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  • Reed Brothers Dodge (1915-2009)

    1932 DODGE EIGHT, DK: The Chrysler­ engineered Floating Power engine mountings were added to Dodge, and freewheeling was made standard equipment. A new automatic clutch was optional. Dodge held seventh place in sales as the automobile market reached its lowest ebb of the Depression with the entire industry barely registering a million units in sales.

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1935 DODGE, DU: During the next four years, Dodge cars appeared on a single wheelbase–116 inches. The radiator cap was moved to a place of concealment beneath the hood. Leaf springs replaced the coil in the front suspension until 1939 when coil springs were reintroduced to Dodge. These springs and other chassis components were made of a tough new steel alloy called Amola. With 155,899 shipments, Dodge was a solid fourth in sales.