- Dodge power wagon m880
- Red 1960 dodge power giant/wagon four door crew cab(US $15,500.00)
- 2005 quad cab power wagon(US $20,000.00)
- 1967 dodge power waggon wm300(US $50,000.00)
- Original survivor 440 727 auto factory ac, 28k orig miles, orig paint 1970 1971(US $16,500.00)
- 1985 ramcharger royal se150
- 1986 dodge, white, power wagon, ram charger, 4x4, 318 v8, lifted(US $7,995.00)
- 1981 dodge power ram 150 4x4 92526 miles
- 1953 dodge power wagon wm 300(US $4,500.00)
- 1958 dodge power wagon m37 military 4x4(US $6,000.00)
- 1949 dodge power wagon with pto winch and show engine and trans display tough!
- 1975 dodge 4x4 power wagon fire truck!!!!!!
- 1966 66 dodge power wagon powerwagon 4x4 4 wheel drive four by utiline sweptline
- 1960 dodge w100 power wagon cummins powered lifted patina rat rod(US $27,999.99)
- 1949 body on a 1961 4 wheel drive frame.
- 1971 dodge power wagon
- Dodge power wagon power giant w100, restored to original, shortbox, 4x4, truck
- 1968 dodge d200 power wagon 4x4(US $7,800.00)
- 1978 dodge power wagon ram 1500 pickup truck 4x4 short bed
- 1962 dodge power wagon crew cab w200 3/4 ton 4x4: air force and fire truck
- 1963 dodge power wagon m37 military 4x4
- 1949 dodge power wagon woody(US $175,000.00)
- 1 ton dodge power wagon, with mu2 wench, wdx, dodge civilian power wagon(US $12,000.00)
- 1977 dodge power wagon sno commander
- Dodge power wagon ambulance-1958 m43 "ambo"(US $49,995.00)
- 1955 dodge panel van, power wagon, town panel, 4x4, classic, vintage(US $8,900.00)
- 1951 dodge power wagon base 3.8l
- 1948 dodge power wagon 13,600 miles(US $45,000.00)
- 1967 dodge w100 power wagon swb short bed
- 1966 power wagon step side 44,500 original miles!
- 1976 dodge powerwagon, shortbed, 4x4, 360 4speed, mopar
- Dodge powerwagon 1976
- 1952 dodge military power wagon 3/4 ton 4 x 4 cargo truck rat rod hot rod
- 1967 dodge power waggon wm300(US $50,000.00)
- Dodge ram 3500 maxivan 15 passenger wagon van with tow package(US $5,500.00)
- 1967 dodge w200 power wagon crew cab - mojave desert air force truck(US $8,100.00)
- 1978 dodge power wagon w200 big block auto trans 53000 original miles p/s p/b
- 1957 dodge power giant w100 4x4 v8 hot rat rod project power wagon pickup truck
- 1978 dodge ramcharger convertible cummins 5.9 6bt conversion
- 1954 dodge power wagon base 3.8l(US $85,000.00)
- Dodge power wagon m37 military 4x4(US $2,500.00)
- 1979 dodge powerwagon convertible hardtop, 440 - bbl, 4 - spd, many new parts!
- 1958 dodge power wagon m37 military 4x4(US $7,000.00)
- 1946 dodge power wagon(US $78,995.00)
- 1988 dodge ramcharger base sport utility 2-door 5.9l
- 1970 dodge power wagon w200 3/4 ton 4x4 pickup truck: runs great, low miles,plow
- Ramcharger, 360 v-8, auto, removable hard top, 4x4, roll bar, am/fm cd & cb
- Dodge power ram 4x4 1985
- 1978 dodge powerwagon ext cab 4x4 shortbox rare, 38500 actual miles!!!
- 1984 dodge ramcharger 360 v8 engine runs and drives great very good body
- 1985 dodge power ram 250 19k original miles, one owner , original title
- 1986 dodge ramcharger 52k original miles!
