1941 Dodge Power Wagon

A Rare 1941 Dodge Power Wagon Is Up For Grabs

Though it was originally designed to serve as a military vehicle, the 1941 Dodge Power Wagon set the standard for the modern pick-up truck.

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Show off your love of automotive and military history with a ride affectionately nicknamed ‘Full Metal Jacket’ after the Stanley Kubrick classic. You may recognize this 1941 Dodge Power Wagon from the likes of Mopar Collector’s Guide, Prestone, or Hot Rod Magazine. From the 3.9-liter 4BT Cummins turbocharged diesel engine to the 20-inch 10-spoke wheels fit with Maxtrek MudTrac tires, this vehicle demands attention. The bed is custom-made, using a genuine Brazilian hardwood that contrasts beautifully with the handcrafted nickel accents. Thanks to Weaver Customs’ diligent maintenance of this vintage military vehicle, the Dodge Power Wagon retains its original body which became the archetype for the modern pick-up truck.

Inside, premium leather upholstery awaits riders. Apropos for its military pedigree, the wagon comes complete with two handgun boxes on the floor. Dakota Digital gauges provide a warm orange glow while the moonlight glistens off the immaculate paint job and chrome accents. The full light bar with LED lights blasts through any murkiness. This gray and black behemoth is a sight to see, set to hit the Mecum auction block in the first week of June.