The 1955-1956 Dodge D-500, with its flair-fashion styling, helped Dodge shed its stodgy image. And for 1955, it was arguably the most powerful car on the road with a titanic hemi V-8 lurking under the hood. Get more specs for this classic car.
The 1955 Dodge Royal Sierra Custom Station Wagon was designed with "Flair Fashion" styling which featured two- to three-tone color schemes to make cars appear longer and lower. . Learn more about this custom classic.
There really was an American car that left the factory with a purse as standard equipment -- the 1955-1956 Dodge La Femme. Learn the story of this car designed specifically for "Her Royal Highness The American Woman," the 1955-1956 Dodge La Femme.
Dodge lost its stodgy image once and for all with the daring 'swept wing' styling of the 1957 Dodge Coronet Texan. It was a special custom trim model available only in Texas. See photos and learn about the 1957 Dodge Coronet Texan.
Top horsepower of the 1957-1959 Dodge D-500 ranged from 333-345 with two four-barrel carbs. These cars were extremely fast and could be quite colorful too, but some feel they're less distinctive than the 1956 D-500. Get more details about this classic car.
The 1954 Dodge Royal 500 Convertible is one of the priciest collector Dodges of the 1950-1970 era. A package model fashioned after the Royal convertible that paced the 1954 Indianapolis 500, it was a desirable Dodge. Read more about this classic car.
The 1950-1951 Dodge Wayfarer Sportabout was a continuation of the 1949 roadster with cleaner styling. It was often passed over in favor of the Chevy convertibles during these years. Read about the quality and specs of this collectible car.
The 1950 Dodge Coronet Diplomat was Dodge's first pillarless hardtop; apart from that there's little to recommend it as a collectible. Learn more about this classic car's production numbers, specifications and engine information.
The 1953 Dodge Coronet Eight Convertible was the soft-top model in the series that ushered in Dodge's first V-8. Restyled by Virgil Exner, the 1953 Dodge line looked lighter and less stodgy than earlier models. Read more about this classic car.
The 1950 Dodge Coronet Woody Wagon, featuring quality birch framing and mahogany decals on the doors, was the last of Dodge's woody wagons. Learn more about the specifications and pluses and minus of this classic car.