The Dodge Heritage Series, Part 1: 1914-1929

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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.

 

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The Dodge Heritage Series, Part 1: 1914-1929

Welcome to the Scat Pack

The Scat Pack is back, and we’ve got the nuts and bolts of the past and present performance club in this infographic.

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Welcome to the Scat Pack

Dodge in World War II

Dodge in World War II

 

The scene above is somewhere in France in 1944, only days after D-Day, the Allied invasion of Normandy, and these soldiers have driven deep behind the lines in their Dodge WC-56 command car. But did you know that Dodge’s contribution to the war effort went far beyond cars and trucks? Here’s more.

 

After the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, the big Dodge Main plant in Detroit was converted almost overnight to full-time military production. Working virtually nonstop, three shifts per day and seven days…

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Dodge in World War II