Legacy Power Wagon Conversions are crafted by Legacy
Classic Trucks, a small luxury auto shop in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Dedicated to
providing serious collectors with the finest in auto restoration and
customizations, Legacy Classic Trucks prides itself in providing clients with
the finest in craftsmanship.
The shops signature showpiece is the Legacy Power Wagon Conversion, arguably the worlds toughest and most beautiful truck. With each truck
requiring over 600 hours of handcrafted work, the Legacy Power Wagon Conversion is one of
the most coveted automobiles of today.
Legacy Classic Trucks is a team of two expert
artisan mechanics with over 40 years of combined experience. Every project
receives the finest attention to detail and is guaranteed to be the very best
in automotive craftsmanship.
WINSLOW BENT FOUNDER
Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, Winslow
was born into a family of passionate vintage automobile and truck collectors.
From early childhood Winslow had an insatiable passion for classic and rare
automobiles, similar to that of his father, a notable collector of rare
Winslow founded the Lake Forest Classic Car Club
at 17, and at 18 he earned degrees in Welding and Automotive Engine Rebuilding.
In addition to his work in restorations and customizations, Winslow was also an
avid racer, having competed in Pro Saab, Formula Ford, and bracket racing.
Winslow holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business and
Communications from Fort Lewis College. In addition to creating one of the worlds
most sought-after trucks, Winslows other automotive accomplishments include
driving the Pan-American Highway from Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, to Panama City,
Panama, circumnavigating the continent of Australia, and more.
Legacy Classic Trucks' innate respect for the beauty of the American West and environment around us is built into each truck.
As a result of our commitment to preserving the environment for future generations, Legacy Classic Trucks:
Purchases Green Energy
Recycles hard materials, including aluminum, steel, oil, batteries, and more
Reclaims abandoned vehicles (oftentimes which leak hazardous fluids)
Offers low-emission CARB-certified gasoline, efficient Tier II turbo-diesel, and bio-diesel engines
Uses synthetic oils and lubricants whenever possible
Uses only non-toxic coolant approved by the National Park Service
Applies low VOC, non lead-based paint
Offers clients natural gas conversions
Hires local craftsmen and purchases their products for projects
Resells antique parts for future use
Does not print on glossy brochures
Utilizes electronic newsletters
Teaches classes emphasizing the principles of Tread Lightly