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1919 Dodge Brothers Model 30

By 1919 Dodge was producing nearly 500 automobiles per day which equated to around 106,000 vehicles per year. This was also the year that Dodge produced its 400,000th vehicle.

New for 1919 were five-window coupes, custom-built limousines, four-door sedans, and town car taxicabs. The wheelbase measured 114 inches, and the engine was the same as previous years - an inline, L-head four-cylinder unit with a 212.3 cubic-inch displacement, solid valve lifters, four main bearings, and delivered 35 horsepower at 2,000 RPM. It was backed by a three-speed selective sliding transmission with floor shift controls, and a cone-type clutch. Braking was handled by two-wheel mechanical drums.

Prices ranged from $1,080 to $1,900. The two-door tourer and roadster listed for $1,085, and the sedan sold for $1,900. Wire wheels were standard on sedans and optional on other body styles. Optional equipment included side curtains, a tool kit, spare tire, front bumper, rear fender guards, windshield wiper, Motometer, luggage rack, horn, running boards, and wind wings.

by Daniel Vaughan | Jun 2006

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This 1919 Dodge Brothers Sedan was the last automobile owned and driven by automotive pioneer John F. Dodge, who formed Dodge Brothers, Inc. in 1914 with his younger brother, Horace.....[continue reading]


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1919 Dodge Brothers Model 30 Price Range: $1,090 - $1,905

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#1#2#3Dodge Brothers
1924Ford (1,922,048)Chevrolet (264,868)Dodge (193,861)193,861
1923Ford (1,831,128)Chevrolet (323,182)Buick (210,572)171,421
1922Ford (1,147,028)Dodge (152,673)Chevrolet (138,932)152,673
1921Ford (1,275,618)Chevrolet (130,855)Buick (82,930)81,000
1920Ford (806,040)Chevrolet (146,243)Dodge (141,000)141,000
1919Ford (820,445)Chevrolet (129,118)Buick (119,310)106,000
1918Ford (435,898)Buick (126,222)Willys Knight (88,753)62,000
1917Ford (622,351)Willys Knight (130,988)Buick (115,267)90,000
1916Ford (734,811)Willys Knight (140,111)Buick (124,834)71,400
1915Ford (501,492)Willys Knight (91,904)Dodge (45,000)45,000
1914Ford (308,162)Overland (48,461)Studebaker (35,374)370

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