Legacy Power Wagon Conversion is three tons of vintage American iron
There’s a soft spot in our hearts for well-done resuscitation of vintage off-road iron. Perhaps the most notable company performing such restomod work is Icon 4×4, but the Californian outfit isn’t the only company turning its attention to the down-and-dirty side of the vintage scene.
Legacy Classic Trucks in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is using the 2012 SEMA Show to display the Legacy Power Wagon. As its name implies, the truck started life many, many years ago as a Dodge Power Wagon (built between 1945 and 1980 – not to be confused with the current version), itself based on an older military design. In stock form, the Power Wagon was much loved for its stalwart ability to carry people and products over just about any terrain.
In the form you see above, the massively capable Power Wagon looks beefy enough to pull a freight train uphill through a snow storm… or something like that. As seen above, the Legacy Power Wagon would set back its buyer some $180,000. In base configuration, the truck runs $114,950. That’s a huge sum, no doubt, but we’re sure a few well-heeled buyers won’t mind.
If nothing else, the Legacy Power Wagon Conversion is equipped with top-shelf componentry. The buyer can choose from either a 426-cubic-inch V8 with 425 horsepower from the Mopar parts book or a 3.9-liter Cummins turbo diesel four cylinder mill pounding out 480 pound-feet of torque. A range of transmission options are available, up to the stout Allison unit of the show truck.
All the specifications and options can be seen here, and we invite you to gaze at our high-res image gallery above.
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