A 1915 Dodge stays warm on a cold winters day.
Shown here are a few Derham bodies from 1948 & 1949
“Compact, mobile repair shops, which allow tradesmen to move their workbenches right to customers’ doors, are now available in new “Job-Mated” Tradesman vans by Dodge.
In a unique approach to truck merchandising, Dodge has designed 18 special repair-shop-type interiors, with more than 45 interior-exterior options, for its versatile 90 and 108-inch-wheelbase vans.”
The Detroit Tigers won the 1968 World Series mostly due to pitcher Mickey Lolich. Lolich became the first and only pitcher to earn three wins on three starts in the World Series. After his team’s victory, Mickey and his family took part in a 10-day camping tour of America courtesy of Dodge recreational vehicles.
I recently wrote a piece for Hemmings Classic Car on some unique pieces of 1933 Dodge sales literature. In the piece I made reference to Chrysler’s presence at the 1933 World’s Fair. Here is some interesting footage from the King Rose Archives.