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.
Our 1932 Plymouth PB coupe with rumble seat and Champion trailer in the mountains @ Mena, Arkansas
1936 DODGE, D-2: By the end of the 1936 model year, 265,005 Dodges had been shipped, a rather remarkable recovery from the days of the mid-Depression only five years before. The D-2 had a new steel top that blended smoothly into the roof surface and also was wired for a radio antenna.
1934 DODGE SIX, DK: Following a steady shift in sales to the more economical Six, the eight-cylinder Dodge was removed from the market and the Dodge Six extended to both a 117- and 121-inch wheelbase, the latter with a different set of hood louvers. Independent coil spring front suspension was introduced and steel artillery wheels became standard. Wood spoke wheels no longer were available.
Classic Car Rental Connection - 1946 Dodge Deluxe Sedan
1946-1948 DODGE CUSTOM, D-24: Although similar in appearance to the 1942 models, the first postwar Dodges had front fender shapes that carried into the door panels, and included replaceable cartridge-type oil filters along with a new high -capacity oil pump. The demand for new cars was so great that production continued from 1946 until 1948 with relatively little change.
1931 DODGE EIGHT, DG: Free wheeling was made available on the Sixes and Eights, and the Rocky Mountain ram made its first appearance as a hood ornament on a Dodge. It was to endure as a familiar Dodge trademark for the next 25 years. 1931 also saw the demise of the Dodge roadster with its fold-flat windshield and hand-buffed leather seats.
1930 DODGE BROTHERS EIGHT, DC: Despite the Depression, Dodge unveiled its first L-head eight-cylinder engine, in a 114-inch wheelbase car. The straight eight had a displacement of 220.7 cubic inches and was equipped with a downdraft carburetor. Another Dodge line, the Six, had a 109-inch wheelbase, one of the shortest ever made by Dodge.
1939 Dodge Luxury Liner. Mine looks exactly like this! Not sure what yr it was, but I remember my grandpa Given having a car like this.