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Old 06-20-2007, 10:31 PM
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Question Is it wrong to want a Dodge Power Wagon?

I have a '55 F250 and a '79 F150 4x4 and think that they're the best vehicles that I've ever owned but lately I've had a strange desire to add an old Dodge Flat Fender Power wagon to the fleet. Is that just plain wrong or what?
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Heck I would have one of those if I had room for it, Thats a tough freakin truck man. The 2000 whatever year Powerwagon is a geeky thing.
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Well... Room is an issue that I'm sure Mrs P will bring up if I ever find a vintage PW but she'd better not say that either the truck goes or she goes.
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An old Dodge Powerwagon is one tough truck. Drop in a 440 and some tall tires and you have a bullet proff mud truck. Ford and Dodge-Good. Chevrolet-Not good.
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