Dodge took advantage of its first redesign after World War II to launch a line of short-wheelbase cars in the low-priced market. By reintroducing the roadster, the Wayfarer was something of a look backwards, but in a very fundamental way, it was also a peek into the division's future. Find prices and production for the 1949-1952 Dodge Wayfarer in the following chart.
The 1950 Dodge Wayfarer Sportabout was marketed
as "favorite of all youthful America."
1949-1952 Dodge Wayfarer Prices and Production:
|1949 Wayfarer (wb 115)||Weight||Price||Production|
|Total 1949 Wayfarer||63,816|
|1950 Wayfarer (wb 115)||Weight||Price||Production|
|Total 1950 Wayfarer||75,403|
|1951 Wayfarer (wb 115)||Weight||Price||Production|
|Total 1951 Wayfarer||--|
|1952 Wayfarer (wb 115)||Weight||Price||Production|
|Total 1952 Wayfarer||--|
1Combined 1951-1952 total. Combined 1951-1952 coupe and sedan production is 77,402 units.
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