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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!

Getting To Know The Dodge Brothers


 
It’s a big year for us and as 2011 marches along, comes a new opportunity to show the world exactly what Dodge has to offer. Our new line up of vehicles come packed with power, style, technology and genuine automotive soul. We’re swinging for the fences this year with all-new products designed to make the world sit up and take notice. Dodge has a long and storied history of innovation, and the pioneering spirit is a treasured trait that was handed down from our founders, John and Horace Dodge. Read More

Getting To Know The Dodge Brothers

Celebrate Dodge Heritage at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum

 

Short of driving your own ’57 Dodge Sweptside Truck through downtown Auburn Hills, there’s no better way to celebrate your affinity for Dodge products than by visiting the Dodge Gallery at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum. The collection includes such company milestones as that aforementioned Sweptside, as well as concept cars dating all the way back to the Dodge brothers’ initial collaboration.
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Celebrate Dodge Heritage at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum