1915 Dodge Brothers Model 30-35 news, pictures, and information
The Dodge vehicle had several innovative features, such as the first mass-produced, all-steel body. 'The Dependable Dodge' delivered the quality and durability the company promised, and at an affordable and competitive price.
Sadly, John and Horace Dodge both died of influenza in 1920. Eight years later, the company was purchased by Walter P. Chrysler.
This 1915 Touring Car is powered by an L-head four-cylinder engine offering 35 horsepower. There is a three-speed manual gearbox and two-wheel externally contracting, mechanical brakes. In 1915, this vehicle had a base price of $785.
By Daniel Vaughan | Jan 2011
A rare car in body style, as Dodge produced very few roadsters. This particular model was popular wîth doctors of the period. A novel feature is the combined generator and started driven by silent chain. The Dodge weights 2,250 pounds, owing to the fact that it was the first car to have an all-steel body.Source - Luray Cavern MuseumFor more information and related vehicles, click here
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