Pure Badassery: The Hauk Design Wrecker, a Six Wheel, Twin Turbo Dodge Power Wagon


Kenny and his team of Hauk Machine builders, have once created some incredible mind-blowing machine.

This truck is both work of art and a high-horsepower beast capable of devouring the off-road. What caught our attention is just how creative the build was and the quality of the work was at the top of its game. There’s a twisted creative mind behind this truck – one like you’ve never seen before!

The Wrecker Power Wagon by Hauk Designs
Introducing the 1946 Dodge Power Wagon A.K.A. The Wrecker.


Starting with the monstrous 1946 Dodge Power Wagon 6×6, this build was one of the largest Kenny and his team built for the Sema Show.

The Wrecker Hauk Designs
With its vintage patina exterior, it features a turbodiesel engine, those awesome signature Hauk headlights, those super cool number plate sunvisors and so much more. The project was done in stages with large sections being work on and to break up the work, Kenny would have the team work on smaller, more craft based elements to bring a unique touch to the project.

Dodge Power Wagon 6X6 aka The Wrecker
This monster has 44-inch tires and it’s powered by a 12-valve Cummins diesel and NV4500 5-speed transmission.


On the outside, you will have noticed the pinstriping signs created by Vanessa (vanepinstriping), who does all of Kenny’s vehicle art lettering, to give it that authentic signature.

Hauk Designs Dodge Power Wagon powered by 5.9 diesel and compound turbos
See and hear this monstrous Six Wheel Drive Dodge Power Wagon with a Cummins 5.9 Diesel and Compound Turbos. Watching videos, you’re going to see a fierce beast completely made out of metal and we guarantee that you will like it!







Check some other cool creations from Hauk Designs:
Bang, Bang: Hauk .45 Jeep – A Guns Of The Wild West Inspired 1948 Willys Pickup Dually
Like Rat Rods? Like Jeeps? Then You Might Want To Have A Look At The Hauk Designs “Rock Rat” Jeep
‘Loco Hauk’ Is An Outrageous Steam-Powered Jeep JK 6 Wheeler


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