- 1979 dodge power wagon 4 wheel drive
- 1952 dodge m37 power wagon base 3.8l
- 1958 dodge power wagon/van pelt open cab brush truck fire engine
- 2001 dodge ram 3500 van **49k miles** braun handicap wheelchair lift ~ high-top(US $11,865.00)
- 1958 dodge power wagon m37 military 4x4(US $7,500.00)
- 1970 dodge w300 power wagon utility body
- 1967 dodge w200 power wagon crew cab utiline- ex air force truck clean title(US $7,600.00)
- 1978 dodge w200 crewcab pickup
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About Dodge Power Wagonhe Dodge Power Wagon was a four wheel drive light truck produced from 1945 through 1980. This early version was based on a military truck, the Dodge M37 and is a predecessor to the many four wheel drive trucks in use today. The Dodge Power Wagon was introduced in 1946. It was originally meant to compete with Ford/Marmon-Herrington 4×4 military trucks such as the Brushbreaker, as well as Military GMC truck applications, but it was the first to be offered directly to the civilian population. It was based on the 3/4-ton army truck's chassis with a civilian cab and a purpose designed 8-foot cargo box. It had a 126 inch (3,200 mm) wheelbase chassis and featured the 230 cubic-inch flat head six engine, a two-speed transfer case, a 4-speed manual transmission with a power take off opening which would send power to the front and back of the truck for operating auxiliary equipment and 9.00/16-8 ply tires on 16×6.50 inch 5-stud wheels. In 1961 the 230 was replaced with the 251 cubic-inch flat head six. The nominal one-ton rated Power Wagon's gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) was 8,700 pounds. Its maximum payload was 3,000 pounds. Big-block 383 V8 engines became an option starting in 1967. From 1961 to 1971 the body was called the "sweptline," then transitioned to a more modern body image from 1972 through 1980 with varied grilles and paint schemes. In 1975 the 4-wheel drive became full-time with a 2-speed transfer case; this was changed back to part-time 4-wheel drive in 1980 due to the energy crisis. A huge boost in sales followed the 1974 release of the extended "Club Cab," popular with families and camper towing. The 4-door Crew Cab was far less common and is quite desirable to collectors for restoration. Utility and function was unmatched by few competing models, as the towing, payload, and snow plowing capacity of the Power Wagon equipped with "Dana 60" 8-lug axles was very popular with municipal and regional road crews. The Power Wagon was sold through the 1980 model year. A number of engineering and styling improvements were made over the years, but the basic package remained surprisingly constant throughout its life and underwent one last major body change in 1972.
Auto blogWed, 20 Aug 2014 19:00:00 EST
No one wants to have their car stolen, but a new study by the National Insurance Crime Bureau has some bad news for older Honda owners and pickup drivers. Fortunately, it has better news for drivers overall. The group is reporting that according to preliminary data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, thefts were down 3.2 percent in 2013 (versus 2012) to fewer than 700,000 cars. That's the lowest figure since 1967. That's also less than half of the peak of over 1.66 million thefts in 1991. "The drop in thefts is good news for all of us," says NICB President and CEO Joe Wehrle. "But it still amounts to a vehicle being stolen every 45 seconds and losses of over $4 billion a year."
Honda drivers might not find it such good news with older Accord and Civic models topping this year's theft study. Toyota and Dodge can't really celebrate, either, with two models each on the list, as well. Overall, this year's list was split evenly between foreign and domestic models, which were mostly pickups.
The 10 most likely vehicles to be stolen in 2013 were:
The Viper wouldn't be the Viper if it wasn't the most powerful model under the Chrysler umbrella. But with the arrival of the Hellcat engine in the Dodge Charger and Challenger, the Viper has fallen behind in the bragging rights department: where the new supercharged V8 produces 707 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque, the naturally aspirated V10 offers "only" 640 hp and 600 lb-ft - gargantuan output figures by almost any other standard, but crucially behind on the SRT power scale. Conner Avenue is going to have to do something about that.
Although the Hellcat's engine reportedly won't fit under the Viper's hood, SRT is now rumored to have another trick up its sleeve: supercharge the existing V10. According to the Pentastar performance enthusiasts at allpar.com, Chrysler has already taken delivery of the first such prototype engines so that it can begin the process of fitting it into an upgraded Viper.
The spooled ten-pot is tipped to produce around 800 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque. More than that and the Viper's drivetrain, chassis and bodywork would have to be substantially reworked. Though beefier transmissions are available, fitting them would reportedly set off a domino-game of changes required to handle the added torque. Which may be something Chrysler would be prepared to do for the next-generation model, but in the meantime, 800 hp could prove enough to put the Viper back atop the Mopar performance ladder where it belongs, and give it an edge against the new Corvette Z06 to rekindle sales.
Sat, 16 Aug 2014 12:01:00 EST
We were definitely rock stars at the 20th edition of the Dream Cruise.
The yell came from somewhere in the crowd: "Hey Hellcat, push it!" We obliged with a jab of the throttle, and the 707 horses of the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat roared to life. It went on like this. All weekend. It's one thing to attend the Woodward Dream Cruise, it's quite another to star in it.
If you're an enthusiast, and you don't know that Dodge spawned another Hellcat this week, you really must have been living in cave. The 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is probably the biggest news for enthusiasts since the reveal of, well the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.
But, there are some things you might not know or might have missed about the new Charger and Challenger Hellcats. For starters, reports that the Hellcat production would be limited to a low volume are not true.
"We have not capped the Hellcat on either the Challenger or the Charger," Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis said.
