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Real Big Boys Toy: Dodge Power Wagon Restomod

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Jay Leno’s Garage is probably the most appropriate place for you to meet one of the coolest automotive creations, possibly ever. Jay, as everybody knows, is a big boy who’s very fond of big toys, and this 1942 Dodge Power Wagon Restomod is the very definition of a big boys toy!

Built by Legacy Classic Trucks, this Dodge Power Wagon Restomod is transformed from a derelict 40s troop carrier into a super cool 6×6 truck that not only looks great, it is also hugely capable thanks to some high-end engineering and expensive parts.

Boasting a base price of around 200 grand and available in four- and six-wheel-drive editions, Legacy’s Dodge Power Wagon Restomod models can be had one of two engines including a 426 Legacy Magnum V8 or a 3.9 Liter Cummins Turbo-Diesel. You can choose between automatic or manual transmission and wheel sizes from 16 to 20 inch.

The main highlights of the conversion kit includes the following:

  • Complete Stage III Restoration
  • Rotisserie Paint w/Lifetime Warranty
  • Modern Interior
  • Leather Captain’s CHairs
  • Modern 3-Point Seatbelts
  • 10 Gauge Instrument Cluster
  • Air Conditioning
  • Custom Dash and Control Panel
  • Dynatrac Pro 80 Rear Axle
  • Dana 60 Front Axle
  • 4-Wheel Disk Brakes
  • Power Steering
  • Long Travel Suspension w/Bilstein Shocks
  • Front and Rear Locking DIfferentials
  • Atlas Transfercase w/3.8:1 Low Range
  • 16,500 lbs Winch


  • Retractable Side Steps
  • 5th Wheel Gooseneck
  • Integral Rollcage
  • Portal Axles
  • Supercharging
  • Long Range Fuel Tanks
  • Rear Winches
  • Commonrail Diesel Engines
  • Allison Transmissions
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