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 Dodges reputation for dependability and propelled the brand to the number two spot United States by producing over 141,000 vehicles.
Sadly, 1920 also…Read More