1965 Dodge Crew Cab Power Wagon 4x4,with 1963 Kamp King Koaches Camper on 2040-cars
/ black and turqoise
Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada
Body Type:crew cab
Interior Color: black and turqoise
Number of Cylinders: 8
Model: Power Wagon
Drive Type: 4 wheel drive
Options: 4-Wheel Drive
Exterior Color: turquoise
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
Up for sale here is a Rare 1965 Dodge Crew Cab 4X4 Power Wagon with 1963 Kamp King Koaches Camper,
This was Factory extended to a long box. In 1965 the crew cab power wagons were only available in short boxes I posted a picture of the wheel base conversion sticker from the door post.
This truck has its original paint and engine, The body does have some but again this is all original I have not seen any bondo on this truck, Front floors fine rear floors I did weld in some new metal then undercoated, I replaced the rocker panel under the right rear door, the left rear rocker panel under the rear door is rusted, There is rust in the bottom of the doors as shown in pictures. There is a extra cab shown in pictures that can come with truck & camper if you'd like.
Engine is a 318 Poly with a Weiland 4 barrel intake on it and a 600cfm carb runs fine but getting tired and has never been out it doesn't smoke, just a little under powered pulling camper, It Runs and drives fine for an old truck and I am not scared to drive it any distance.
Rear springs re arced last year and new 33" bfgoodrich with under 300 miles mounted on old school aluminum slots, re upholstered seats. Truck had factory 4:88 gears the rear end blew and now has a posi 4:10 ratio was put in so the front needs to be matched but all the 4X4 stuff was working fine.
The Camper is a 1963 in great shape for the wood work is nice re-did cushions and drapes last year the fridge doesn't get cold but I do have another one same color that I was told worked. You would be hard pressed to find a camper in this shape again. Very cool package gets lots of looks.
Any questions let me know.
Dodge Power Wagon for Sale
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