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Old 07-08-2007, 12:41 PM
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Angry A crying shame!!

there i am going throught the lacal slavage yard. looking for a new door for my 02 f-250. which i have found out are very hard to come by. never the less i carry on with my search. im looking around at what else is there. and over by the edge of the lot i see a white hood was open that i could see overr the other cars. and i had time so i checked it out. as get closer i notice it's an older dodge pickup. but the hood looks different with silver lettering on each side of the hood. I though I was seeing things with the heat of the day and all. but it's an original POWER WAGON, on a grandmothers grave. ive never seen an origianal before. but it wasnt too bad off. not even that much rust. ding here ding there. if a had more cash i was going to get it. i mean if i didnt try i would need to turn in my man card?
its located at oceana salvage in virginia beach, va. if i could give it a home i would.
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Old 07-08-2007, 12:44 PM
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don't see many of those
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and i was wondering are old power wagons rare or not?
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dont give up your man card , youll need it someday
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ur talking about a dodge on a ford forum... ooohhh shame shame shame...:p
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hey hey maybe so but i still think its a shame none the less
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Old 07-09-2007, 09:41 AM
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ur talking about a dodge on a ford forum... ooohhh shame shame shame...:p
That's OK, he'll just have to throw in a PSD under the hood!
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it could work. with enough welding and cutting. anyting is possible
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Old 07-09-2007, 12:04 PM
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That's OK, he'll just have to throw in a PSD under the hood!
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it could work. with enough welding and cutting. anyting is possible
That would be neat - a Power Wagon with a PSD!
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Post it over on DodgeTalk.com, I'll bet someone will rescue it and bring it back to life.It would be cool with a 426 Hemi crate motor in it.
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