Power Wagon Prices


Original Power Wagon Prices
Year Price
1946 $1,627
1947 $1,764
1948 $2,045
1949 $2,045
1950 $2,045
1951 $2,170
1952 $2,353
1953 $2,307
1954 $2,307
1955 $2,449
1956 $2,449
1957 $2,636
1958 $2,850
1959 $3,197
1960 $3,239
1961 $3,515
1962 $3,515
1963 $3,531
1964 $3,531
1965 $3,555
1966 $3,587
1967 $4,295
1968 $4,634

1968 Standard and optional equipment
 Standard equipment for the pickup with the utiline bed included:

  • 251 ci engine
  • 6.50 in. five stud Budd wheels
  • 9.00x16 eight ply, tube type, all service tires
  • 3,750 lb. capacity front axle with 5.83:1 ratio
  • 6500 lb capacity rear axle with 5.83:1 ratio
  • 1,600 lb. capacity front springs
  • 3,000 lb. capacity rear springs
  • Front heavy duty shock absorbers
  • NP420 four-speed transmission
  • One-quart oil bath air cleaner
  • Alternator
  • 60 amp battery
  • Positive crankcase vent system
  • 11 in. clutch
  • Turn signals
  • Velocity type engine governor
  • Replaceable element oil filter
  • Two seatbelts
  • Windshield washer
  • Exterior rear view mirror
  • Back-up lights
  • Traffic hazard warning switch
  • Padded instrument panel
  • Padded dual sun visors
  • Recirculating heater with defroster  

Extra-cost optional equipment included 10 in. vacuum brake booster; 46 amp alternator $20.15; 60 amp alternator, $27.90; 70 amp battery, $7.30; additional seatbelt, $8.60; Warn manual locking hubs, $73.70; hydraulic jack, $13.20; interior rear view mirror, $2.60; long arm exterior rear view mirror, left side, $2.70; right side, $9.60; power takeoff $138.20; combined fuel and vacuum pump, $9.90; radiator overflow tank, $29; rear hydraulic shock absorbers, $25; pintle hook, $26.40; front tow hooks, $25; undercoating, $11.90; winch with power takeoff and driveshaft, $387.50.


October 31, 2005