High-end restoration of classic automobiles and motorcycles continues to be a trend. Icon and Singer Vehicle Design are just two standout names in the space that come to mind, both setting new standards when it comes to vintage Toyota trucks and Porsche restoration. Legacy Classic has recently come up, focusing on the Dodge Power Wagon, which was first introduced as a military-only vehicle for World War II. In 1946, due to high demand, Dodge started manufacturing the truck for civilians as well and Legacy Classic is today looking for the old Power Wagons, collecting them, restoring them, and selling them to fans and collectors.
The new Dodge Legacy Power Wagon by Legacy Classic comes in a choice between a supercharged 430 hp, 6.2-liter Chevrolet V8; a 3.9-liter Cummins four-cylinder turbodiesel or a 7.0-liter, 430 hp stroked Chrysler 426 Hemi V8. As for the interior, they fit the trucks with Mercedes-Benz and Porsche, and Italian leather Cadillac seats. How that all looks you can see in the above gallery. Unfortunately this piece of history does not come very cheap. The Dodge Legacy Power Wagon will set you back $185,000.
- Source: autoblog