1945 Dodge Power Wagon





Surname: Rat-Loader

Class: Pick-up

Origin: US USA

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Contributor: speedfreak975

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US generalrusty78

2018-04-12 14:51
Don't think of this as buying a rusty pick-up truck with shoddy brakes; think of it as buying a piece of history. The 1930s look is huge right now, so you'll have to act fast if you want to beat the hipsters to the punch. We know you'll treasure this classic Rat-loader from Bravado just as much as the previous 19 owners did.
UK NokoTau

2017-12-24 13:38
Could this be a 1930s GMC pickup?
www.seriouswheels.com/pics-1930-1939/1936-GMC-Pickup-3.jpg


UK Tuppence870

2016-03-10 17:56
Burn Rubber wrote
The Slamvan was practicly a custom Ratloder anyway. :/ This is why I hate R*

It's a old pickup that's just in good shape and has a different front end. igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=69732


Why even mention the Slamvan when we already have the Rat-Truck, which is already a cleaner, hot-rod version of the Rat-Loader and was released at the same time as the Slamvan...

www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=69754


PL sajmon14

2016-03-09 23:35
Burn Rubber wrote
But they are really similar. :/


Can you show us the similarities between them?


CZ JFK

2016-03-09 22:28
Burn Rubber wrote
But they are really similar. :/

Who want to beat dog will always find a hoe. - czech proverb
You can say this about anything. cars, motorbikes, buses, planes, nations (stereotypes), political parties, smartphones, tablets, teachers, tower blocks, headphones, TVs, sitcoms, babies, beers, cartoons, 18+ movies, drivers, mothers-in-law...


EE krq9

2016-03-09 22:16
Burn Rubber wrote
The Slamvan was practicly a custom Ratloder anyway. :/ This is why I hate R*

It's a old pickup that's just in good shape and has a different front end. igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=69732

Huh? Two completely different vehicles.


IT Automotive Gaming

2016-03-09 21:31
The stock Rat-Loader is enough customizable though.


DE Zordid

2016-03-09 20:47
That's how Rockstar works nowadays, adding a ton of cars each slightly better than the other and then sell them for so much money that some idiots are buying shark cards to afford them


CZ JFK

2016-03-09 15:27
Apparently Rat-Loader Custom will become a thing.
I like Rat-Loader, but I dont think adding dozens of slightly different variants of it for lot of money is a thing worth space on my local disk C:
CA FrankieCheeks75

2016-02-09 18:49
This is a ZIL 157, just with narrower fenders and different mirrors.
upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/54/ZiL-157_truck_in_Russia.jpg


CZ JFK

2015-10-15 23:36
SouthernSanAndreasSuperAutos is listing this as Bravado Rat-Loader, but when you enter it, it only says Rat-Loader. Interesting.
US carcrasher88

2013-12-12 17:19
It seems with the latest game update, this vehicle has become the center of controversy.

In Tuesday's 1.07 update, R* claims that this vehicle has been removed from players' garages because it's classified as a 'Utility' vehicle.

But, the thing is...it's not. It's clearly classified in-game and on the Social Club as a 'Muscle' class vehicle.

Furthering the controversy is the fact that the Sadler, which IS classified as a 'Utility' can still be purchased online and stored in garages.

This has caused a bit of an outrage among GTA Online players.

Two other vehicles were removed as well, the 'mariachi' Tornado and the 'clean' Rebel. R* says that's because they're single player mission only vehicles.

support.rockstargames.com/hc/en-us/articles/201287593-1-07-Vehicle-Update

support.rockstargames.com/hc/communities/public/questions/200553737-Grand-Theft-Auto-V-1-07-Patch-Notes?locale=en-us
UK routemaster45

2013-12-09 13:37
when customized it becomes a rat rod
CA FrankieCheeks75

2013-10-05 20:24
I see it more as a 1938 International Haverster D2
CA FrankieCheeks75

2013-10-01 14:58
Looks like a 1938 International D30 to me
US carcrasher88

2013-09-12 19:50
Apparently, there's 2 different versions of this.

The one in the main image, with single headlights, is called Rat-Loader.

The one in the other shots in the comments above, with dual headlights, is called the Duneloader.
US carcrasher88

2013-09-06 21:45


Rear view
CA car-dude44

2013-08-15 21:17
Better front shot of one, with a bit of customisation:



US strike9

2013-07-11 03:52
Maybe this is the Walton and the 50's style farm truck will now be a variant of the slamvan


Maxine

2013-06-28 22:56
But the hustler wasent a pickup?.. and whats this got to do with the hustler anyway :/ just a lil confusion there,
US lcpdcv

2013-01-05 02:34
Yes, because the Hustler was based on a 40's pickup. :whistle:


Maxine

2012-12-07 20:53
Its down as a driveable car. do you think it will be driveable? I mean it possibly looks like a scenery object?

And yeah Im pretty sure its a power wagon.. I just hope they add another walton .. some kinda 50s ford f100, or a chevrolet truck of that era. if were getting our redneck area.
ES daviddiaz21

2012-11-27 20:41
Posible Walton
US packardcaribien

2012-11-18 03:15
Considering the locale, this might be the new Walton.
SI Andra125

2012-11-15 19:17
Maltravers wrote

I need a better picture.

For now, that's the best i (and everyone else) can offer :/
FR SolanaBogon

2012-11-15 16:07
An old pickup, maybe the new Walton?


DE schaefft

2012-11-15 11:12
Maltravers wrote

I didn't say it's 100% ZIL, I said it's similar to ZIL. I need a better picture. And what is "socal"?


Southern California. ;)
RU Maltravers

2012-11-15 10:52
IWANTCOOKIES wrote
a zil in socal?
definately a power wagon that could have a little bit of zil in the mix

I didn't say it's 100% ZIL, I said it's similar to ZIL. I need a better picture. And what is "socal"?
AU IWANTCOOKIES

2012-11-15 10:23
a zil in socal?
definately a power wagon that could have a little bit of zil in the mix
RU Maltravers

2012-11-15 06:19
Similar to ZIL 157, but we should find a better picture.
stryder237

2012-11-14 20:55
Seems to be a tornado behind.


CA SizSkiizd

2012-11-14 19:26
:beer:
PL Tycek

2012-11-14 19:26
Dodge Power Wagon?
www.allpar.com/i/meets/photos/CEMA-2009/1954-power-wagon.jpg


CA SizSkiizd

2012-11-14 19:26
Dodge Power Wagon

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