LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1941 Dodge WC Command Car
The Power Wagon was derived for civilian use from the military Dodge WC Series, and was noted as the first series of mass produced, medium duty 4x4 trucks. Engine options included durable 3.8L inline six and 4.1L inline six units, and a range of cab options were also offered. North American sales of the military derived Power Wagon ended in 1968, but production for export continued until 1978
This custom pickup is built from a 1941 Dodge WC Command Car 4×4 chassis topped with a 1946 Power Wagon pickup body and bed, and it is finished in beautiful gloss black paint over a black leather interior. Power is provided by a late-1940s DeSoto 236ci inline-six paired with a four-speed manual transmission and a dual-range transfer case. Additional equipment includes a custom chrome grille guard, aftermarket turn signals, a custom steering wheel, an aluminum radiator, a stainless fuel tank, and 16″ steel wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich All-Terrain tires.
The interior was refurbished during the build and features black leather upholstery on the bench seat and door panels, a matching black headliner, and a stained wood floor panel. A 12-volt wiring harness is fitted and turn signals with a column-mounted chrome switch were added along with replacement switches for the exterior and interior lights. A custom three-spoke steering wheel fronts factory-style instrumentation consisting of an 80-mph speedometer and gauges for water temperature, oil pressure, fuel level, and amperage.
This WC Command Car 4x4 is a stunning example that has been beautifully restored, ready to be enjoyed by the next caretaker!