1942 Dodge Carryall with a 4BT Diesel Inline-Four

1942 Dodge Carryall with a 4BT turbo diesel

Winslow Bent from Legacy Classic Trucks stopped by Jay Leno’s Garage to show off the 1942 Dodge Carryall he just finished for a customer. The Carryall was originally built to serve in WW2 and came with a flathead straight-six with a four-speed manual transmission. The 7,100 lb truck rides on a boxed chassis with upgraded leaf springs and King shocks. Under the hood sits a turbocharged 3.9 L 4BT diesel inline-four that produces 130 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque. The drivetrain consists of an Atlas transfer case, Dana 60 front diff and Corporate 14-bolt rear with 4.56 gears.

1942 Dodge Carryall with a 4BT turbo diesel

1942 Dodge Carryall with a 4BT turbo diesel

1942 Dodge Carryall with a 4BT turbo diesel

1942 Dodge Carryall with a 4BT turbo diesel

1942 Dodge Carryall with a 4BT turbo diesel

1942 Dodge Carryall with a 4BT turbo diesel

Source: Jay Leno’s Garage

5 Comments

  1. JimmyinTEXAS

    Agree with Mike on the paint, and the rest of the truck too.
    Legacy used to have a build called “Legacy 3100 Supertruck”. 800 hp Nelson Racing engine in an early 50’s chevy/gmc. I lusted after that, must admit I still do. If there was a way to attach I would send the brochure.

    • ScLeCo

      Cool truck! But Porsche killer it ain’t for the same reason that a Miata can go around The Streets of Willow faster than a Hellcat.

  2. JimmyinTEXAS

    I was thinking “Porsche killer” was a little strong but with 50/50 AWD I was going to give it the benefit of the doubt. lol

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