1964 Dodge Power Wagon will surprise from inside

Derived from the Dodge WC series of WWII army trucks, the Power Wagon is a sweetheart of the restomodding scene because it’s fairly simple to modify. This particular example, a 1964 model year W200 from 1963, genuinely stands out because of the sheer number of upgrades.
Supercharged 5.7L HEMI–Powered 1964 Dodge W200 Power Wagon
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Supercharged 5.7L HEMI–Powered 1964 Dodge W200 Power WagonSupercharged 5.7L HEMI–Powered 1964 Dodge W200 Power WagonSupercharged 5.7L HEMI–
Now riding on a 2006 model year Dodge Ram 2500 chassis, the gentle giant started out as an ICON 4×4 project in California. Finished by LaBrecque Autocraft in Connecticut with gray paint and an alligator skin-textured vinyl roof, the Power Wagon flexes steel bumpers and a custom tailgate release.

Lifted three inches and further improved for overlanding shenanigans with Fox shock absorbers and hot-wound coil springs, chassis number 2261321869 makes no excuses about its off-road capability. Two-tone Fuel wheels and 37- by 12.50-inch Nitto Trail Grappler M/T rubber are featured, together with red-painted calipers and cross-drilled/slotted rotors on every corner.

Remember the alligator theme mentioned earlier? The motif carries over the interior, where you’ll find alligator-print inserts on the front bucket seats and rear bench. A locking center console, marine-grade Bluetooth receiver, Scosche audio, power windows, and ice-cold air conditioning also need to be mentioned, along with a column-mounted shifter and a four-spoke Forever Sharp steering wheel mounted on a Flaming River steering column.

The Classic Instruments gauge cluster gives the cabin an old-school vibe although there’s nothing old-school about the six-digit mechanical odometer. Currently showing a little under 3,100 miles (4,989 kilometers), the one-of-a-kind rig takes its mojo from the donor truck’s 5.7-liter HEMI engine.

Fitted with a Magnuson 2.3-liter supercharger and a Bouchillon Performance Engineering control unit mapped by Jannetty Racing Enterprises, the powerplant sings the song of its people through a set of Flowmaster exhaust mufflers. A five-speed automatic transmission and a dual-range transfer case send the goodies to the rear or all four wheels, and both limited-slip differentials are gifted with off-road-oriented final drive ratios of 4.10.

With six days of bidding left on Bring a Trailer, this amazing Power Wagon is sitting on a high bid of $90,000 at the moment of reporting. For reference, a brand-new Ram 1500 TRX retails at $70,425 excluding taxes and extras.