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1927 Dodge Series 128 Coupe Building chassis with numerous innovations to start out, the Dodge brothers soon grew tired of being under Henry Ford's thumb and filed a lawsuit against him. Eventually winning and taking those funds to start their own company. Due to their innovations, they quickly rose to number two on the auto manufacturing scene and all was going well. In fact, so well that in 1...
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1966 Dodge Coronet 500 If you're asking yourself what a Coronet is, then you wouldn't be alone. The Coronet is a car that we always forget has been around since the late '40s. As a 4-door sedan, it started life as a mid-sized post-war car that was somewhat up-scale in relative to its Dodge brothers and sisters As the years went by, its core competency didn't change much as it was still a 4-door...
1966 Dodge Coronet 500 If you're asking yourself what a Coronet is, then you wouldn't be alone. The Coronet is a car that we always forget has been around since the late '40s. As a 4-door sedan, it started life as a mid-sized post-war car that was somewhat up-scale in relative to its Dodge brothers and sisters As the years went by, its core competency didn't change much as it was still a 4-door...
1935 Dodge Model DU Sedan The Dodge Brothers machine shop was founded in 1900, they built engines for Olds and Ford. In 1914 they started building their own cars. In 1928, Chrysler acquired Fargo Trucks and Dodge Brothers and also established Plymouth and DeSoto brands. Plymouth was Chrysler's lowest priced car, Dodge was next, then Desoto and Chrysler was top of the line. In 1935, Dodge introd...
1927 Dodge Series 128 Coupe Building chassis with numerous innovations to start out, the Dodge brothers soon grew tired of being under Henry Ford's thumb and filed a lawsuit against him. Eventually winning and taking those funds to start their own company. Due to their innovations, they quickly rose to number two on the auto manufacturing scene and all was going well. In fact, so well that in 1...
1935 Dodge Model DU Sedan The Dodge Brothers machine shop was founded in 1900, they built engines for Olds and Ford. In 1914 they started building their own cars. In 1928, Chrysler acquired Fargo Trucks and Dodge Brothers and also established Plymouth and DeSoto brands. Plymouth was Chrysler's lowest priced car, Dodge was next, then Desoto and Chrysler was top of the line. In 1935, Dodge introd...
1966 Dodge Charger During the early-1960s, automakers were exploring new ideas in the personal luxury and specialty car segments. Chrysler, fast to enter the specialty car market, selected their Dodge Division to enter the marketplace with a mid-size B-bodied sporty car to fit between the "pony car" Ford Mustang and "personal luxury" Ford Thunderbird. The intention was to create a fastback look...
1927 Dodge Brothers Screen Side NO TITLE-SOLD ON A BILL OF SALE ONLY After successful involvement in a glass manufacturing company, brothers Joseph, Robert and Ray Graham began in 1919 producing kits to modify Ford Model Ts and TTs into trucks. That led to the brothers building their trucks using engines of various manufacturers and the Graham Brothers brand. Eventually they settled on Dodge en...
1938 Dodge RE31 Truck and Tanker In 1928 the Dodge Brothers acquired a truck line from the Graham Brothers who had been using Dodge engines in their commercial vehicles since 1921. By 1930 a mere two years later, they had America's 4th largest selling truck, and found their corner of the market. This tractor with tanker trailer, is a very nicely restored example of an early commercial vehicle, ...
1938 Dodge RE31 Truck and Tanker In 1928 the Dodge Brothers acquired a truck line from the Graham Brothers who had been using Dodge engines in their commercial vehicles since 1921. By 1930 a mere two years later, they had America's 4th largest selling truck, and found their corner of the market. This tractor with tanker trailer, is a very nicely restored example of an early commercial vehicle, ...
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