The Dodge Power Wagon is back. First started in Feb. of 1946 this truck was used mostly for war efforts. The Dodge Power Wagon didn't change a bit between 1946-1968. After however, production was discontinued. That's the way it stood for almost 31 years. But now Dodge is turning over a new leaf to show off its resurrected new Power Wagon concept. This monster shows off with its integrated front-mounted wench, and a lot of ground clearance. It has huge 35 inch tall tires with an advanced diesel engine design capable of producing 800 lb-ft of torque. The Power Wagon's 7.2-liter turbocharged diesel engine features some new technology. First of all, the incline-six engine burns fuel very cleanly. Although lots of work and editing have to be done before the truck is finished, you will most likely see this car somewhere in the near future.
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