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1974 Dodge Power Wagon Club Cab Adventurer Package 318 Automatic

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  • Condition: Used
  • Item location: Tahlequah, Oklahoma, United States
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Power Wagon
  • Type: Extended Cab Pickup
  • Trim: Adventurer
  • Year: 1974
  • Mileage: 99,602
  • VIN: W17AE4S020646
  • Color: yellow/white
  • Engine size: 318
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Dodge Power Wagon 1974 Description

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Second owner 1974 Dodge Power Wagon Adventurer W100. This truck is currently a daily driver. Everything works with the exception of 4 things. (I'll explain what they are in just a minute.) This truck is out of southern California which explains why its condition is so good. I have had it for 3 years.
Things not working:
Cargo light - that is because it is missing. When I bought the truck, it was not there. I haven't put one back on it yet.
The amp gauge is bypassed. I did that because of a web site (Randysrepairshop), which is not online any longer.
The AC does not work. Everything is there and it worked when I bought the vehicle. It developed a leak and I have not fixed it.
The visor on the driver side is broken.
Oh, one more thing, the tail light lens on the passenger side has a hole in it. It still works, just need to get a new one.
If you don,t know anything about Power Wagons, here is a link to give you some info.
power wagon
This truck has the club cab and is the Adventurer package, two things that make it more rare. Here is a link addressing the valuation of the vehicle.
In addition, it has the 318 V8 and is set up to run gasoline or propane. I run propane most of the time. This is why I bought it.
Behind the engine, everything is as beefy as can be, of course, it is a Power Wagon.
The transmission is a 727 torque flight. Here is some info about it.
The transfer case is the New Process 205. Here is a couple of links about it.
NP205 1
NP205 2
The rear end is the 8 and 3/4. 1974 was the last year for them in the Power Wagons. It is the one with the biggest pinion, 1-7/8" tapered stem pinion (aka. '489').
8 3/4
The lift of the truck is factory. The mileage may be accurate at just under 100,000. It appears that the floor mats are original. There has been no hole worn in the heel area of the accelerator pedal.
You may not find one like this again.
I want $6000 for her as she sits.
If you don't want the propane system, then I can take that off and would take $5000 for her.
Added 3-5-17:
I forgot 2 things.
The brakes are squealing. I think it is the rear. (BTW. It has drum brakes, front and rear.)
The other thing is that I having trouble with the idle while on propane. When I switch to gasoline, it runs fine. I have been trying to figure out what the issue is and it has me stumped. And I recently acquired a different vehicle that I like a lot more than I expected. So, I'm going to sell the Dodge and not worry with the propane issue.

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