1977 Dodge Power Wagon
This is a 1977 Dodge Power Wagon W200 pickup. It is 318 2bbl Automatic and is a 3/4 ton truck. Please read all of the description and see the included video as well and check out all the pictures. This truck is not perfect and is need of a good restoration but is a very good start and these trucks are getting harder to find in decent condition. The truck was recently sold by our local Sheriffs Dept. It had been their winter time transportation since about 1997. They only put about 7,000 miles on it in 20 years. I was told the 38000 miles are original but I CANNOT confirm that just what I was told. The truck starts, drives and stops but the brakes all need gone though. Most of the break lines have just been replaced but 2 of the bleeders I could not get free to bleed them without pulling off the calipers and putting some more effort into it. SO 2 corners have been bled and 2 have not. The truck is very scaly underneath but I not see any rot through on the frame or anything concerning. It will need the brakes gone through all around, shocks are rusty and the exhaust is gone from muffler back. The floor boards need patch, there is a large hole on drivers side cover with sheet metal. The 4x4 works as does the heater, and wipers. Not sure about the gas gauge I only put in a cpl gallons of gas to do some driving around. The truck has a plastic gas tank so it should be in good shape. I'm not positive but I think it has a later model bed on it. Engine fires right up but could use some valve cover gaskets. Again please see the video of me doing a walk around for a better description. Not sure why it sounds so bad running in the video but it doesn't sound that bad in person. It's a little noisy but the video makes it sound like a rod knocking or something and it does not.The truck will need to be trailered. I will require a 200 NON REFUNDABLE deposit within 48 hours of auction close and the remainder due in cash when picked up. Other arrangements can be made if your having a shipper pick it up funds will have to be cleared in advance of the truck leaving here.