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1930 Dodge Brothers

1930 Dodge Brothers in A Chump at Oxford, Movie, 1940 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: US

1930 Dodge Brothers

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Alexander DE

2006-06-23 23:41

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Raul1983 FI

2006-06-24 19:48

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1930-1931 Dodge Brothers

Alexander DE

2006-06-24 20:30

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Good find, again! :)

By 1930 the brand name was only Dodge. In 1928 Dodge Brothers Company was sold to Chrysler by the owner Dillon, Read & Company, and was from then on the Dodge Division in the Chrysler Corporation.

Raul1983 FI

2006-06-24 22:30

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After investigation I'd say you are right. In 1930 Dodge Brothers and Dodge Brothers Truck names changed to Dodge and Dodge Trucks. Some books I have still use the name Dodge Brothers Trucks for 1932 trucks. Infact I've seen one catalogue which still used the name Dodge Brothers in 1935.

pilou BE

2006-06-25 12:43

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Rault 983 is right in that the name Dodge Brothers has continued to be used up till 1935.After 35 the marque name was changed from Dodge Brothers to Dodge , though some reference works already mention the name Dodge as from 1933 at least on the light trucks as pick-ups.The truck here being a heavy duty early thirties tanker should be called a Dodge Brothers.After the take-over by Chrysler by 1930-1931 the Dodge Brothers trucks were manufactured in Chtysler's Graham Brothers Division.

Alexander DE

2006-06-26 16:23

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Thanks for the info, Pilou.

Sorry, Raul, it seems you were correct right from the start! :)

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