The 1941 Dodge Custom Town Sedan had a base price of $999 and was the most popular in its line. Dodge built 72,067 Custom 4-door sedans. Its popularity was assured by the new styling. Read more about the 1941 Dodge Custom Town Sedan.
From its early days as an independent to its merger with Chrysler, Dodge has produced quality cars. Models from the 1940-1948 years upheld traditional Dodge values of durability and great monetary value. Find out what makes the 1940-1948 Dodge special.
The 1946-1949 Dodge Custom Convertible was the postwar continuation of the Dietrich-styled bodywork. It lasted through the spring of 1949, at which point Dodge's restyled "second series" 1949s appeared. Read more about this classic car.
The 1946-1949 Dodge Custom Convertible was the postwar continuation of the Dietrich-styled bodywork. It was powered by an inline six engine that produced 102 horsepower. Read more about the body of this collectible car.
The 1941-1942 Dodge Custom Convertible put a facelift on the 1940 model, featuring a more massive divided grille. The distinctive Dodge ram mascot was now unrecognizable. Read more about the specifications and pluses and minuses of this classic car.