L.E. Myers Company of Chicago, Illinois "Construction of Electrical Utilities Since 1891" and still in business today. Started by Lewis Edward Myers, an electrician who worked for Thomas Edison. In the last few years of domestic sale of the Dodge Power Wagon (1965-68) L.E. Myers purchased a large fleet of trucks painted entirely orange and outfitted with a variety of beds and utility bodies. These later trucks have many safety features not found on earlier models including seat belts, padded dash, dual vacuum brake boosters, and Mopar Jiffy-Jet windshield washers. Sold!
Album by dave horvath. 1 - 24 of 51 Total. 955 Visits.
2 1968 Texas truck
3 Third series bed with utility boxes
4 As found, missing winch and tailgate
6 Padded dash required by DOT regulations
7 Solid header panel
8 251ci. engine turns freely and should run
9 Original carb with sandwich governor
10 Dual vacuum brake boosters
11 5.83 gears and synchromesh transmission
12 Power Wagon Advertiser picture by the late Gordon Maney
13 1967 Minnesota
14 1968 California truck with Warn hubs missing winch
15 1968 Texas
16 Truck owned by Steve G. with Ford bed
18 Company logo
19 Canister full of red safety flags
20 One piece floor mat. Unfortunately, they hold water causing rust
21 First aid kits mounted on passenger side kick panel
22 One of two trucks with utility bodies owned by Shawn C.