1946(?) Dodge Power Wagon (junk yard beauty)

Price: - Item location: Haymarket, Virginia, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Power Wagon
  • Type: Cab & Chassis
  • Year: 1946
  • Mileage: 9,999,999
  • VIN: ?????????????
  • Color: Lots of them
  • Engine size: inline 6
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive
  • Vehicle Title: Salvage
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Description:

1946 Dodge Power Wagon

1946 (maybe) Dodge Power Wagon. Bought as a parts truck and then never needed the parts. Runs but needs a 6v battery (the one in it died). The frame is rotten through and has been braced (probably 20 years ago). Was being used as a wrecker truck at the junk yard I got it from, I scrapped the wrecker part and put in a sheet of plywood to use a the bed floor, ran it around my yard for a few years till the battery went bad. No rear brakes (fronts do work), no title, lights do not work, no windshield wipers, only two pieces of glass left in it (one of them is cracked). Would be a super cool body to throw on a different frame and do a rat rod thing or just run it as is. I can take more photos upon request. Tires do hold air and the Heineken Keg can strapped to the radiator doubles as the gas tank.

On Jun-22-18 at 09:12:41 PDT, seller added the following information:

I have added some more photos based on some questions I have been asked and some more detail below.
Tires- I don't know the exact size but if I recall the wheels are 20", but have three have been modified to fit the bolt pattern (it seems that is what they were doing), so they are not real "road worthy"...but then again not much of the truck is.
PTO- yes it does have a working PTO that comes off the transfer case but I have no shafts or attachments.
As far as pickup, I live in Haymarket, VA. It is on top of a mountain and there are some switch backs to get up here but should not be an issue if you can drive a trailer but a roll back truck would be the easiest. All depends on skill and size of trailer... I have done it several times.
Thanks!