GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1957 Dodge Power Wagon for consideration. This classic is one that has all of the right parts and pieces for a great car; it just needs a little TLC. This truck is believed to be all original and was purchased by the current owner out of Northern Michigan. The interior and exterior of this Power Wagon are in good shape considering the age of the vehicle. It is powered by an era correct Inline 6 motor that we believe to be original to the car and paired with a manual transmission that shifts well and is showing no issues in each gear. This Power Wagon has all the potential to be a beautiful show piece, an aggressive rat rod, or even just left in original condition. Please call or email us today for more information.
The Dodge Power Wagon is a four wheel drive light truck that was produced in various model series from 1945 to 1981 by Dodge, then as a nameplate for the Dodge Ram from 2005 to 2013, and, most recently, as an individual model marketed by Ram Trucks. It was developed as the WDX truck, and until about 1960 it was internally known by its engineering code T137 – a name still used for the original series by enthusiasts. The original civilian version, commonly called the "flat fender" Power Wagon or FFPW, was mechanically based on Dodge's 3/4-ton WC series of World War II military trucks. The Power Wagon was the first mass-produced 4x4 light truck, and represents a significant predecessor to the many modern four-wheel drive trucks in use today. Updated variants continued in production until 1980.
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