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If you want a Power Wagon like that there's an outfit near Jackson Hole that will build one for you. Depending on options it will only set you back from $190,000 to the mid two hundred thousands. They do beautiful work.
The worn tires on the pristine truck are an excellent touch.
Looks too prissy, all clean and polished like that. Let me get some mud and tree bark on it for ya!
I could live in that.What year is it, 40's?
Post war, 1945 thru the '60s with that particular body style, I believe. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dodge_Power_WagonI always called them civilian off-road Power Wagons. There were quite a few of them in my Podunk Sierra county back in the '60s and '70s, including one used by the rural mail carrier in the winter.
Re: Worn tires comment above. Look a little closer. You can still see the molding seam on the military NDCC tires. Brand spanking new; only done from the shop to the showroom.
I see that now, thanks.Damn. Another of my insightful observations dashed to bits!
The nearby presence of the fire extinguisher is ... disturbing.
The Legacy Power Wagon builds are spectacular, but they're prohibitively expensive.