Few trucks embody the ruggedness and integrity of classic Americana better than the Dodge Power Wagon. And few conversions we’ve seen update the vintage workhorse better than the Legacy Power Wagon.
While I’m not too sold on the “the toughest truck money can buy” billing (I’ll probably wager on the Jeep Mighty FC in a head to head), the conversion does make the old reliable look like a brand new beast. Not only does it feel up to modern standards in looks, it should perform as capably as any truck you meet on the way to the State Fair, too.
Every nut and bolt of each Legacy Power Wagon is restored to original aesthetics to satiate even the hardcore purists before any modern upgrades and customizations are added (according to your specs, of course). Both two-door and four-door versions of the 60-year old legend are available, each one receiving at least 1,000 manhours of attention (complete stage 3 restoration) before even hitting the showroom.
Pre-built units are available, featuring a new engine (either a 425hp V8 or a 3.9-liter Cummins Turbo Diesel), an Atlas transfer case, Dynatract rear and Dana front axles, four-wheel disc brakes, power steering and a whole lot of upgrades to bring its automotive tech into the 21st century. The cabin gets modern interiors, A/C, leather seats, and a custom dashboard. Oh yeah, each one also gets a 16,500-pound winch for your hauling pleasures. And if you’re not quite enthused with stock units, you can have one made to order that will be tailored according to your specific requirements.
Pricing for the Legacy Power Wagon starts at $119,950.