An Old Dodge Stand Out With These Distinctive Modifications

Today we will introduce an old Dodge car that attracts all eyes towards it after it got some distinctive modifications to its exterior design inspired by military cars.

We are talking in this article about a modified version of the Dodge Durango Power Wagon that was made in 2006, 14 years ago, and received a distinctive body modification package before it was offered for sale at the present time in an auction on eBay.

Before seeing the photos of this distinctive car, we would like to remind you of the head-to-head episode that documented comparison between the 2020 Dodge Durango GT and the 2020 Ford Explore.

Photos of the 2006 Dodge Durango Power Wagon modified by Advanced Automotive Technologies in Michigan, USA:

The old Dodge car got a body painted in matte green derived from the military vehicles, and the modifications included a front fascia with a new vertical grille and circular lights that are separate and from the body. There is a new flat bumper that contains a hook or something like that, and we note the presence of side air vents,

The modified old car was also provided with prominent wheel arches, underneath it new rims surrounded by huge tires intended for off-road driving.

In the back, there is a large-sized Power WAGON writing painted in the same color as the car, and there is a prominent bumper that includes in the middle a hook capable of towing a payload weighing 1,588 kilograms (3,500 pounds).

We do not have any official information indicating that this 2006 version of the Dodge Durango Power Wagon received any mechanical modifications, which makes us expect that this old Dodge has retained its original engine, a Hemi 5.7 liter V8 that produces 335 horsepower.

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