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1929 dodge six cylinder help

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I recently got a 1929 dodge from my grandfather who is a world war 2 vet and just passed away. How do I determine what model it is? I'm working on getting it running now. Just waiting on getting points for the ignition.

Thanks in advance!

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I have no answer to your question, but my condolences for your loss and compliments on the Dodge. It is beautiful. Don't let that family jewel slip away.

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I have a 30 Chrysler. Basically the same car.

They are great roadworthy cars.

Wish I could help.

Take care of that Beauty. Very nice automobile!!

You'll find a ton of help on the AACA forum. Don't be afraid to ask.

Bill H

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If you can supply a photo from the front and the number in the center of the dashboard on the little oval plate, we can tell you if it is a 1929 DA6 or a 1930 DD6.

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Sorry to hear about your grandfather. Very nice looking car! :cool:Sure glad you are keeping the car which, I'm sure, was his pride and joy. Like to see more pics to be sure, but sure looks like a model DA sedan to me. There should be a plate on floor board on passenger side with DA###### which would be the serial number. A motor number will help too.

More pics of dashboard, radiator emblem, wheels, motor, dash, etc.

Thanks for your post.

Rod

For an example. Here is the emblem on my 1930 DA Coupe and front of car.

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If you can supply a photo from the front and the number in the center of the dashboard on the little oval plate, we can tell you if it is a 1929 DA6 or a 1930 DD6.

Working on getting all the pictures and numbers. Thank you all for your help!

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I recently got a 1929 dodge from my grandfather who is a world war 2 vet and just passed away. How do I determine what model it is? I'm working on getting it running now. Just waiting on getting points for the ignition.

Thanks in advance!

Looks like a great car.

Be sure to place a thread in the "Dodge" portion of this web site.

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