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  1. In a different lifetime, I started to write a book on Detroit Lubricator and Stewart carburetors. The Stewart Carburetor Company was a division of the Detroit Lubricator Company, so I have included both. I have long since realized that the book is not going to happen. But I thought some might like to see the customer list, at least of what I have been able to research. And apologies beforehand to any of you who have Graham blood running in your veins. I have spent hundreds of hours poring over Graham material, and have come to the conclusion that it is much easier to wo
  2. G'day from Australia. Have a Standard Six tourer, was getting engine rebuilt, block failed crack testing (source of over-heating problem). Second block looked better, but also cracked. (Crack too large for any welding attempt.) Mate has a later Dodge/Plymouth engine (50's?) he is donating, just to check possibilities of a swap. Haven't seen the motor yet, but would be guessing a 25" block, and maybe 218cu.in. Whatever it maybe, (picking up Friday), I realise fitting to car needs mods, but only looking at options at the moment. My main question is it- a/. possible
  3. I’ll add another car I know of. Here locally in Kamloops. The Fuoco family have deep roots in Kamloops. In 1913 three Fuoco brothers arrived in Kamloops. Immigrants from Italy. This 1928 Dodge Bros Standard Six was owned by one of the Fuoco family members. They started up the “Modern Bakery” here. We suspect the car was possibly used for deliveries. There is a brass bell on the front that rings with the push of a button on the dash. By the year 2017 the Dodge was well under its way to returning to nature. Rotting away in an old Fuoco family member’s garage. There was n
  4. I picked up a binder of wiring diagrams. They were originally published in Automobile Digest so that repairmen could remove them and build up a collection in these binders. These ones span the years 1920 - 1925 and it seems like most American makes are included. See the (long) list below. If you need any of these, let me know and I'll scan it for you. Send me a PM with your email address. Peter Make Models Date Allen 41 1920
  5. This is cool. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1934-Dodge-DR-Convertible-Coupe-/143633086561 1934 Dodge DR Convertible Coupe Former "Best of Show" -AACA Nationals- "First Place Winner" Meadow Brook Concours d'Elegance Impressive, rare, and incredibly well preserved since the complete and accurate restoration prior to winning two of the most coveted Show awards in the country. At the time S. Ray Miller of Indiana was presenting his '34 Dodge DR at prestigious shows, he also owned and managed "One of the Ten Best Small Automobile Museums In
  6. I believe that DODGE put out 4 different models of 6 cylinder cars around 1928-29 . A Standard 6 , a Senior 6, a DA [ I don't know what the initials stood for] and the VICTORY SIX. I am in Australia and always wondered whay they called it the VICTORY SIX. It was because it came out in 1928 , 10 years after Victory in WW1. The one I had was built in 1929 .. It was a RH drive Tourer, had a chain driven generator and the exhaust manifold outlet [ I am almost certain was at the rear of the engine on the RH side ]. The steel pedals soon became too hot to drive bare-foote
  7. 1948 Dodge Shell oil Tanker - $6950 - Anoka, MN https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/ank/ctd/d/forest-lake-1948-dodge-shell-oil-tanker/7158789629.html 1948 Shell oil gas tanker 6 cyl standard 4 speed,, Shell oil # 41761, Title was lost long ago selling on a bill of sale, The engine Turns Over but has No Spark. Came for the factory Color Red Shell oil painted It Yellow now it is Blue. 06808 miles. Contact: Dennis (651) 4-six-4-8-5-four-3 Copy and paste in your email: f202ba755a4c33b9bf60ee1fcb484457@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the
  8. I also like late-30s coupes and have owned both Ford and Plymouth. I generally like Ford styling better but the 37 Plymouth is a good-looking car. Ford did get hydraulic brakes in 39 and of course it was powered by the legendary flathead V-8. That said, I think the Plymouth is a better-built car. The six is about the same HP as the flathead and Chrysler used variations of it for about 50 years. I'm not sure but I think the P4 Deluxe had dual wipers standard while the P3 had only one with the second optional. You should be able to find original gauges, or the aftermarket companies make si
  9. I’ve been on the Dodge pilot house website for many many years with a small collection of pilot house trucks. Recently my wife inherited a 1928 Dodge brothers standard six in incredible condition. Appears to be mostly original few items missing with very minimal rust and it looks to be original interior with a few small mice holes. I’m trying to get hub off the rear so I can get the tire changed and at the same time paint the wheels. I read through a different post with options on how to get it off while putting the weight from one side and hitting the other but nothing seems to help. I found
  10. C22 is a 1939 Chrysler Royal six cylinder. 241 cu in, 3 3/8 bore X 4 1/2 stroke, 100HP. Part of a series of engines made from 1937 or 38 up to the early seventies, used in Chrysler and DeSoto cars until 1954, in Dodge trucks until 1968 and in Dodge Power Wagon military vehicles until 1972 also Chrysler industrial and marine engines possibly as late as 1972. A version of this engine was used in Canadian made Plymouth, Dodge, DeSoto and Chrysler cars and Dodge trucks 1938 - 1959 (Cars) and possibly later in trucks. They made millions of these engines and there are still p
  11. Just a quick question are any parts interchangeable between a 1929 DA Dodge and a 1928 Standard Six mainly steering box and pitman arm) I’m guessing probably not but you don’t know if you don’t ask. Thanks for any help. Cheers Ben
  12. You might just scroll down to the "Dodge and Dodge Brothers" section of this forum and post the question there. There will be some 1928 Standard Six owners there who can answer. I know the rim you are talking about. I have never dealt with that type.
