Hey everyone, im new to this site, and i think this is my kind of site i have a 1977 Dodge Power Wagon that i bought from my co-worker for 200 bux plus a 32 inch tv. and i drove it home. Its got the "Macho" paint on it and looks pretty bad ass, hopin to get some work done to it b4 long here. I did put a Edelbrock 750 cfm carb on it, and changed all the plugs and everything when i got it. I also did some extensive floor work to it as you will see in the pics. Also after i got it all done, the first night i took it out in some woods with a buddy of mine , we were hauling ass thru some mud and stuff, and my windshield wipers came off the track, and i tried slammin on the breaks cuz i saw a big brown thing in front of me, but i ended up hittin a tree. so i gotta try to get the half way fixed to, so without further ado, heres my dodge.....
those last 2 are of the corner of my truck from the tree, its not to bad, nothin a BFH cant fix...hit me up guys!
thanks for all the good comments everyone an yea a bumper woulda been nice when i hit that tree ...u guys got any suggestions on how i should start it, i dont know much about wheelin or anything, im pretty new to the scene, this is the first truck i have owned.
find some local people that wheel and go out a few times. when I say local people I mean responsible people that know the area they wheel and KNOW it is legal. you will learn alot by wheeling with people that know what they are doing.
sadly, there isnt a whole lot of wheeling goin on around here. our town revolves around Winnebago Industries, and besides that, anyone who has a truck that can wheel, doenst, cuz they dont wanna get dirty, this town is so boring, but i have been lookin for some spots, especially ones with no trees around, and i think i might have a few picked out for when i get my tires. thanks for the help tho,
1977 Dodge Power Wagon, edelbrock 750 carb, GT steering wheel, and a sweet dent in the front left fender from a tree!