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1963 Dodge Town Wagon Power Wagon Page Two
The carburetor is a Bendix Stromberg Model WW 3-226 two barrel.
Freshly rebuilt carb on July 22, 2020 at Ace Fuel Automotive in Santa Clara, CA.
Soon to be rebuilt Saginaw Steering Box 525 D.
New exhaust August 3, 2020.
New rear floor September 1, 2020.
Original rear seat hold down bracket bolts and wing nuts.
I’m no wood worker.
This is not original to this year town wagon but I have always loved the emblem.
New cowl ventilator weatherstrip from VintagePowerWagons.com
For some reason the badges are not the same on the back.
A town wagon hood has two positions. Normal and straight up. Apparently you can take an engine out without removing the hood.
The original Craigslist ad put up on Facebook by Todd R. Yotter in July 2017.
30-30 accidental gun shot from the late 60s on a hunting trip. Don’t ask!
Two front plugs had to be glued after leaking on the bench test.
Gas tank fuel sending unit.
I used 3/4 inch CDX plywood that was special ordered in a 5’ X 10’ length.
Strange thing was the far back two brackets for the long bench seat are located directly above a frame railing from the factory. You can see the imprints on the bottom of the old plywood above left.
I had a hell of a time getting out the bolts on these brackets if they were from the left side of the vehicle. Everything has a bit more rust near the left side of the truck.
Fresh Air Intake
The W100 badges on a 1963 had red paint instead of black like a 1965.
These Town Wagon emblems did not come on this vehicle but I love them.