1940 Dodge Series D14 Deluxe Six

The Dodge D14 was the junior series for the Dodge marque. The D14 was comprised of multiple bodystyles including a two-door business coupe, two-door sedan, four-door sedan, Limousine and more. The base price for the D14 was just over $800 while the most expensive bodystyle, the Limousine, cost $1170. The most popular bodystyle was the four-door sedan which saw nearly 85,000 examples produced. Power for the D14 came from a six-cylinder engine that produced nearly 90 horsepower. The gearbox was the three-speed selective sliding transmission with column shift controls.
By Daniel Vaughan | Nov 2007

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1940 Series D14 Deluxe Six
1940 Dodge Series D14 Deluxe Six Price Range: $950 - $1,090

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1937Chevrolet (815,375)Ford (765,933)Plymouth (566,128)
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