Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by MOMOSL, Dec 11, 2004.
This is a 90 RC with 40" tires
A few pics of it muddy:
This is my 92 RC:
This is my 75 2wd RC:
This is my 77 RC 4x4:
I was in the process of finishing the rebuild of a 75 Powerwagon, until a tree fell on it during the hurricane.
Too much damage to continue unfortunetly, I was very pissed, truck was in the family for over 20 years, being restored for 12 of them (slow!)
I want another, but they are hard to find.
What did you do with it? What kind was it? (eg:2wd or 4wd, long or short box? reg or ext cab? Do you have pics? My buddy buys alot of those and I buy alot of these Ramchargers. Those are hard to find.
8 posts in one thread MOMOSL wants to see some boobies
I learned to drive when I was around 13 or so in my dads 74 powerwagon 3/4 ton. Nothing like a 318 4 speed when you're learning to drive Good thing there wasn't much to run into on the beach because I was pretty reckless when I could just barely reach the pedals lol
Nice truck! I had a 75 Chev Blazer about the same size! mine had 39s on it though!
Reg cab 4x4 long box.
318 (modded), 4 spd.
I want it back.
It had 4" trail master lift, new EVERYTHING, all brakes, all driveline parts, engine rebuilt, it was stripped to the frame and built back up.
Then it got squashed by a tree.
why do you have so many? just curious...
They are Chrysler/Dodge products... you need that many just to ensure you will have ONE running in the morning!
Maybe the newer stuff you do, not those. . . . especially with a 318 in them. As much as I hate 318's, you can take those motors to hell and back, and they'll still run just as hard.