DODGE BROTHERS TRUCKS FROM 1933 to 1935:

1925 DODGE BROTHERS PICKUP TRUCK

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  • Dodge Brothers Series F truck. Extremely Rare Survivor Dodge Brothers Truck with original drivetrain and sheet metal. This fun original runner and driver gets a lot of looks. If you want to be in the spotlight at the car show or anywhere you go, this is the vehicle. See more pictures here- Call Richard Bike not included.

    I enjoy trawling the interwebs for Dodge Brothers trucks and cars. They are very well-built, solid vehicles, but many of them have not survived; time is a cruel mistress. I found myself sitting up late the other night, when I ran across this 1924 model – I believe a Series 116 – and had to take a closer look. (Yeah, I’m the guy who stays up late to look at pictures of cars.)

  • I enjoy trawling the interwebs for Dodge Brothers trucks and cars. They are very well-built, solid vehicles, but many of them have not survived; time is a cruel mistress. I found myself sitting up late the other night, when I ran across this 1924 model – I believe a Series 116 – and had to take a closer look. (Yeah, I’m the guy who stays up late to look at pictures of cars.)

    I enjoy trawling the interwebs for Dodge Brothers trucks and cars. They are very well-built, solid vehicles, but many of them have not survived; time is a cruel mistress. I found myself sitting up late the other night, when I ran across this 1924 model – I believe a Series 116 – and had to take a closer look. (Yeah, I’m the guy who stays up late to look at pictures of cars.)

  • Styling seeped into the truck design offices of Chrysler Corporation - Dodge Brothers trucks. They had a rugged product, they now just needed to pretty it up a bit. Pictured: 1929 Dodge panel, note the multiple colors, belt line strip, fender mount spare, wire wheels.

Classic car ads for the Dodge Brothers Trucks.

When Chrysler Corporation purchased Dodge Brothers, they also gained Graham Brothers trucks. At that point, any truck with a Dodge Brothers nameplate was rated at 1/2 ton; all larger trucks were sold under the Graham Brothers name. On January 1, 1929, Graham Brothers trucks became Dodge trucks, and a new legacy began. [Note: Bill Watson wrote, “1930: Graham Brothers Truck and Dodge Brothers Truck become Dodge Truck and the Dodge Brothers car becomes Dodge. Both, however, continue to use the Dodge Brothers Star of David emblem to the end of the 1938 model year.”]