800 Derita Road, Ste. A
No matter if you have a large trek to the hunting camp or just need the coolest parade vehicle, this 1953 Dodge M-37 Power Wagon is exactly the 4x4 you've been looking for.
One look at the camo-like green exterior, and we know your imagination is dreaming about the places you can go and the projects you can tackle. Owning a military-grade machine like this is about reaching beyond any limit you could ever imagine. That's why there's a strong winch up front, full metal brush guard, and tow hooks front & rear. It's even thoughtful in its functional layout with a bed-mounted spare, storage boxes built into the sides, and hooks & racks for your tools. So wherever you go, you get to haul all your gear, too.
The interior is rugged, versatile, and provides you with pure function. It has been updated for proper use with turn signals, updated headlight controls, and proper keyed ignition. It's not slick like a hot rod, and it's darn proud of it! This is a tough as nails machine that is built to be reliable, and that's why you want it. The one major luxury is the new removable soft top. These can be pricey, and it's nice to have the option of keeping the sunshine off your shoulders.
Under the hood is more of that military-grade toughness. The flat head inline-six motor has been in production for decades. These motors date back to the time when these Dodges helped win WWII, but this one has had plenty of recent investments. A new carburetor, correct-style intake, and exhaust were all added within the last few months. This even has an electric fuel pump and runs a proper 12-volt system. So this motor is still just as strong as battle-tested soldier. It provides genuine stump-pulling torque so this could be a true workhorse on your land, or the four-speed manual and 4x4 transfer case might just make for the ultimate recreational vehicle. There's even a new master cylinder, brake shoes, and brake cylinders for confident stopping power.
A Power Wagon like this is so cool and versatile. And when it's this affordable, most of us just want to take it home and then figure out all the new projects and activities that this capable classic can tackle. Call now!
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