The most recent generation from Legacy Basic Vehicles is this 1947 Dodge Electricity Wagon restomod. It truly is even for sale if you can appear up with the $400,000 inquiring value.
The truck retains the basic glance of the primary but has overhauled mechanicals. Beneath the hood, you will find a Cummins 4BT 3.9-liter 4-cylinder diesel, and Legacy Basic Vehicles tunes the mill by incorporating a compound-turbocharging setup and bigger-flowing gas injectors. This benefits in an output of 250 horsepower (187 kilowatts) and 600 pound-feet (814 Newton-meters) of torque.
The primary engine in this era of Electricity Wagon was a 3.77-liter (230-cubic-inch) L-Head inline-6 creating 94 hp (70 kW) and 185 lb-ft (251 Nm).
The Legacy Basic Vehicles Electricity Wagon makes use of a New Venture 4500 5-pace manual gearbox that operates as a result of an Atlas transfer case with a one hundred:one ratio lower variety and then to tough fourteen-bolt axles. An ARB compressor operates the air lockers and can refill the tires.
The builder statements the updated truck can cruise easily at 80 miles for each hour (129 kilometers for each hour). There is also “a lot more than ample torque for industrial-quality hauling and towing,” in accordance to Legacy Basic Vehicles. Whilst, we aren’t positive who’s heading to fall $400,000 for this rig and then use it as a perform car.
The cabin keeps considerably of the style from the primary truck. The new machines is operated as a result of sealed marine rocker switches.
Dodge introduced the Electricity Wagon in 1946 as a civilian model of a person of the trucks it equipped the armed forces for the duration of Entire world War II. With various tweaks, production for the US lasted until finally 1968.
As its identify indicates, Legacy Basic Vehicles specializes in making restomods of previous-college SUVs and pickups. The company’s offerings contain an updated 1981-1986 Jeep CJ-eight Scrambler with a six.two-liter LS3 V8 and a 1955-1959 Chevy NAPCO pickup with possibly a five.3-liter Vortec V8 or LS3.