Engine g
Engine
IL-4 Cly
Trans g
Transmission
3 Speed Automatic
Paint g
Exterior
Forester Green
Interior g
Interior
Black
Wheel g
VIN
11867
Key g
Stock #
168

Description

1920 Dodge Brother Pickup Truck

Car History

Dodge Brothers was an American brand of automobile manufactured by the Dodge brothers (John and Horace) who got their start making parts for Ford and other makers.

From the first Dodge Brothers automobile in 1914, the Dodge brothers' durability and quality earned their company a strong reputation and good sales.

They did not build an act...

1920 Dodge Brother Pickup Truck

Car History

Dodge Brothers was an American brand of automobile manufactured by the Dodge brothers (John and Horace) who got their start making parts for Ford and other makers.

From the first Dodge Brothers automobile in 1914, the Dodge brothers' durability and quality earned their company a strong reputation and good sales.

They did not build an actual truck until World War I, though with a half-ton capacity and a 35 horsepower four-cylinder engine.

Both of the Dodge Brothers died from the Spanish flu in 1920, and the company was sold by their families to Dillon, Read & Co. in 1925 before being sold to Chrysler in 1928.

We have a 1920 Dodge Brother pickup truck here at Adventure Classics and we believe it to be a very, very rare truck.

Engine & Drivetrain

As we stated earlier, this truck has what we believe to be the original 35 horsepower four-cylinder engine that it left the factory with way back then as well as all the factory components like the intake, heads, carb, and most other parts.

Our truck starts right up, the clutch and transmission work perfectly, and this truck is road ready right now. It is without a doubt a rare piece of automotive history.

We believe this truck came with wooden wagon wheels but they have been changed out to the wire wheels that is on it now with the blackwall tires.

Interior

The interior looks as it did too from the early days with the black upholstered seat, green painted dash, gauges, wood steering wheel, shifter, interior flooring in wood, refinished bed wood and side steps.

Exterior

All the metal on our Dodge is still original on this nearly century old Dodge and painted in a shade of green that it came in with a new black canvas top fabricated during the restoration.

There are no rips or tears anywhere. All gauges work, lights, horn, and everything. This truck has obviously been very well taken care of over the years and you just will not see these come along very often, if ever, and especially in this condition.

Conclusion

1920 as most avid Dodge collectors know, was the year that both Dodge
Brothers died and that the company was sold just a few years later.

That makes this 1920 Dodge Brother pickup truck here at Adventure Classics very rare and for being nearly 100 years old, it is really in unbelievable condition.

Call or email us at:

AdventureClassics@gmail.com

(727) 688-1148 OR (727) 580-9919

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