Memorial Day Special: 1952 Dodge M37

1952 Dodge M37

For all of us in the United States, today is an important day. Memorial Day is set aside to remember all those brave men and women who have lost their lives while serving in our military. We honor them and all those who have served and are currently serving our country. To celebrate the occasion we have decided to throw a couple of military vehicles into today’s mix. To kick things off, we have this 1952 Dodge M37! The civilian model is better known today as the mighty Power Wagon! These bad boys were used during the Korean War and many variants of were built including an ambulance, tool truck, fire truck, and more. Power from a straight-six went to all four wheels and made these capable load haulers. They are direct descendants of the WC series vehicles that were built during World War II and even share many components. The seller of this beast claims that it is a barn find, but that it has been restored with new military surplus parts. You can take a look for yourself here on eBay where the seller is asking $19k or best offer.


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  1. Woodie Man

    Don’t know what it’s worth but looks mighty fine. THATS the way to sell a vehicle video .walk around and running..along with dollops of Southern charm.

  2. SoCal Car Guy

    Nitpicking time, Jesse. This beast is a descendent of the WCs from World War II, The WCs are the ancestors. I’ll get off of my ex-editor’s pedantic podium.

    Oh yeah, may I offer my salute to all of our military veterans, those who came home (like my father, who as barely more than a kid survived three years in the China-Burma-India theater in WWII) and those who paid the ultimate price.

    • Jesse Mortensen Jesse Staff

      Thanks for catching that!

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