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1-Ton Power Wagon Dodge called it the General Purpose Power Wagon; 1946-1968 WDX-WM300, the civilian truck with the military look. Also has come to be known as the flat fender Power Wagon, abbreviated FFPW

View Poll Results: What color would you choose for your WDX-WM300 Power Wagon
Red 79 23.44%
Dark blue 33 9.79%
Dark green 104 30.86%
Seawolf submarine green 28 8.31%
Yellow 18 5.34%
Black 5 1.48%
Granite gray 26 7.72%
White 8 2.37%
Omaha orange 26 7.72%
Turquoise 10 2.97%
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Old 05-27-2010, 08:28 AM   #61
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How about tan,brown, green and red with brown fenders

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How about tan,brown, green and red with brown fenders

It's really hard to see....
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Old 07-04-2010, 11:09 AM   #63
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sometimes when I go out to a parking lot I can't find it because of the camo it blends right in . . . sic (its in front of the trees, in the center of the picture, below the american flags)
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Old 07-04-2010, 11:14 AM   #64
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What.....

I see nuthin'.......
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Old 07-23-2010, 04:06 PM   #65
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Does anyone have a link to examples of the dodge truck colors? Thank you

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Old 07-23-2010, 06:04 PM   #66
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Does anyone have a link to examples of the dodge truck colors? Thank you

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Try this link.
I think it's what your looking for.
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http://www.t137.com/colorchips/index.html

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Old 07-23-2010, 06:51 PM   #67
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thank you that was it.

Does anyone know if the 1950 deep blue and Truck red stayed the same? They older colors look darker and I can't tell if that is just because the brochures are older than the 54 etc.

Thanks guys.
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How about tan,brown, green and red with brown fenders

Why do you keep posting pictures of tires and wheels???
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OMG, you can't see the winch either, the king has no clothes!
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I find it remarkable that the tire balanced there on the running board does not fall off.
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I find it remarkable that the tire balanced there on the running board does not fall off.
Smoke & Mirrors Man, Smoke & Mirrors........
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OMG, you can't see the winch either, the king has no clothes!
Wow! I didn't see it there.... on the right side....= )
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I tried to sharpen it up is it any clearer?
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I tried to sharpen it up is it any clearer?
Absolutely magical!
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I can see clearly now...........
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