1924 Dodge Brothers Type B Business Sedan
Price: US $7,500.00 Item location: Rosholt, Wisconsin, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Dodge
- Model: Other
- Year: 1924
- Mileage: 66,000
- VIN: A131422
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1924 Dodge OtherI need an open slot in my shed so my '24 Dodge Type B Sedan needs to go.I bought the car as a '25 model but the title states it's a '27 model.Being happy to have a clear title I didn't mess with it but it is a 1924 model according to the Dodge Brothers serial number list.The previous seller installed four, new, 32" Ã— 4" tires and tubes.The engine had been bored .040" with a set of new EGGE pistons.What I know: It's an early Dodge so anyone familiar knows about how they shift.Get it into 3rd ASAP.If you haven't watched the "Dodge Brothers in the Oil Field" video search for it.The engine was running while I took the photos.My wife immediately named this car "The Gangster Car" which fits pretty well I think.I got it with a new deep cycle Marine battery which is good and it has a 12 volt system for those who don't know.I've had speedometer difficulties.The one that came with the car worked and then started acting stupid so I bought another and experienced the same results.I believe it's a cable problem rather than a speedometer issue.Both come with the car as well as a couple rod bearing inserts and the original pentagram radiator cap.I bought a British radiator cap to mount a new MotoMeter to add a bit of bling as I didn't want to drill the original cap which comes with the car too.The crank is in the storage compartment under the front seat which is hinged to reveal the compartment.I had to the have the front seat reupholstered for the seat to function properly as it wouldn't lift.We've had some fun times with this car along with friends.I also have a "sort of" spare tire mount with an extra split rim for the car.I know the rim is correct but the bracket is not but will come with the car as well as a spare North East GA starter generator.I also have an Autolite "beep beep" horn which came with the car but I think cars of this vintage demand a Klaxon type horn which is on it now.I did nothing cosmetic to the car except add drip rails along the top.I have had the car up to 50 MPH, just for fun, but that got scary.......it's most comfortable around 35 MPH.I can store the car for a reasonable amount of time so you can relax about that detail.Winter will soon be upon us and the car is in a good place.
If you choose to buy this car a non-refundable $500.00 deposit is required within 24 hours.Transportation and insurance is 100% on the buyer.