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End of 4-cyl production from Time Magazine- Monday, Apr. 09, 1928


Jim Anselmo

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A blurb from Time Magazine -

"Dodge Bros. (Edward G. Wilmer, president), having figured a production schedule that permits them to sell a new 6-cylinder model (the Standard Six) for $875, last week abandoned production of the old 4-cylinder car that for many a year stood them in good sales stead. Its price had been almost as much as that of the Standard Six. Other current Dodge models are the Victory Six and the Senior.

Result of the three Graham brothers* investing some of the millions, which they made by selling out their truck manufacturing business to Dodge Bros., in what is now called the Graham-Paige Motors Corp.: 7,500 cars made this March; 2,428 cars in March 1927; about 12,350 cars and $350,000 earnings in the first three months of this year; 6,006 and $185,798 loss in the first three months of last year."

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