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Dodge

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Dodge is a brand name of automobiles and light to heavy-duty trucks. From 1914 to 1927, the company was named the Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicle Company. The Chrysler Corporation acquired the Dodge company in 1928. In 1998, Dodge, along with all other Chrysler subsidiaries merged with Daimler-Benz.

In 1901, John Francis Dodge and Horace Elgin Dodge moved their Dodge Brothers Bicycle & Machine Factory to Detroit, Michigan. Their bearings and other parts were in demand with the early automobile industry, and they helped design motor parts for early Oldsmobiles.

In 1902, the Dodge Brothers were approached by Henry Ford, who was looking for help in financing his own automobile company. Dodge Brothers helped finance the start of the Ford Motor Company as well as manufacturing parts for early Fords, to Ford and the Dodge Brothers mutual financial benefit.

In 1914, the Dodge Brothers started their own auto company, which they named the Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicle Company, choosing 50 dealers initially from hundreds of applications, some of which remain successful today.


Dodge Car Inventory

Also available but not pictured:

  • '56 Dodge
  • '65 Dodge 4 door sedan
     
29 DODGE 2 DR Roadster

 

GONE!!

1940's DODGE 2 DR
1946 - 1948 DODGE  
  DODGE HOOD ORNAMENT
1949 - 1952 DODGE  
1946 -1948 DODGE COUPE
56 DODGE 2 DR  
1956 DODGE 2 DR
1956 DODGE ROYAL (plus Valiants)
56 DODGE WAGON SUBURBAN
57 DODGE 4 DR REGENT
1967 DODGE MONACO 4 DR HT
70 DODGE CORONET
70 DODGE   SATELLITE

Dodge Trucks

DODGE   Sweptside
DODGE   Truck
  DODGE/FARGO TRUCK CABS

 

 


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