The Power Wagon was a 1947 model WDX with Deluxe cab and front-mounted winch. Fully restored, the WDX had been converted to 12 volts, and was a multiple entrant at the (US) National Power Wagon Rally in Iowa. Offered at no reserve, the Power Wagon made an impressive US$65,000.
The Kodiak was converted to multi-seater bus configuration, with the emphasis more on luxury than off road ability. The big beast featured a 6.6lt Duramax V8 diesel, Allison automatic transmission, custom fuel tanks, rear-view cameras, custom flamed paint and adjustable air ride suspension. Inside, the Kodiak featured custom heated/cooled massage seating for up to 15 people, four TV monitors, centre console electric cooler, Alpine/Kicker audio system, sunroof, satellite TV compatability and custom lighting. Also offered at no reserve, the Kodiak sold for US$60,000.
These impressive figures put both off-roaders into the top ten overall sales from this auction.
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