Nearly new, and with an interesting history, this 1969 Dodge Power Wagon W300 is about as nice as you could hope for. With 2,850 miles, we suppose it’s almost due for its “first” oil change. Although wearing an interesting appearance as a Fire Truck for the United Automobile Workers(UAW), this Dodge apparently began its life as an ambulance. With an opening bid of $12,000, we wonder what this Power Wagon will sell for. Find it here on eBay out of Onaway, Michigan. Thank you Jamie for the awesome submission!
With some mild grime and mild surface rust, this engine bay looks like it would clean up to better represent 2,850 miles. The 318 V8 isn’t the cleanest, lacking some paint, and having some grime, and mild surface rust. Many of the components of the engine bay look to be in good shape representing the low mileage, and other aspects of under the hood reflect the cold wintery months of Michigan. Although this is a low mileage truck, the seller has not expressed that this trucks runs, or if it is operational. We are assuming this Dodge to be a driver.
Remarkably clean inside, we are starting to believe that this is a 2,850 mile truck. The only gripes we can offer up are a mildly dirty driver floor area, with some mild surface rust around the edges. We would imagine that the paint was worn off from foot traffic. Despite that little bit on the floor, the rest of the interior looks flawless.
Although this truck is currently equipped with fire equipment, none of the fire equipment is included with the sale. Although the massive brush guard, and winch are included. Despite the lack of the cool fire equipment, this is still a neat truck with opportunity for sure. The body is straight, and the red paint is still shiny, evenly covering the body work. The only real evidence of paint wear is in the door jambs and running boards. The underside of this dodge is lightly peppered with surface rust, but nothing to raise any concern over. Appearing almost like new, with no fire equipment, what would you do with this Power wagon?