1941 Dodge Military Power Wagon “Full Metal Jacket”

Dodge built the Power Wagon from 1945 to 1969 and it is the predecessor of many all-wheel drive trucks today. And it’s an extreme one rustic and purposefuI Driven that we’ve been with 585hp Chevy V8 were allowed to show as a restomod in 2015. And now there is one more.

The vehicle is an example from 1941 nicknamed the ‘Full Metal Jacket’. This puristic variant of a commercial vehicIe was already presented in the Mopar Collectors Guide and in the Hot Rod and Truckin magazines and now we from tuningblog would like to present the truck to you. The truck was built for Prestone, Adam’s Polishes, Pilot Transport and the lubricant manufacturer Amsoil.

The Power Wagon is powered by a 3,9-liter 4BT Cummins turbo diesel engine with a powerful HX35 turbocharger. The engine is coupled to a TH350 automatic transmission and the pickup is on a special chassis with four-link axle and powerful 30-inch shock absorbers.