3 DODGE SIX Despite the ongoing Great Depression, Dodge like much other mainstream car makes selling their products but still struggled. But in 1933, Dodge model year production almost quadrupled to 106,107 units placing the manufacturer into 4th place in industry output. Featuring the 201ci straight-six flathead engine and a beautiful two-tone paint job, this baby is a classic!
Additional features to note on this Dodge are floor-mounted three-speed manual transmission, dual fog lights, dual horns, dual full sized-spare tires with covers, opening windshield, steering column-mounted radio, interior driver’s fan (old school A/C), glass wind deflectors for each window, rear-mounted & body painted trunk, taillights with Dodge insignia, steel artillery wheels, luxurious red cloth interior seating, and rear gas tank.
A modern-day necessity, this car’s front brake system has been upgraded to discs brakes. It has so many features to look at its unbelievable! Not to mention, the bevy of spare maintenance parts, diagrams, manuals and spare paint that come with the sale. This is a great example of a car that has survived the years even though it has been cosmetically restored.