Original motor Dodge’s dependable 230 cid flathead six and transmission runs drives no problem. And it's in the garage and all clean. Gyro-Matic two-range (four-speed) semi-automatic transmission with fluid coupling and clutch. The clutch is required only to shift between low range, high range and into reverse. The shift lever control on the steering column mimics “three on the tree” but without “first” gear position. Nothing has been changed on this 1952 original car. Dodge used high quality components often not found standard on competitors at the time including aluminum pistons, automatic choke, “floating power” engine mountings, and full-pressure lubrication of the engine and oil filter. Something new for Dodge in 1952 was key-start. Priced to sell will take offers from serious buyers who would like to come look at the car.
LocationWoodbury, Connecticut Mileage:88,000 Engine: 6 cylinder Flat Head Body Type: Sedan Interior: Cream Exterior: Green