EXCLUSIVE: 1964 Dodge Power Wagon

Reader David H has quite the interesting truck up for grabs! This Power Wagon has clearly spent its life working hard as a tow rig. It’s a short bed 4×4 that runs and drives but could use a good detailing and a little work. These trucks were built to last and I’m sure it has many miles ahead of it. David has a clear title for it and is asking $5,500 or best offer. It is currently located in Liberal, Kansas. If you would like to put this rig back to work, be sure to message David via the form below.

David is a man of few words and didn’t give us much to go on with this rig. He states that everything works as it is supposed to and that the tires are new. The 318 has had recent work and is said to be fresh, with new valves, and the 4-speed is in good shape. The winch and boom are also in good working order and are ready to be put to work. I wouldn’t plan on using it to tow cars any distance, but it would be nice to have around the shop to move project cars, engines, and any other heavy items.

From what can be seen, this old Dodge doesn’t look to be in too bad of shape. I see a little rust below the door, so I imagine there will be similar rust on the passenger’s side. As long as there isn’t any serious rust in the floor or frame, I think this would be a great truck to just clean up and drive. Personally, I’d pull the boom and winch out of the bed, that way you can use it for hauling parts and supplies. I love the old signage and these 4x4s are gaining in popularity, so his asking price might not be too far out of line. If you have any questions about David’s truck, be sure to message him via the form below. And if you have a sweet old truck that needs a new home, please consider listing it with us!

Asking Price: $5,500
Location: Liberal, Kansas

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  1. Blindmarc

    Were these full time fwd?

    • Dave Wright

      Way to early for full time 4X4 and you can see the locking hubs in the photo. I don’t think you could even get power steering in the Powerwagon yet when this was built.

    • John D


  2. Rich

    Would look nice with the boom taken out and just drive it as-is.

    • JW

      Agree, that’s what I would do.

  3. Dave Wright

    Would be pretty useless as a tow rig today, probably uninsurable. Might be nice to keep the winch in the bed. Booms aren’t worth much, had a nice Holmes unit in my yard for 3 years…..couldn’t get 100.00 for it.

  4. boxdin

    You could get Dodge short wb one ton trucks and vans up until 1973 or so.

    • Vincent Nalley

      Not exactly. But, shortbed (Sweptline) 61-71 trucks with 3/4 ton axles were made until about ’68. They were W100’s. The W200’s we’re what’s known as 3/4 ton trucks, with the same Dana 60/44 combination and they were longbeds.

  5. David Hunt

    No hill too steep,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    No ditch too deep.
    Nothing can hold back this power wagon.!
    Will pull 10,000 lbs. Of cattle truck loaded.
    Truck is still going strong.
    Buy it and start towing
    Have a Mopar day

  6. Dakota

    This thing is amazing! I want it so bad, but Chevy only and have to stick to it

  7. Takoda Wolf

    I can use the setup on the truck to move some stuff around on my property. I can see it being used for light duty jobs but fairly limited to what it can tow. I’m not trying to upset/offend anyone by any means, I’m just saying that setup may not hold up to certain tasks. Other than that, It would be a good vehicle to fix it up here and there, and possibly self make parts for if u have the Time, Money, Equipment, and Supplies available to use.

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