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1963 Dodge Power Wagon born and raised in Spokane Washington. Well maintained and in very good condition. The frame is free of rust and the body only has some surface rust in a few places.
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1960s work horse with a Brazilian miles under her belt and pushing a 10 ft. Plow. Let's see new trucks last that long.
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1963 Town Wagon Power Wagon In 1961, Dodge was still selling Power Wagon trucks that were much like those manufactured in 1946. These trucks were the WM-300 vehicles, and they were sold right alongside Sweptline, Town Panel, and Town Wagon Power Wagons. Town Panel\Wagon vehicles were manufactured until 1966 while the WM-300's were discontinued ...
Dodge Power Wagon for Sale. Save Search My Favorites (0) New Search. Search Filters. Make Dodge (20) Seller Type Private Seller (4) ... 63. 1. Concord, NC . This truck is an intoxicating mix of vintage with just the right upgrades. So it's hard not to enjoy this well-presented 1956 Dodge...
Dodge Power Wagon engines The 94 hp, 230-cu.in. flathead-6 powered truck was never going to win any speed contests, but for the towns, fire companies, ranchers, farmers, and others who ordered them, speed was never the issue (in any case, it was more powerful than many of the alternatives).