Dodge Through the Decades – The Roaring 20’s!


As America recovered from World War One, the growing automobile industry began to take shape. Technology began to makes its way among all the manufacturers. Dodge capitalized on what it had learned building scout cars for the U.S. Army and the punishment they endured on the European battlefields and applied those great rugged attributes to civilian vehicles. In 1920, it was this durability that really solidified Dodge’s reputation for dependability and propelled the brand to the number two spot United States by producing over 141,000 vehicles.


Sadly, 1920 also…

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Dodge Through the Decades – The Roaring 20’s!

Dodge Brothers’ Innovative and Pioneering Spirit Lives On Today!

 

John and Horace Dodge were not just two brothers with a dream of starting their own car company, they also had a vision to be innovators within the industry. Their engineering and mechanical acumen was applied to the first vehicles that rolled off the Dodge Main Hamtramck assembly line back on November 14, 1914.

 

It wasn’t just the high quality of manufacturing, durability and toughness that brought consumers over to Dodge.  Technical breakthroughs such as electric self-starter motors and electrical lighting (unheard during the infancy of the auto industry) were standard…

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Dodge Brothers’ Innovative and Pioneering Spirit Lives On Today!

An Original General Lee Goes to Auction

 

Many of you know Jalen Rose as one of basketballs greatest players. From his college days at Michigan as one of the infamous “Fab Five” to his 13-year professional NBA career with the Denver Nuggets and Indiana Pacers. He was a natural athlete on the hardwood floors and his style would influence future players.

 

After he left the court he became an ESPN/ABC studio analyst along with hosting many NBA related shows. He also wanted to give back to the community and begun working on the Jalen Rose Leadership…

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An Original General Lee Goes to Auction