1924 Dodge Brothers Series 116 Tourer / A-100184 Chassis Information

1924 Dodge Brothers Series 116 photograph

1924 Dodge Brothers Series 116 photograph

1924 Dodge Brothers Series 116 photograph

1924 Dodge Brothers Series 116 photograph

1924 Dodge Brothers Series 116 photograph

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Tourer
Chassis #: A-100184
Engine #: A172-181
Sold for $6,600 at 2015 RM Sotheby's Hershey Auction.
The Dodge Brothers, John and Horace, established their first machine shop in 1900. Ransom E. Olds and Henry Ford - among others - noticed their talents and bought engines, transmissions, and axles from the Dodge Brothers. By 1913, the brothers realized they could built their own automobile, a realization that coincided with Henry Ford deciding to move production of his cars' components in-house.

The Dodge Brother's cars quickly earned a reputation as a sturdy vehicle that offered superior reliability and could be run for years with only the most basic of maintenance.

This particular vehicle is a 1924 Standard Touring car that was acquired by Richard Roy from John Schramm, of Rockland, Maine, in 2003. It has remained part of the collection for 12 years. Former owners include John Colgan Futty, of Maryland, as well as Christopher Eby, of Paradise, Pennsylvania.

This Standard Touring car wears its original 91-year-old black paint, including on the fenders, and leather upholstery. The dashboard has its original finish and its original gauges. The mileage is recorded as 6,672.

Powering this Touring Car is an L-head four-cylinder engine displacing 212.3 cubic-inches and offering 35 horsepower. There is a three-speed selective-shift manual transmission and rear-wheel mechanical drum brakes.


By Daniel Vaughan | Nov 2015


2015 RM Sotheby's Hershey Auction

Pre-Auction Estimates :
$10,000-$15,000 
Sale Price :
$6,600

2018 1
2017 1
2015 1
2013 1
2011 2
2010 1
2009 3
2007 2
2004 1
2003 1

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1924 sales)
1924 Dodge Touring
Sold for $22,000
  2018 Mecum : 2018 Chicago
 
1924 Dodge Brothers Touring
Chassis#: A68037
Sold for $9,900
  2017 The Auburn Auction : Worldwide Auctioneers
 
1924 Dodge Brothers Standard Touring
Chassis#: A-100184
Sold for $6,600
  2015 RM Sotheby's Hershey Auction
1924 Dodge Brothers Series 116 image  1924 Dodge Brothers Series 116 image  
1924 Dodge Four-Door Sedan
Sold for $5,500
  2013 Auctions America - California
 
1924 Dodge HP45 Four Door Sedan - No Reserve
Sold for $5,750
  2011 Leake Auction - Dallas, Texas
 
1924 Dodge Tourer
Sold for $14,745
  2011 Shannons Sydney Spring Classic Auction
 
1924 Dodge Four Door Phaeton
Sold for $10,700
  2010 Leake Auctions - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
 
1924 Dodge Tourer
Sold for $10,004
  2009 Shannons Auctions -2009 Shannons Melbourne Summer Classic Vehicle Auction
 
1924 Dodge Phaeton
Chassis#: A175-06
Sold for $7,605
  2009 Bonhams - Bicentennial Pavilion at Hotel Murano
 
1924 Dodge Series 116
Sold for $6,050
  2009 The Old Car Heaven Museum Auction
 
1924 Dodge Pickup
Sold for $3,575
  2007 RM Auctions - The Fawcett Movie Cars
 
1924 Dodge Depot Hack
Sold for $38,500
  2007 Worldwide Auctions - Sterling McCall 2007
 
1924 Dodge Series 116 Touring Car
Chassis#: A89235
Sold for $22,000
  2004 S. Ray Miller Collection
 
1924 DODGE BROTHERS DOCTOR'S COUPE COUPE
Sold for $6,000
  2003 Kruse Auction - McCalla, AL
 
1924 DODGE SERIES 116 ROADSTER
Sold for $8,800
  2002 Kruse Auction - Tulsa, OK
 
1924 DODGE BUSINESS SEDAN
Sold for $5,300
  2001 Kruse Auction - Oklahoma City, OK
 
1924 DODGE 1/2 TON PADDY WAGON
Sold for $23,100
  2001 Barrett-Jackson - Scottsdale 2001
 

Vehicles That Failed To Sell

1924 Dodge Brothers Series 116's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
VehicleChassisEventHigh BidEst. LowEst. High
1924 Dodge Brothers Roadster 2017 H & H Auction : The Donington Park Motor Car Auction $15,000$20,000

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Vehicle Profiles

Chassis information for the Dodge Brothers Series 1161924 Tourer
Chassis Num: A-100184
Engine Num: A172-181
Chassis information for the Dodge Brothers Series 1161925 Roadster
Chassis Num: A-358029
Engine Num: A429-931


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