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[b]*** CAR HAS BEEN SOLD ***

For Sale: 1925 Dodge Brothers Touring car. This is a project car with an older partial restoration. The engine was tuned and was running nicely in 1987 and again in 2007 but has not run since then. I inherited this car from my father who bought it out of a junk yard in 1975. I planned to finish it but finally realize it requires more time than I have available. As far as I know it is a complete car; if there are any missing parts they are minor ones. Please see the photos for details; they do not show all of the parts but hopefully give you an idea of the car’s condition. There are many new parts (door handles, hub caps, step plates, front and rear floor boards, horn motor, running boards, battery box, window glass, and instrument gauge faces), some of which were bought from Romar and some of which were made by my father. Also included are many extra parts: one front and one rear leaf spring, one starter/generator, one radiator and shell, one engine hood, one front door, one speedometer, three original hub caps, about 10 extra wheel nuts, the original front window glass, a gas tank, a transmission shifter assembly and a few other random parts. There is also a hardcover Dodge Brothers Master Parts List reprint from 1927 that has several photos to help identify parts. Major things left to be done on the car include: restore upholstery and top, paint and attach front fenders, paint and assemble doors, re-paint body and dashboard, restore engine hood, re-plate wheel nuts, re-paint and attach gas tank, paint and assemble spare wheel. $2700 for everything. Car is located in a NW suburb of Minneapolis, MN. Post questions to this ad or call my cell: 763-568-8836. Additional photos available. </SPAN>





















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That's a great project, particularly if someone who buys it can either A)paint or B)upholster. Either one can save enough money to put together a nice car and keep it in the black (so to speak).

Of my first four collector cars, two were Dodge Brothers, a '24 touring and a 25 coupe. Reliable, solid cars, built like a rock and good 40-45 mph cars...I have a soft spot for them, though I no longer own one....

This is a bargain either way....

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Thanks to all for looking, and as you all said, the car did sell quickly (this afternoon). I sold it to a fellow Minnesotan who is excited to finish it. Hopefully I can see it when he is done - it is a nice car.

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