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Dodge History

John and Horace Dodge, who were both talented machinists with aspirations to become successful in business, originally formed Dodge as the Dodge Brothers Company, in 1900. In 1914 they formed Dodge Brothers Inc and success was immediate as Dodge sales for 1915 hit 45,000, unprecedented figures for a new car at the time. By 1925 Dodge car sales had topped one million.

The 1920s saw the beginning of the end for Dodge as an independent company. Following John and Horace's deaths within months of one another at the beginning of the decade the company lacked the necessary leadership. In May 1928 Dodge was sold to Chrysler for $170,000.

Throughout the 1930s Dodge production was reduced to two core lines and 13 models. In1935 the Doge line adopted the Wind Steam' look an early form of streamlining. By the end of ...

John and Horace Dodge, who were both talented machinists with aspirations to become successful in business, originally formed Dodge as the Dodge Brothers Company, in 1900. In 1914 they formed Dodge Brothers Inc and success was immediate as Dodge sales for 1915 hit 45,000, unprecedented figures for a new car at the time. By 1925 Dodge car sales had topped one million.

The 1920s saw the beginning of the end for Dodge as an independent company. Following John and Horace's deaths within months of one another at the beginning of the decade the company lacked the necessary leadership. In May 1928 Dodge was sold to Chrysler for $170,000.

Throughout the 1930s Dodge production was reduced to two core lines and 13 models. In1935 the Doge line adopted the Wind Steam' look an early form of streamlining. By the end of the decade the Dodge 'Luxury Liner' range was launched.

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