1964 Dodge Power Wagon 300

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

318 CI LA V-8  5.2L


Standard Transmission


4 Wheel Drive


Aftermarket Air Conditioning


Smitty Built X2O Winch

 

We are proud to present this really great 1964 Dodge Power Wagon. This is the more rare W300 1 ton model. You will find 1/2 ton and 1/4 ton models out there, but not a lot of W300s.   This power wagon is even more rare because it was used for a special purpose. It spent it's life at the Boeing Aircraft Arnprior facility in Ottawa, Canada. It was a fire truck used exclusively for Helicopter support. It was on standby whenever a helicopter took off or landed. It was never registered for the road until it finally left Boeing's facility.    

The current owner did add updated A/C to the truck since he moved it to Texas.    The PW was well used on the Boeing facility for years and shows a little wear, but the mileage is said to be actual since the truck never left the property.   The original gas cap is on the truck, but there is a locking cap as well.    This great old Dodge has never been restored. It did have a new paint job on the cab, but that is all.    The original 318ci V-8 runs great. This truck doesn't smoke and runs smooth and shifts as it should.   Considering the truck is unrestored, the undercarriage is really in great shape.    You can see that there is some surface rust but that's it. Considering this truck spent almost it's entire life in Canada, it's in great shape.    There are 2 flaws on the truck. This one dent and scratch and the area in the next picture that shows there was something on the top of the fender that was removed after the truck was painted.   

There are 2 flaws on the truck. This one dent and scratch and the area in the next picture that shows there was something on the top of the fender that was removed after the truck was painted.   This is one of Dave's favorite trucks. Since we were in the trucking business for 27 years, it's the closest thing he's had in inventory to drive since the Kenworths we drove for years.