NASCAR's Nationwide Series may have switched (in appearance anyway) to muscle cars, but American racing fans know that if they want to see real muscle cars on the street circuits, the only place to look is Trans Am. The all-American racing series is packed with Mustangs, Camaros and even Corvettes. The one thing it's been missing is the Dodge Challenger, but now SRT Motorsports has announced it's bringing its muscle car back where it belongs.
Rather than waiting until next year, the Miller Racing team is switching mid-season to the new Dodge Challenger SRT Trans Am racer you see here, just in time for this weekend's race at Mid-Ohio. And not just that - it's lined up a compelling pair of drivers to pilot it, as well.
The No. 11 car will be driven by Trans Am legend Tommy Kendall, a four-time series champion who's been off the grid since 2004. Backing him up in the No. 1 Challenger will be none other than Cameron Lawrence, the driver who has won five out of six races in the Chevy Camaro so far this season, losing out only once to American racing scion Adam Andretti.
Wed, 13 Aug 2014 15:33:00 EST
"This is a car that most brands would never bring to market." - Tim Kuniskis
Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis had reason to be confident, perhaps even a bit cocky at the reveal of his brand's newest halo car, the 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat. As he said simply, it's the "quickest, fastest and most powerful sedan in the world."
Earlier today, Dodge pulled the wraps off its 2015 Charger SRT Hellcat - a 707-horsepower sedan capable of sprinting to 60 miles per hour in 3.7 seconds and reaching a top speed of 204 mph. Naturally, the car debuted in a bright shade of pull-me-over red, so it was fitting, then, that Dodge also brought its newly updated 2015 Charger Pursuit to keep everything under control.
No, cops won't be able to spec their Charger cruisers with the 707-hp Hellcat engine (oh man, imagine the chase scenes...), but law enforcement officials will be able to choose from either a 3.6-liter V6 or 5.7-liter Hemi V8, producing 292 hp and 370 hp, respectively. V8 models can be ordered with all-wheel drive, and Dodge estimates that with either engine, the Charger Pursuit can achieve up to 26 miles per gallon on the highway (thanks to the V8's four-cylinder mode).
Other updates for 2015 include improved braking power, a seven-inch display in the instrument cluster, a five-inch display in the center stack, and a new vehicle systems interface that could make it easier for police squads to install computer and radio equipment.
Almost immediately after we drove the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, we began wondering: what's next? Pumping 707 horsepower into the Challenger seemed so crazy - and so intoxicating - we just assumed that Dodge would try that trick again.
Rumors swirled about a Charger Hellcat. Frankly it makes even more sense than the Challenger version. The Charger is a bigger car, and Dodge has never been shy about dropping monster engines under its hood. Hell (cat), we've seen Charger mules running around town that appeared to be the super sedan.
And finally, it's here. The 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat was revealed today at a preview event near Detroit, and it will be a centerpiece of the Chrysler display this weekend at the Woodward Dream Cruise.
The Dodge Durango is getting a meaner, more aggressive look as it becomes the latest model from the brand to wear the Blacktop Appearance Package. The upgrades are strictly cosmetic, but they lend the SUV a more assertive demeanor that some buyers like.
Available on the SXT, Limited and R/T (shown above) models, all Blacktop Durangos get black 20-inch wheels, dual exhaust, bod- color fascia and gloss black trim. The grille surround, air dam, mirrors and headlight surrounds all get the inky treatment, as well. The improvements add $1,590 to the cost of the SXT. They come to $1,990 on the Limited but also include HID headlights with LED running lights and a leather interior. Finally, R/T buyers only need to pay $295 for the upgrades. The Blacktop Durango hits showrooms this October.
If you're already in the market for a Durango but want a dash more style with no added performance, the Blacktop might not be a bad way to go. It certainly gives the SUV a bit more edge than it has in stock form. Scroll down to read the full release.
Okay speed freaks, it's time to update your cheat sheet of police headlights, as Dodge has just unveiled the new 2015 Charger sedan's police variant, the Pursuit.
Like previous Charger Pursuits, the 2015 model is based on a modified version of the civilian sedan, featuring the same basic batch of mechanicals and sheetmetal, while adding a number of items specific to the five-oh.
For 2015, cops can select from the same 3.6-ltier V6 and 5.7-liter Hemi V8 available to the civilian population, with former turning out 292 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque and the latter packing 370 ponies and 390 lb-ft. Even loaded down with equipment, Dodge claims the Hemi-powered cop car can hit 60 miles per hour in under six seconds, while both engines are expected return 26 miles per gallon on the highway (thanks to the V8's four-cylinder mode). Rear-wheel drive is standard with both engines, while V8 Pursuits can be fitted with all-wheel drive.