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1934 Dodge DR Convertible Coupe - The Phantom

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1934 Dodge Dr 6 Wheel Convertible Coupe - The Phantom

This car has been cared for by four generations and, as a result, runs like a champ.

With only little more than 1,200 ever being produced by Dodge, it is truly one of the rarest early models of Dodge extant. The Phantom is powered by a 218 cu in. 3.6 liter Straight Six producing around 160 ft lbs 87 hp. One of the more interesting features of this model is that all the window frame hardware can be cranked down into the body and the windshield folded forward, leaving a completely flush, uninterrupted steel torpedo of a body. There is a full rumble seat in the rear. 














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46 minutes ago, Matt Harwood said:

More proof that nobody made a bad looking car in 1934. Gorgeous!

I was just going to comment that the lines are very similar to my 34 Pontiac Cabriolet with rumble seat. It was my first antique auto purchased from the co founder of Mannheim Steamroller,  Your car is beautiful and in much better shape than my original 34.  I was always going to restore it but Cadillacs got in the way

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Here's a pic of my 34 Dodge conv. coupe. It's a Canadian car, model DT. I've owned it since 1979! The first pictures are when it was used in the movie Natty Gann in 1984. The last pictures show how it looks today... I  kept saying I'd restore it when I retired. That was 12 years ago. I think there's still time if I quit playing with the other cars in the shop.  I drove this car for about 15 years just the way it looks. Still one of my favorites. It started out life in maroon with black fenders and midnite blue leather upholstry.




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