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Antique 1924 Dodge Brothers Special Series 116 Four Door Sedan
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Antique 1924 Dodge Brothers Special Series 116 Four Door Sedan
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1924 Dodge Brothers Special Series 116 Four Door Sedan   VIN A34841


This 1924 Dodge is the Special Series Model 116. 

In 1924 Dodge re-styled their lineup by adding louvers to the hood, and extending the wheelbase to 116 inches.

The 1924 Dodge Special Series 116  four door Sedan seated five people.

Extras for the Special Series 116 were: a plated radiator shell; automatic windshield wipers; and front and rear bumpers.  All these extras indicate that this is a Special Series 116;  not just a fully-loaded standard edition.

It has an 4 cylinder, 212 Cubic Inch engine which yields 35 horsepower with a Manual 3 speed transmission.  It is also outfitted with Budd-Michelin steel disc wheels, a rear-mounted spare tire & Boyce moto meter on the radiator.

The engine runs smooth and shifts well but like all Dodge cars of the era, it has a sensitive clutch.  The car is solid.  It has an older repaint that is currently showing some minor chips & checking, but overall,  the car presents itself very well. It is a remarkable starting car.  Starts first time...every time.  This is probably why the French, during WWI, favored the Dodge vehicles over the Fords.  The French loved the Dodge vehicles simply because they were so tough.  They took long use hours and war punishment better than the Fords.  This is documented as is the famous Dodge Brothers who really were responsible for Ford’s success by backing him after he had been turned down by every bank in the nation.  Fascinating story.

This Dodge has a 12 volt electrical system which was standard for Dodge at the time. Starts with a foot button.  The interior is showing touches of wear – while much of it is probably original to the car, including the headliner, door panels and roll-down window shades in the rear seat-area.  

The seats appear to be redone at some point but in the original style. 

Auxiliary turn signals have also been added.

The rear window has two BB holes....very old.  Shown in a picture. Does not seem to affect anything excepting to imitate a possible mob gun battle of the bootleg era.

For more information about the extensive mechanical restoration work that we have had accomplished, call Ron Royer here at the office.

Remarkable condition for a nearly 100 year old car.

Price:  $17,500

Shipping is not included. Drive off ready (with trip permit/license) We can help source car transport if necessary.