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1923 Dodge Touring model Garage Find Dodge Brothers

  • Price: Ask a price!
  • Item location: Washington, New Jersey, United States
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Other
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: touring sedan
  • Year: 1923
  • Mileage: 56,000
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 4cy
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Dodge Other 1923 Description

For sale is a 1923 Dodge Brothers Touring Model in garage find condition. This car wasstored and sparsely driven by it previous owner, and was part of a large collection. The owner hadunfortunately found him self of the age of no longer being able to care foritand reluctantly parted with the Dodge.Where to go with the car is up to the future owner, car can restored or with a little maintenance and a new top can be made into a nice driver. The carruns and drives but will need2 new rear tires. Allgauges function as do headlights and tail light. There are original Fuel ration stickers on the windshield as well as 1942-1943 inspection stickers that show this car was still being actively driven up into the war.Below is a little history of this historic car as well as over 20 high res photos and a walk around video showing some of the details of this cool car. The car is for sale locally and we reserve the right to end the auction early. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us with any questions. 732-501-3513 Make sure to check out our other auctions for other great cars and add us to your favorites to see new vehicles coming in every day.
Dodge Brothers production was in its heyday by 1924! It remained a leader in American automobile manufacturing, and set a prominent standard for others to take note. This particular year, vehicles were redesigned to have a 116″ wheelbase, lower stance on the chassis, but retaining the high hood line. This meant new semi-elliptical rear springs for better handling, lowered interior seats, and gear and handbrake controls better positioned for a center seat passenger. By retaining the higher hood line, a new taller radiator with more water capacity was introduced along with a louvered hood and 4-blade fan for optimum cooling! The drum style headlights and rear brakes became standard equipment. Brisk sales were only hindered by its limitation in daily production. Even with multiple production plants, and 20,000 employees assembling 7 body styles and commercial vehicles each day, it still couldn’t meet the heavy demand of dealer orders coming in!

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