1979 Dodge W200 Power Wagon 4x4
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1979 Dodge W200 Power Wagon 4x4 Walk-Around
1979 Dodge W200 Power Wagon 4x4 Engine Idle
1979 Dodge W200 Power Wagon 4x4 Exhaust Idle
1979 Dodge W200 Power Wagon 4x4 Interior
1979 Dodge Power Wagon W200 Sweptline Box Engine Running
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The Power Wagon name first appeared in 1945 to describe a civilian line of 4x4 medium-duty pickups based on Dodge's 3/4-ton WC series of World War II military trucks. These rugged, “military-type” pickup trucks remained largely unchanged through 1956, when in 1957, Dodge introduced new light-duty W100 and W200 series Power Wagon pickups. Initially powered by the original 251 cu-in Flathead inline-six, a much more efficient 225 cu-in overhead-valve slant-six appeared in 1963, followed by an optional big-block 383 cu-in V8 from 1967. In 1972, the “Sweptline” body style of the 1960s was exchanged for more modern styling that continued with various grilles and paint schemes through the end of Power Wagon production in 1980. Today, this rarely-seen pickup is considered highly collectible by Dodge enthusiasts for its robust build quality and 4x4 go-anywhere attitude.
Held by the consignor’s father for nearly four decades until his passing in 2022
Powered by a 360 cu-in V8 engine
Three-speed automatic transmission
Finished in red with white pinstriping
Full time four-wheel-drive with a two-speed transfer case
17 inch wheels mounted with Mud Claw Radial M/T tires
This 1979 Dodge W200 Power Wagon 4x4 is offered with the five-digit odometer currently displaying just over 99,600 miles at the time of listing; however, the true mileage is unknown
Standard cab, fleetside bed
Front brush guard
Front bumper-mounted winch
Cloth bench seat
Dual sun visors
Manually operated windows
Three-spoke steering wheel
Pioneer AM/FM/cassette stereo
Under-dash-mounted Realistic CB radio
Red dash mat
The vehicle does not start - likely in need of a starter solenoid replacement as per the consignor
The vehicle smokes on start-up – likely in need of a replacement manifold as per the consignor
Brakes are in need of replacement before extensive use
Tailgate does not stay closed
Heavily patinated exterior finish and bed
Finish is heavily deteriorated on the tow mirrors and rear bumper
Dent on the driver’s bedside
Cracks and scuffs in the paint on the driver’s bedside
Scratches along the passenger’s bedside
Patinated engine compartment
Paint peeling and overspray on the interior door panels
Two spare wheels and tires
The consignor inherited this 1979 Dodge W200 Power Wagon 4x4 in 2022 from her late father, who reportedly purchased the truck in the early 1980s.
Hagerty Marketplace has confirmed a clean title status, the owner maintains the title in hand and will send it to the Hagerty Marketplace team to be reassigned to the new owner after the auction is complete.
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