This is a 1921 Dodge Brothers Touring car, a beautiful recent restoration and has excellent gloss black exterior paint and black and tan interior upholstery, also very well appointed. Engine runs great, has aluminum pistons, fresh tune up components (rotor, cap, coil, spark plug wires, spark plugs, fan belt, etc.). All three forward gears shift smoothly, clutch operates nicely and the gauges all function normally. The 33″ tires have some age cracks but have excellent tread, to include a fully aired up spare tire. All original with only a handful of exceptions, and the brakes work great and it cools well. A very nice original car.
This car was obtained from a car museum near Sacramento, CA and has virtually no rust anywhere owing to its long time residency on the West coast, where the only salt on the roads is from somebody spilling their McDonald’s french fries from time to time. This 1919 Ford has had a recent radiator replacement along with a functioning era correct Stewart speedometer. Included is a two-speed Ruckstell rear end, which effectively gives this formerly two speed car an additional two forward gear ratios.
New Firestone all-white tires including a side mounted spare give this all-black car a ‘tuxedo’ appearance, and the top and upholstery are relatively fresh.