Look at this Frankenstein 1966 Dodge Power Wagon, will ya? That step side bed mimics the bolts coming out of the big monster’s neck and the crazy-wide b-pillar gap on the crew cab is like his forehead. I can’t take my eyes off it. It’s like a car accident – you don’t really want to look, but you have to. I think I’d keep this old 4×4 Power Wagon as close to original as possible. It sure would be fun to swap out that old slant six 225 with a Cummins though, wouldn’t it? If you could get rubber for them, I’d even want to keep those giant 19.5″ steelie wheels it’s got. I can picture this old Dodge painted white with black steelies and bias ply tires getting so torched by a high-torque Cummins that you cannot determine what is black diesel smoke or tire rubber burning. These old Dodge 4×4 pickup trucks have become pretty collectible over the past few years, and this one in Rapid City, South Dakota proves it. In need of a full restoration the bidding has already topped three grand with nearly a half day to go yet. I would guess there’s not much room left but if it broke $4,000 I don’t think it would be all that surprising.