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ryan_340’s 1972 Dodge Power Wagon

1972 W100 Power Wagon

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  • Nov 14, 2013

This is my 1972 Dodge PowerWagon W100 with a 318 engine and 4 spd. trans. Its basically a 77 Warlock body put on a 72 Power Wagon rolling chasis. I am working on resto ... more

Another ryan_340 1972 Dodge Power Wagon post...
  • Nov 14, 2013

This is my 1972 Dodge PowerWagon W100 with a 318 engine and 4 spd. trans. Its basically a 77 Warlock body put on a 72 Power Wagon rolling chasis. I am working on resto ... more

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  • Wheels American Racing Wheels

    Date Installed
    Jan. 11, 2008

    Installed 01/11/2008

  • Tires BFGoodrich Tires

    Date Installed
    Jan. 11, 2008

    Installed 01/11/2008

  • Chassis & Suspension Grant Steering Wheel

    Date Installed
    Jan. 11, 2008

    Installed 01/11/2008

  • Chassis & Suspension Superlift Springs

    Date Installed
    Jan. 11, 2008

    Installed 01/11/2008

  • Chassis & Suspension Superlift Shocks

    Date Installed
    Jan. 11, 2008

    Installed 01/11/2008

  • Air & Fuel Delivery Edelbrock Intake

    Date Installed
    Jan. 11, 2008

    Installed 01/11/2008

  • Ignitions & Electrical Mopar Ignition

    Date Installed
    Jan. 11, 2008

    Installed 01/11/2008

  • Exhaust Hedman Header

    Date Installed
    Jan. 11, 2008

    Installed 01/11/2008

  • Exhaust Flowmaster Exhaust

    Date Installed
    Jan. 11, 2008

    Installed 01/11/2008

  • Engines & Components Crane Cams Engine Comps.

    Date Installed
    Jan. 11, 2008

    Installed 01/11/2008

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Comments (4)
  • 195978
    looks like you have a great start on your PowerWagon anyway its a really nice truck keep up the great restoration,check out my 73
  • B-Mar
    If youre lookin for a cheap way to get good horsepower out of the 318, im gonna do somethin similar to this article: http://www.popularhotrodding.com/enginemasters/articles/mopar/0667em_mopar_318_engine/index.html way to rock the stepside too...good luck with the resto
  • OlDodge
    for the engine i was told you can get a 400 block and put in a 440 crank and make a stroker eh
  • Feros_net
    your Dodge is looking good,mean and ready for some major off-roadin or maybe some car crunching mahem. There is so much that can be done to them. What's next on the to do list for it? I have a Dodge, it has a few mods. I Don't think it would do very well off road, not like your ride.