1967 Dodge Power Wagon W200 225 Slantsix
The only vehicle I can't kill
Not much wrong with it. The usual repairs for an old dog.
Dodge boys got it right when they built this baby. I have had it 23 years now and it still purrs like new. Walks away with anything I hitch it to. This truck has pulled Stumps, Trailers, Stuck Dozers, a House, even a large barn we moved to make way for a new road. It Climbs trees, over rocks as big as a freezer, fords rivers up to the door handles, and has pushed a snow plow with snow up to the headlights like it was cruising down sleepy hollow road in summer. It has been around the World with me where ever I get stationed. Right now it is in the garage below my Villa here in Sicily half way up Mt Etna. The beaches of Guam were no challenge for its 12ft wheel base either. One day they may bury me in it, but with Gods help that may not be for some time.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 19th October, 2005
What amazes me is that Dodge can/did build trucks like these - as reliable and tough as anything ever built - but the rest of their products fall apart like cotton candy. What happened?
An ex-Omni owner.
I also have a 1978 Dodge W200 power wagon. It will go anywhere I want to put it. And of course it will because it is not a chevy or a ford. I think dodge builds the toughest trucks in the world.
1974 Dodge Charger owner Too!