The Dodge Custom (also: Dodge Series D19) was a passenger car company Dodge in Detroit, together with the Deluxe model replaced the Luxury Liner in September 1940. The Custom was the better equipped the 1941 model. As Dodge Series D22 This model was built from September 1941 until the cessation of civil production in February 1942. 1946 was the custom together with its sister model, the Deluxe, the first Dodge to the Second World War. It was not until the middle of the model year 1949, he was replaced by the Dodge Coronet series.
Like its sister model better equipped Deluxe had the custom of the model year 1941 the side-valve six-cylinder in-line engine of the predecessor Luxury Liner with 3569cc, the (67 kW) gave 91hp at 3800 rpm now, however. There was a short chassis with 3,035 mm wheelbase 2-door Club Coupe with 6 seats, a 2-door convertible, a 2-door Brougham (sedan) and two 4-door sedans, were each mixed with 5 seats available. On the long chassis with a 3,493 mm wheelbase, there was a sedan and a Pullman limousine, each with 4 doors and 7 seats. Compared with the previous Deluxe and Custom had posted alongside the more powerful engine, larger windows and all doors at the front.
In short model year 1942 was the custom, as well as its sister model Deluxe, a bigger engine with 3772cc and a power output of 105hp (77 kW) at 3600 rpm. The vehicle’s front was changed: The front grille consisted of seven chrome cross bars that stretched between the headlights.
Custom and Deluxe were also called the first model series produced after the Second World War by Dodge. The above-mentioned pre-war constructions were essentially taken. Only the grille was changed slightly and showed only a chromed grid pattern. The 3.8 liter – engine delivered 102hp only (75 kW), and both the 2-door Brougham and the Pullman limousine were no longer available. Then broke the middle of the model year in January 1949, the Modellreihe Coronet den Custom ab.
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