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1948 Dodge Power Wagon 13,600 Miles on 2040-cars

US $45,000.00
Year:1948 Mileage:13600
Location:

Saluda, North Carolina, United States

Saluda, North Carolina, United States

This is a special truck from Heaven Hill Farm of Lake Placid ,NY.  It is in original condition with a body off restoration.  I had stainless bolt package added.  The wooden bed is original factory spec. with stainless rails.  New tires on and on.   This truck was bought new by the at the time owner of one of the large breweries in Milwaukee Wi.  It was purchased to plow the roads on his Adirondack Estate. The farm still in a foundation open to the public.  It still is running on six volts and cranks right up.  This truck had no rusted parts to fix.  The bed is not exactly straight but very close.  All knurling on fenders is still there.  Gauges all work.  Wipers and crank out windshield works.  

If you need more information call 828-749-8000 

Mark

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