  13. Does the Senior 6 have a Lycoming engine? I doubt it and would not believe it without some documentation. In Chiltons Interchange 1927-33, the Auburns were shown as Lycoming engine with the engine model given. The Senior 6 had no such annotation. On https://www.allpar.com/mopar/list.html the engine is shown thus The Dodge Brothers six cylinder engines : Size Bore Stroke CID Use 208 3.375 3.875 208.0 1928-1930 Dodge Brothers Victory Six/Standard
  14. I am not 100% what the differences were between 1928 and 1929 Dodge Brothers Standard Six Cars where. Below here is a 1928 that I work on. It looks very similar to the one in the first photo above.
  15. I think it is a 1928 Dodge Brothers Standard Six sedan....
  16. Looks like a 1927 or 1928 Dodge Brothers Standard Six to me.
  17. Hi folks, I posted this in the Bodge Brothers Forum but thought I would try here too. Incase someone has any ideas. I am in need of 4 quantity brake cables for mechanical brakes on a 1928 Dodge Brothers Standard Six. If anyone has any ideas on a source, please let me know. Pic of cables here. Thanks, Keith
  18. This thread is not about the Dodge ON the trailer, I want to PULL the trailer with it. My four year old daughter does car shows with me in our 28 Dodge. Last season she entered her power wheels along side the real car and had a blast. I want to be able to tow her power wheels to the show with the old Dodge, a 28 standard six. I'm looking at an early 1900s wood wagon with wood spoked wheels. Two axles and I think the front turns. Weight won't be an issue. As it will be pretty much empty all the time. I'm curious what would have passed for a trailer hitch ba
  19. Hello everybody, I recently acquired a 1929 Dodge Brothers Standard Six. My problem is locating the body number. I have the motor number, I have the frame number, (they don't match) I have no tag on the dash, and no plate on the floor board. I have sanded all the paint off the pass post, both sides, front and middle post and can not find any numbers. Where else can I look? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!!
  20. Yes it is a Victory Six touring in standard trim with wire wheel option. There were touring cars sold in the U.S., and yours appears to be a Budd bodied export. The color may be Dauphine Red and Manitoba brown. These colors were offered on roadsters, and since it is most likely that roadsters and touring cars came down the same assembly line, it is possible that a touring car snuck by with roadster colors. However, this color scheme on your car was not announced by the factory. Of course this does not matter; you just need to enjoy this car. It is beautiful! The brass work on your
  21. The last year for a full-size standard manual shift US car was 1973, and the car offering it was the Chevrolet (Bel Air model). Interestingly, that car was also available in six cylinders, and in fact, if you wanted the six, the only available transmission was the column-mounted three speed manual. I believe this is the only example of a 1970's US full size car that was available only with a manual transmission. What prompts this posting is that I actually recently saw a '73 Bel Air with the 3-speed/6 cylinder at a local car show. I would guess that less than 1000 of these were actually pr
  22. I have just discovered one of the lifter screws has broken ,fortunately there is no damage to my Senior. The part number is 200418, the same as the Standard Six. Is there anyone who has this part for sale?
  23. 1928 To 29 Dodge Brothers 128, fast four and Standard Six And Victory Six and some Senior Six cars,. I have about 25 of them in all conduitions and have used them in Dodge Brothers cars for the past 40 years
  24. In 1928 the series 128 four cylinder and the Standard Six and the Victory Six all had all steel bodies , the only wood that was used was to hold the trim and the insert for the roof . The Senior for this year was a wood and steel coach body built by Murphy for Dodge Brothers . So it is correct to say that Dodge Brothers had all steel bodies in this year and the years before these . bob
  25. That was in the old cars weekly link you posted: When equipped with standard size tires, the Senior Six was designated Series 2251; with oversize tires, Series 2252." I guess that the larger tires may also explain why the truck model chart above only had the 2249 and the 2252 listed. Makes sense I guess.... still wish we had some factory or brochure photos of the Senior Six engines so I can compare them to truck info... I just don't understand why a select few trucks in the D series had a completely different numbering system for the serial numbers for this shor
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