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keiser31

1931 Dodge Brother trip/visit

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My wife and I just had the pleasure of a nice visit and overnight stay with a Dodge Brother and sister from Saskatchewan, Canada. They are Glen & Edna Wasmuth and they drive their 1931 Dodge Brothers DH6 sedan EVERYWHERE!! They have taken the car on a "Coast to Coast Tour" in the past and have made numerous other trips, including a trip to Alaska, California and other points. It was nice to see another DH6 and to talk in depth about the differences in the USA made cars vs. the Canadian made cars. I will also help Glen find parts needed for his car. Here are some photos of the wonderful folks and their car. It was frosty this morning! And I want to say to Glen & Edna, thanks for including a visit to us on your trip! John & Cherrie

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Great looking auto! Good story. But I am the oddball person here. I spotted what I think is a Dodge A-100 lurking in the background of pic # 4. Love those little flat nose trucks.

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Great looking auto! Good story. But I am the oddball person here. I spotted what I think is a Dodge A-100 lurking in the background of pic # 4. Love those little flat nose trucks.

Yep....that's one of my babies. I thought that I was odd because I own it. Come to find out...I am just odd!

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Great story! Nice car, they are very adventurous.

The tires caught my eye, they look like Michelin radials. Not bad, the profile is about right, almost look original but would obviously be safer. But how did he get the whitewall?

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Great story! Nice car, they are very adventurous.

The tires caught my eye, they look like Michelin radials. Not bad, the profile is about right, almost look original but would obviously be safer. But how did he get the whitewall?

650x16 1935 Ford rims....bolted right on.

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Great story.............noticed the totally original interior....was the navigational aid stock?

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For the continuing saga of the trip, please go to the "Dodge and Dodge Brothers" forum.

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