1952 Dodge Power Wagon $35,000 [KS]

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Posted by Power Wagon Classified Ads [] on Sunday, May 05, 2024 at 12:41:39 :

1952 Power Wagon

This Power Wagon has been mechanically restored to working order. I can provide videos. There is very little rust on the body so it is an excellent candidate for full restoration. It would be ideal for a collector. It�s odometer reads 51,809. The original engine is a 230 cubic inch straight 6 flathead. The VIN is 83925550. It is stored on a farm north of Newton, Kansas.

Price: $35,000.

Contact Pete Ferrell 316-259-4773
Detailed list of all repairs:

Installed starter
Installed new condenser and Plug wires
Installed new thermostat and gasket
Installed new water pump, radiator hoses, heater hoses L/F freeze plug.
Rebuild Carb. Had to order a new kit since one provided was incorrect.
Installed generator
Installed new fuel pump
Installed new fuel line from pump to carb
Installed new fuel line from pump to tank
Remove cylinder head and intake/exhaust to grind the valves. Replaced all of the intake valves and had the cylinder head machined.
Removed and replaced both battery cables
Bent and installed brakes lines
Installed new brake hoses
Installed new wheel cylinders and remanufactured brake shoes
Installed new master cylinder
Cleaned, reinstalled hubs on drums and machined
Replaced worn bearings on right front hub
Repacked wheel bearings and installed drum/hubs on all four wheels with new seals and gaskets.
Bleed brake lines
Dismounted all wheels found 4 of 5 to be rusted beyond safe use.
Repaired wires, installed new bulbs and installed headlight assemblies
Drained and replaced fluid in the front axle, rear axle, transmission and transfer case.
Removed rear driveshaft to replace oil seal on the back of the transfer case.
Replace rear u-joints
Replace u-joints on driveshaft between transmission and transfer case
Had 4 used and one original wheels powder coated
Installed new tires, tubes and flaps
Installed new muffler
Installed new rear tail lights and brackets.
Installed new stainless steel fuel tank and filler neck.
Blast and paint windshield frame. Install glass and weather strip
Blast and paint side windows, install glass, install weather strips
Removed window regulators to clean and lube
Install new inside/outside door handles and window crank handles.
Install new tail pipe and brackets/clamps.
Change engine oil and filter
Topped off oil in pto winch. Found to be leaking severely. Will need to be removed and resealed
Replaced broken speedometer cable.
Found speedometer to be seized. Removed, freed up and lubricated.
Installed new rear glass.
Removed damaged left front door latch � welded on latch to repair, but still should be replaced � not available at this time
Installed new wiring harness, ignition switch, interior light switch and switch knobs
Installed new rear-view mirror
Removed heater to clean, repair and rewire. Reinstalled
Tested amp gauge and fuel gauge. Both need replaced, but not available at this time.
Tested generator and voltage regulator. Charges to about 25 amps.
Made bracket to install horn on engine.
Installed new inside door handle - drivers side
Right cowl light needs replaced - back ordered from VPW
Replaced wiring to spot light and installed fuse - works correctly
Install customer supplied spark plugs, coil, cap, and points.

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