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I am looking for a driver's side rear door for a '28 Dodge Victory Six.  Is there a door from another car that would fit?  I am wanting to restore it and the door is missing.  Any help would be appreciated.  I live in Kearney, Nebraska. Thanks.

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The Victory six I believe is the only one that has the distinctive pattern just below the windows.

If a door from another another model fit it would look out of place.

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"1929 Dodge Victory Six Doors"

 

About 5 years ago there wurz 3 doors for a 29(fit?) ,being offered at 200 each. 2 rears ,one front..

"28chevyguy" was the seller

 

 

 

I see you have do not have a "want ad "with the Dodge Brothers Club

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On 4/19/2021 at 11:33 AM, Hartsfive said:

I am looking for a driver's side rear door for a '28 Dodge Victory Six.  Is there a door from another car that would fit?  I am wanting to restore it and the door is missing.  Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks.

 

What's your location? SW NW NE SW Midwest... ?

 

Not sure the year on this one but Engine # is M105xxx

Located off I-10 west of Phoenix AZ

 

 

dont crush me bro (24).JPG

 

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On 4/19/2021 at 1:33 PM, Hartsfive said:

I am looking for a driver's side rear door for a '28 Dodge Victory Six.  Is there a door from another car that would fit?  I am wanting to restore it and the door is missing.  Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks.

Here's a link to a '28 or '29 Dodge 4dr parts car that's for sale in Milltown, WI:

Marketplace - 1928 Dodge Sedan | Facebook

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15 hours ago, 30DodgePanel said:

 

What's your location? SW NW NE SW Midwest... ?

 

Not sure the year on this one but Engine # is M105xxx

Located off I-10 west of Phoenix AZ

 

 

dont crush me bro (24).JPG

 

 

Interesting pick up.

 

 

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Even though it was a sedan at one point I've always thought if Chrysler designers would have produced a Vic Six truck it probably would have been a success. The body seems timeless in my view. Would have been a nice styling combo for sure.

 

Not to say the Merchant Express and other small Dodge Brothers trucks like the F10 and UF10 aren't appealing though, those too have always been some of the neatest 1/2 ton trucks. Actually that whole era of 1/2 ton trucks was pretty amazing no matter who the manufactures were. 

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