1947 Dodge Power Wagon Crew Cab, mounted on a 2004 Dodge Ram 2500 pickup.
We did the change over mods for a customer, and he has really gotten older and changed interest. We started this project a few years ago, and acquired a wrecked Dodge Ram 2500 for sale, and bought it at the time for a conversion to what you are looking at now. He bought the body, and his request was to mount this body on this truck, and keep it all under the hood, and as original as possible, and also make it able to run down the road at 90 mph and have stereo, and air conditioning, and all the amenities.
So we went to work, and while I won't say it was easy to get to where we are, but here it is to this stage, and I would love to finish and see the finished product. But as life goes you don't always get what you want in life.
The bed is almost complete and painted, cab needs to finish body and sanding and prep work to paint.
I have installed 2 AC units; enough to freeze you out of the truck, and piped in on the roof with vents.
It has a 2 den stereo CD player partially mounted in dash.
I have all the gauges and parts, mostly to finish AC units and hook up all electrical.all hoses are run to AC and compressor and condenser.
Both front seats are done in distressed leather, and the material and hides are here for rear folding rear seat.
Duct work for air is in to ceiling, electric wipers, and electric windows are in and hooked up
Needs lights and wiring re-hooked and painted, and body work to finish. Check out the pictures.
The owner probably has over $100,000 invested in the Power Wagon, and will take $50,000.
If interested call Jimmy Neese 770-364-8875