Casey Brothers Power Wagon / Town Wagon Site
Power Wagon / Town Wagon Site
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Jim Casey on the left and Dan Casey on the right getting a snowball ready to throw.
The most recent addition to the Casey Brothers site is this 1966 Dodge Power Wagon W-500, 2 ton dually, formerly a Fremont, CA Police Department "Mobile Field Headquarters" vechicle which they purchased new in Nov. 1966.
Now owned by Jim Casey
Jim Casey showing off the clearance.
Nice old hood ornament and getting very hard to find.
Jim Casey sitting in front of the truck he wishes he never sold.
This 1960 had factory flaired front fenders that extended down below the body.
This is now the Johnny Burrito - Burrito Wagon purchased from Dan Casey
Both of these saw duty in California Law Enforcement
DODGE POWER WAGON CONCEPT TRUCK
Dodge's Power Wagon concept truck
is as refined and tailored as the original 1946 workhorse
was rugged and simple.
"We drew on the Dodge heritage and classic proportions of the original Power Wagon, but our concept is entirely modern and high-tech in its execution," Creed explained. "For example, this expressive design, with its contrasting finishes of brushed aluminum, European ash wood and raw steel, gives it a mechanical, tailored look as well as an honest simplicity."
With a 7.2-liter, direct injection I-6 turbocharged diesel engine that generates 780 lb.-ft. of torque in an over-the-road configuration, this truck earns the "power" designation in its name. To compare, the industry's most powerful full-size truck, a production Dodge Ram with an 8.0-liter V-10 gas engine, yields 450 lb.-ft. of torque.
Town Wagons of Friends
This beauty was purchased new as a school bus and later bought by Barry Holt. He sold it around 1995 to a mining company in Alaska.
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