HOT ROD RAT ROD SHOW CAR RESTO MOD HEMI 32 FORD GRILL ((HAND BUILT)) STEEL
- Make: Dodge
- Model: Power Wagon
- SubModel: HOT ROD RAT ROD SHOW CAR BLOWN HEMI
- Type: 2 DOOR
- Trim: COUPE
- Year: 1940
- Mileage: 100
- VIN: 0000000000000
- Color: DARK RED
- Engine size: HEMI
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: REAR
- Interior color: BLACK
- Options: Leather Seats
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1940 Dodge Power Wagon HOT ROD RAT ROD SHOW CAR BLOWN HEMIDodge : Other Pickups ONE OF THE BEST IN THE WORLD 1940 DODGE PICKUP TRUCK HAS BEEN TRANSFORMED INTO A "STREET LEGAL" WORK OF ART! Become The Owner of This Infamous Pickup TruckA True Hot Rod Style Professional Garage BuildFeatured in Truckin Magazine January 2014 (Below)Comes With Professionally Made Photo Build AlbumENGINEType: 1951 331ci V-8 - Puts Out Over700HPHeads: Ported & PolishedCam: Isky RacingInduction: Dyer 6V71 Supercharged Triple Carbs w/ Velocity StacksExhaust: MCW Customs 21/2-Inch Straight PipesIgnition: Magento Distributor MSD Plug Wires Relocated Braille BatteryBuilt By: Eddie "HEMI" Haynes Daytona Beach FL.DRIVETRAINTransmision: Chevy Three-Speed manual w/ Straight-Cut Gears Hydraulic Throw-out bearing Shortened DriveshaftRearend: Jaguar Quick-Change Differential with 3.73 GearsCHASSISFront Suspension: MCW Customs one-off 3x4 inch steel tube chassis 5-inch lowered I-beam front axle Slam Specialties 'bags Carrera shocksRear Suspension: MCW Customs one-off 3x4 inch steel tube chassis MCW Customs four-link Slam Specialties 'bagsBrakes: Wilwood 4 wheel single-piston discWHEELS & TIRESWheels: Radir 18-Inch spindle-mount front Boyd Coddington 15x8 RearTires: Firestone 3.60x18 front Hurst 30x8x15 slicks rearINTERIORChopped 8" and Sectioned Cab 3" Redesigned Firewall and Split Windshield Custom Fabricated Components Aluminum Dashboard Piston Shifter Billet PedalsTRUCK BEDThe Bobbed Truck Bed Houses A 15 Gallon Stainless Steel gas Tank Custom Four Link Suspension Inboard Disc Brakes and a Jaguar Quick Change Rearend.One Of The Baddest Hot Rod Trucks On The Planet!
Just Under 10000 Hours to Build
Over $80000 In Reciepts
Over $22000 for Truck Alone
TOTAL of $680000 to duplicate!!!
You Do The Math! An Absolute No Brainer!!*See Videos Below For Start Up And Walk AroundHot Rod Is Located in Miami Florida 33156Can Be Shipped Worldwide
Serious Buyers Please Call me @ 305-772-8635 Peter
It all began in true hot-rodding fashion with a rusty hull of this classic Dodge arriving on a flatbed. At his shop MCW Customs Miller created a one-off fabricated chassis from 3x4-inch tube steel which he then reinforced and cross-drilled for added style. Z’d front and rear framerails drop the truck’s midsection considerably and a 6-inch body drop sets the rockers firmly against the asphalt. The front suspension consists of a 5-inch lowered I-beam setup with Slam Specialties ’bags and Carrera shocks. Out back a custom four-link was created using classic Jaguar components and more Slam Specialties ’bags. Two sets of wheels were selected for a vintage dragster-style look -- 18-inch Radir spindle-mounts up front and 15x8 Boyd Coddingtons in the rear.
With a stance imposing enough for any Mafioso it was time for a powerplant of near-absurd proportions. First a 1942 331ci V-8 block was sourced and fit with ported and polished heads and a thunderous Isky Racing cam. Stacked on top of the already hefty motor are an enormous Dyer’s 6V71 roots blower and triple carburetors. With the chrome velocity stacks exceeding the height of the cab it’s safe to say this Dodge makes a serious statement. After fabricating a pair of custom straight-pipes the engine was paired with a built Chevy three-speed transmission. This all spins a custom driveshaft and Jaguar quick-change rearend with 3.73 gears. Miller has yet to get a final horsepower figure for the build but we’re sure it’s more than enough to propel the 2900-pound hot rod to terrifying speeds.
Next on the itinerary were paint body and interior refinements. The Dodge’s cab was chopped eight inches and sectioned three more then fit with a redesigned firewall and split windshield. A heavily customized bobbed bed was installed out back and the grille headlights taillights and door handles from a classic Ford were installed. MCW Customs then sprayed the truck in PPG Root Beer metallic leaving the firewall white with pinstriped accents. The interior features aluminum bucket seats a dragster steering wheel a custom piston shifter and a paint-matched air tank on the transmission tunnel.
With plenty of over-the-top one-off modifications and a truly mean appearance we’re confident any respectable mobster would approve of this blown Dodge. Best of all it was a true hot-rod–style garage build with all work done in-house with basic tools at MCW Customs.
Cruising the streets of Miami this slammed Dodge exudes attitude. The massive polished supercharger and custom straight-pipes only add to the aggression.