Dodge RamCharger Central banner
1 - 5 of 5 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
344 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
From our friends at Bring-A-Trailer:

Bidding started at $100,000, currently $115k. Bit rich for my blood.
Selling after six years (finished in 2014) and only 3k miles. Probably didn't live up to the dream.
Lot to like though.


619459

This 1964 Dodge Power Wagon crew cab was originally built in September 1963, and in 2016 the body was refinished in gray with black accents and placed on a shortened chassis from a 2006 Dodge Ram 2500 Mega Cab 4×4 pickup truck during a project that was begun by ICON of Los Angeles, California and completed by LaBrecque Autocraft of East Windsor, Connecticut. Power comes from a Magnuson-supercharged 5.7-liter Hemi V8 paired with a five-speed automatic transmission and dual-range transfer case from the Ram 2500, and the chassis received a Kore Performance 3″ lift. Other modifications include Fox Shocks, four-wheel disc brakes, limited-slip front and rear differentials, 18″ Fuel wheels, 37″ Nitto mud-terrain tires, and an alligator-print vinyl roof cover along with aftermarket bumpers and lighting. The four-door cabin is upholstered in black and tan leather, and air conditioning, power windows, and a Bluetooth sound system with a subwoofer have been added. The seller acquired the truck in 2014, and more than 3,100 miles have been accumulated since completion of the project. This modified Power Wagon Sweptline is now offered in Connecticut with build photos, receipts, and a clean Massachusetts title that lists the model year as 1963.
Wheel Automotive parking light Tire Vehicle Car


Not much room for wheel travel:
619461


Love this wheel though:
619462


And a VERY well-sorted engine bay:
619463

The 5.7-liter Hemi V8 from the donor chassis has been fitted with a Magnuson supercharger, and its Bouchillon Performance Engineering computer is said to have been tuned by Jannetty Racing Enterprises of Waterbury, Connecticut. The water pump, alternator, starter, and radiator were replaced, and other features include iridium spark plugs, performance injectors, and a custom exhaust with JBA headers and Flowmaster mufflers.
Power is delivered to the rear or all four wheels through a five-speed automatic transmission and a dual-range transfer case. The front and rear differentials are limited-slip and feature 4.10:1 final-drive ratios.
* The ad has a video, and about 400 pictures including details of the build.


Had to start somewhere:
619458


Jim
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
344 Posts
Discussion Starter · #2 ·
By the Way, BaT has this article on a 3rd Gen Ramcharger. Hecho en Mexico!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
800 Posts
From our friends at Bring-A-Trailer:

Bidding started at $100,000, currently $115k. Bit rich for my blood.
Selling after six years (finished in 2014) and only 3k miles. Probably didn't live up to the dream.
Lot to like though.


View attachment 619459 This 1964 Dodge Power Wagon crew cab was originally built in September 1963, and in 2016 the body was refinished in gray with black accents and placed on a shortened chassis from a 2006 Dodge Ram 2500 Mega Cab 4×4 pickup truck during a project that was begun by ICON of Los Angeles, California and completed by LaBrecque Autocraft of East Windsor, Connecticut. Power comes from a Magnuson-supercharged 5.7-liter Hemi V8 paired with a five-speed automatic transmission and dual-range transfer case from the Ram 2500, and the chassis received a Kore Performance 3″ lift. Other modifications include Fox Shocks, four-wheel disc brakes, limited-slip front and rear differentials, 18″ Fuel wheels, 37″ Nitto mud-terrain tires, and an alligator-print vinyl roof cover along with aftermarket bumpers and lighting. The four-door cabin is upholstered in black and tan leather, and air conditioning, power windows, and a Bluetooth sound system with a subwoofer have been added. The seller acquired the truck in 2014, and more than 3,100 miles have been accumulated since completion of the project. This modified Power Wagon Sweptline is now offered in Connecticut with build photos, receipts, and a clean Massachusetts title that lists the model year as 1963. View attachment 619459

Not much room for wheel travel:
View attachment 619461 View attachment 619461

Love this wheel though:
View attachment 619462 View attachment 619462

And a VERY well-sorted engine bay:
View attachment 619463
The 5.7-liter Hemi V8 from the donor chassis has been fitted with a Magnuson supercharger, and its Bouchillon Performance Engineering computer is said to have been tuned by Jannetty Racing Enterprises of Waterbury, Connecticut. The water pump, alternator, starter, and radiator were replaced, and other features include iridium spark plugs, performance injectors, and a custom exhaust with JBA headers and Flowmaster mufflers.
Power is delivered to the rear or all four wheels through a five-speed automatic transmission and a dual-range transfer case. The front and rear differentials are limited-slip and feature 4.10:1 final-drive ratios.
* The ad has a video, and about 400 pictures including details of the build.
View attachment 619463

Had to start somewhere:
View attachment 619458 View attachment 619458

Jim
Beautiful job, one of the coolest trucks I've seen but the price is a knock out;)
 
  • Like
Reactions: neil4224

·
Registered
Black 2008 Mega Cab 4x4 6.7 Cummins, 4 inch left an 35" BFG KO2, Warn ZEON 12 winch
Joined
·
1 Posts
Nice truck, but hat is a lot of trucks for the 5.7 Hemi. I think it would have been better with a 6BT Cummins
 
1 - 5 of 5 Posts
Top