HELLCAT Redeye-Powered 1968 Dodge W200 Is Up For Grabs

Power Wagon SEMA Show Truck, Shows Up On

In the world of automotive restoration and modification, few projects turn heads quite like this custom 1968 Dodge W200 Power Wagon. Originally a workhorse for the United States Air Force, this Crew Cab Utiline pickup underwent a dramatic transformation at the hands of Rock Bottom Offroad in Lake Elsinore, California. Now, this beastly machine is making waves as it hits the auction block on

The makeover of this classic Power Wagon is nothing short of extraordinary. Rock Bottom Offroad spared no expense, starting with a complete repaint in a striking Blue Firenze hue, accented by a crisp white roof. Hand-painted door graphics add a unique touch, while modern LED lighting ensures visibility day or night.

HELLCAT Redeye-Powered 1968 Dodge W200 Power Wagon. (BringATrailer).

Underneath, a custom Rock Bottom frame provides a sturdy foundation, while upgraded suspension components, including Radflo coilovers, deliver a smoother ride both on and off-road. Black Rhino beadlock wheels wrapped in Mickey Thompson tires give this Power Wagon an aggressive stance that commands attention wherever it roams.

But perhaps the most jaw-dropping upgrade lies beneath the hood. Gone is the original slant-six engine, replaced by asupercharged 6.2-liter HEMI® HELLCAT H.O. V8, sourced from a donor vehicle and boasting an impressive 12k miles. Paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission, one-ton axles, and a 4:1 transfer case, this Power Wagon now packs serious muscle.

HELLCAT Redeye-Powered 1968 Dodge W200 Power Wagon. (BringATrailer).

Inside, the transformation continues with distressed gray leather upholstery adorning the front and rear bucket seats, dashboard, and door panels. Modern amenities such as Restomod Air climate control and an Alpine touchscreen infotainment system bring this classic truck into the 21st century, while a Dakota Digital instrument cluster keeps the driver informed.

Not content with just a show-stopping exterior and powerhouse engine, this Power Wagon is equipped for practicality as well. The bed area, though lacking a floor and tailgate, houses dual batteries, shock reservoirs, and two spare wheels and tires securely mounted upright.

HELLCAT Redeye-Powered 1968 Dodge W200 Power Wagon. (BringATrailer).

Safety and performance are paramount in this build. Fabricated Rock Bottom front and rear bumpers offer protection, while Borgeson power-assisted steering ensures responsive handling. A hydroboost disc braking system provides confident stopping power, complemented by Antirock sway bars for stability.

Don’t let this opportunity pass you by. Head to now and seize the chance to own this stunning HELLCAT Redeye-powered 1968 Dodge W200 Power Wagon. Bidding ends tomorrow, Friday, May 3rd, at 4:44 p.m. EDT. Act swiftly before it’s too late to make this masterpiece yours.

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