• Creator
  • Unknown
  • Created Date
  • 8-18-03
  • Description
  • Drawing for an advertisement. Dodge Bros. had been building all-steel bodies on their open cars since 1915. In early autumn of 1922 the Business Sedan came on the market with a body of welded steel, without the usual wooden frame, thus making it easier to pre-paint the unfinished bodies with oven-baked enamel. This saved hours of assembly time and the finish withstood much abuse without chipping, crazing, or fading. The 1922 Business Sedan had... more
    Drawing for an advertisement. Dodge Bros. had been building all-steel bodies on their open cars since 1915. In early autumn of 1922 the Business Sedan came on the market with a body of welded steel, without the usual wooden frame, thus making it easier to pre-paint the unfinished bodies with oven-baked enamel. This saved hours of assembly time and the finish withstood much abuse without chipping, crazing, or fading. The 1922 Business Sedan had a removable rear seat and footrest thus leaving 64 cubic feet of luggage or storage space in the rear compartment. American Dream; American Communities in History; Transportation--A Student's Historical Explanation. 13 Science, Technology and Society; 15 Economics; 16 History; 17 Geography; 18 Social Systems. less
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  • Dodge22