Dodge Brothers 1921 Touring Car

1921 Dodge Brothers Touring Car

Technical specifications of Dodge Brothers Touring Car 1921

Price: US $12,750.00
Condition: Used
Item location: Hastings, Minnesota, United States
Make: Dodge Brothers
Model: Touring Car
Type: Convertible
Year: 1921
Mileage: 100,000
VIN: 13030140390142243
Color: Black
Engine size: 4 Cyl Gas
Number of cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 2WD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

What we have here is a fine 1921 Dodge Brothers Touring Car.
This is a vehicle that is best used to visit car shows, general events, just fun to show around.
The car runs and drives well for a vehicle that is almost 100 years old.
There are no dents or otherwise and damage but there are a few spots at the rear fender where the paint should be redone.
The roof is in good shape without any rip's.
The car is rust free and all the wood is also in good condition.
There is a new Optima 12 Volt battery installed, I keep them on a battery maintainer over the winter.
There is a small crack in the lower left portion of the windshield.
The gas tank was removed and professionally cleaned and sealed.
Please also note that the mileage is only for the listing and is not accurate !
Parts are still available and you have a lot of fun explaining why it is not a Ford but a Dodge Brothers and how much more superior and more expensive this car was in comparison of the Ford's at the time.
The history between Ford and the Dodge Brothers is also interesting.
You will sure stand out at the next car meet.
If you looking for power steering with power breaks, this is not it !
If the final price goes over $ 12,500, I will include an extra engine !
Please let me know if you have any questions and I will answer the best I can
The car is located in the St. Paul, MN area
I can help loading the car if you want to have it shipped but you would have to make arrangements with the shipping company
However, it should really go in an enclosed trailer if it goes cross country !
Happy bidding !

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