UPDATE! CAR IS NO LONGER FOR SALE.....Beautiful example of a much cherished Dodge Saloon with the famous 'Fluid Drive' 3 speed which made for effortless driving. Coupled to a 3.8 litre V6 engine which gave it the power it needed. This car is in fantastic condition having had a restoration in the late 90's in Canada where it came from and where it spent most of its life until coming to Ireland in 2004 and where it continued to be pampered by never being left outside once hence the complete absence of rust. The car is in its original cream paint called 'Panama Sand' which sums it up when you see it in the flesh.
One of the outstanding features on the car are it's double 'Suicide Doors' which would make many a Rolls Royce wedding car driver green with envy as if ever a car was made for weddings then it has to be this one! The space in the rear has to be seen to be believed.
1942 Dodge Deluxe 4 Door Sedan
This is a short video that I recorded of my 1942 Dodge when I first got it.
It was pretty complete but missing a lot of paint. The car was parked in a
rural garage since 1965 prior to my aquisition in 1997.
1949 Dodge Wayfarer: Gangster Style - /BIG MUSCLE
Black paint, steel wheels and a look and feel that any high ranking mobster
would kill for. This is the 1949 Dodge Wayfarer and unbeknownst to some,
it's one of the coolest old school hot-rods we've ever seen. Owner Dan
Zuccaro has taken a vehicle with humble roots and transformed it into a
superb driver, show stopper and bad-ass street rod that steals the show
wherever it goes.
1948 Plymouth: Hop in for a quick ride!
1948 Plymouth Special Deluxe two door Club Coupe all original. Going for a
quick spin, pulling a hill in third gear and then turning a tight circle in
1948 Dodge Two Door Coupe Grn ZH022213
There was a lot of communality of design for Plymouth, Dodge, DeSoto and
Chrysler during this immediate post-war period. Each make had its own
engine lineup, flathead 6's and 8's. Dodge just offered a flathead 6.
This Dodge had Fluid Drive, and according to the owner, Gyromatic, Dodge's
name for its semi-automatic transmission. There were 4 forward gears, two
ranges, and shifting between the two speeds in each range was accomplished
by letting up on the gas pedal. You had to use the clutch to select the
range, so it wasn't totally clutchless driving. You can see that this car
has really been well restored, and the upholstery really has that luxurious
look! You'll notice how big a part the grille played in vehicle
identification...you could quickly tell the difference among the makes at
Chrysler Corporation by getting a quick look at the grille...and of course,
the tailights helped!
1948 Plymouth cold start up
1948 Plymouth cold start up. Almost 90,000 miles on engine. Only regular
maintenance (head's never been off, valves and rings original).
This 1952 Dodge pickup began life on January 16, 1952 in the San Leandro
Assembly plant in California. I bought it 22 years ago from a man who
purchased it off a used car lot in Loma Linda, Ca. in 1955 and had owned
it ever since. He believed he was only the second owner, and the truck
shows only 60,358 miles on the odometer. I have obtained a copy the
original build card from Daimler-Chrysler for this vehicle in June of 2007
and it shows that the original motor is still in place. It runs smooth and
strong and I don't believe it has ever been apart. The truck drives
exceptionally well and has the feel you would expect in a low mileage,
unmolested vehicle of this age. Technically, it is a 1952 Dodge B3B High
Side Pickup T-306 10 B-108" 3-Speed with Fluid Drive. It also had the
Deluxe Cab option which included vent windows. For more details on this
unusual truck, visit: http://www.rd-foerster.com/1952dodgeb2b.htm
1947 DODGE TOUR
Post of a video of my 1947 Dodge that had been delated at some point
Dodge Hellcat-Viper-Hellcat Thrash Battle! - Roadkill Ep. 38
Roadkill is now powered by Dodge! To kick off the sponsorship, Finnegan and
Freiburger called for some brand new 2015 supercars: the 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger
SRT Hellcat and Charger SRT Hellcat, plus a 645-horsepower Dodge Viper GT.
Why? For an epic thrash, of course! This video has more tire smoke than
you've ever seen from these cars, plus a big, irresponsible surprise at a
motocross track. There are guest spots from Carlos Lago from Motor Trend,
Fred Williams from Dirt Every Day, and pro drifter Tony Angelo. None of
these guys should have been handed the keys. And by the way, we used the
Hellcat red keys the whole time.
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1947 Dodge 4dr
Just a quick spinn around da car before we start tearing it apart
music is The Ramblers "50-50 love" on album Sittin' in with Harlem Jade &
Jax vol. 4