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The Dodge Heritage Series: Part 10, Overview & Conclusion

 

1973 Dodge Challenger

 

Welcome back to the Dodge Heritage Series, a 10-part exploration of Dodge brand history. The goal of this installment — the final in the series (for now!) — is to provide a short description of, and easy navigation to, the nine previous Heritage Series posts. Thank you for reading, and enjoy!

 

The Dodge Heritage Series: Part 1, 1914–1929

The official history of the Dodge automobile begins in 1914, but the story of the Dodge brothers in the automobile business reaches back even further. John and Horace Dodge were among the…

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The Dodge Heritage Series: Part 10, Overview & Conclusion

The Dodge Heritage Series: Part 2, 1930-1939

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Welcome back to the Dodge Heritage Series, a 10-part exploration of Dodge brand history. In this post — number two in the series — we look into some of the many technical advancements made by Dodge between 1930 and 1939.

 

By 1930, the operations of the former Dodge Brothers Company were fully integrated into the Chrysler Corporation, with Dodge offering an exciting new lineup of advanced six- and eight-cylinder models.

 

The old Dodge Brothers label was discontinued on trucks in 1929 and on cars in 1930, replaced by the simpler and more…

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The Dodge Heritage Series: Part 2, 1930-1939

The Dodge Heritage Series, Part 1: 1914-1929

Dodge-Heritage-Series

 

Take a trip back in time with the Dodge Heritage Series, a 10-part exploration of Dodge history. In this post — the first in the series — we meet the Dodge brothers, John and Horace, whose commitment to innovation is still very much a part of how we do things today.

 

The official history of the Dodge automobile begins in 1914, but the story of the Dodge brothers in the automobile business reaches back even further.  John and Horace Dodge were among the pioneers of the Detroit auto industry.

 

Successful bicycle builders…

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The Dodge Heritage Series, Part 1: 1914-1929