New Dodge Six with Floating Power - 1932
NEW DODGE SIX WITH FLOATING POWER. Detroit, MI: Dodge Division of Chrysler Corp., 1932.12 pp (unnumbered). double-fold triptych which folds out into large atlas folio 29 x 22.5 in. poster. Pict. wraps, color-illustrated throughout, numerous black & white illustrations. First edition of this very scarce dealer’s brochure for the beautifully designed 1933 Dodge models line-up. This 1933 year featured Chrysler Floating Power engine mountings, and a very desirable styling change with a graceful new raked grill which scooped down into the bumper, and a longer wheel base. Dodge also adopted the silent running, all-helical gear transmission, and models included the Salon Brougham, Coupe, Convertible Coupe, Sedan, Coupe with Rumble Seat, and 2-door Sedan.