Datsun F10 + Dodge Powerwagon + snowplow = awesome

What do you get when you combine a Datsun F10 with a Dodge Powerwagon M-37 drive train and frame with a snowplow? Apparently a pickle … the owner calls this wild creation “The Pickle” for reasons left unexplained. I call it unique and fascinating. Imagine this at the local cruise assuming you could get it street legal.

Owner’s descriptions:

Dodge Powerwagon. This is a very unique machine…. The chassis is a late 40’s Dodge powerwagon. IT has a 70’s datsun car body on the frame. It has a large plow blade and wing blade.It is equipped with a chrysler 6 cyl L head engine. I had the truck running about 4 years ago. It still turnes over. It should not take too much work to get this machine operational again

“The Pickle”
M-37 Drive train
70’s Datsun Car Body
Lots Of Hydraulic Controls
Very Different!
Runs Good

http://www.rufusranch.com/carsforsale2.html

and

http://stcloud.craigslist.org/cto/2046955255.html

He’s got various other interesting vehicles and snowmobiles for sale too including a nice patina Ford BB truck.

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2 Responses to Datsun F10 + Dodge Powerwagon + snowplow = awesome

  1. Dan says:

    He hasn’t sold that yet? I recall seeing those photos at least a couple years ago.

    Of course, I say “He hasn’t sold that yet?” as though a Datsun-bodied M-37 snowplow is some sort of hot commodity.

  2. oldcarjunkie says:

    I would strongly suspect anyone who buys it they buy it for the novelty value and $1100 is still a decent chunk of change for a yard art. Those who have enough room for it and understanding enough wives certainly narrows the field of potential buyers.

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