🔍 partially reviewed


1946 - 1949
United States

🗃 Full-size

The D24 was introduced in 1946, as the top trim level in the Dodge range (bigger than Plymouth's counterparts Dodge D25).[1] It differed from the basic Deluxe model only in terms of interior trim, seats, dual electric windshield wipers and chrome exterior beading around the windows.[1] The Custom was offered in 4-door 6 passenger Sedan, 4-door 6 passenger Town Sedan, 4-door 7 passenger Sedan, 2-door Club Coupe and 2-door Convertible models.[1] The 7 Passenger model rode on a 137.5 inch wheelbase and all other models on 119.5 inches (3.012 m).[1] All models were powered by a 230 cid inline six cylinder engine.[1] A three-speed manual transmission was standard whilst a "Fluid Drive" option provided "no metal-to metal contact between the power source and drive".[1]
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