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1915 Dodge brothers touring car, T bucket, flathead ford

  • Price: Ask a price!
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Other
  • Type: Roadster
  • Year: 1915
  • Mileage: 150
  • VIN: DPS assigned
  • Color: Rust
  • Engine size: 49 Ford 8RT flathead V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: 3 speed manual
  • Drive type: 3 speed manual
  • Interior color: Mexican blanket
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Mora, Minnesota, United States


1915 Dodge brothers touring car, rat rod, like a Ford T-bucket.
Mounted to chevy frame, inner tube structure for body strength.
Spring behind suicide front, straight axle, with friction shocks.
Rear end suspension modeled after Buick touring car, leaf springs and new shocks, with custom
Watts link.
3 speed manual trans with new clutch, throwout bearing, and freshly turned flywheel.
1949 Ford 8RT flathead with total rebuild. Block bored and decked, new speed pro pistons, crank ground,
new bearings, Erson performance cam and johnson adjustable lifters. New valves, valve springs, locks, etc.
Heads milled, performance valve job, 95% oiling mods so it has an oil filter unlike most flatheads.
Rochester 2 barrel carb on custom adapter.
New brakes from the master cylinder out.
New wiring from the fusebox out, new lights, blinkers, turn signals etc.
Electronic distributor with MSD box.
High torque mini starter, not a rewired 6 volt stock unit.
1 Wire GM alternator
New water pumps
Aluminum radiator with electric fan, so it runs cool even in a parade on a hot day.
New spun aluminum gas tank. New SAFETY glass tinted windshield, not cheap unsafe plate glass.
Things are done right, not hacked together.
Hop in and go, needs nothing but a new owner.
Need space so my loss here.
Hear it run here:
on youtube /watch?v=6AzSUcPmS-8
Body has been sanded and clear coated since these pictures, as can be seen in the video of it running.

On Jul-27-16 at 10:14:09 PDT, seller added the following information:

***Just to clarify a question that was asked:
This car has a clean, clear, Minnesota title, in my name, transfered last year (2015)
As it mention in the VIN tag section, it DOES have a vin number that was produced and applied
by the Minnesota department of motor vehicles. It has current plates, MN street rod plates in this
case, which never need tabs. It will be absolutely NO issue transfering this title in Minnesota
or any other state, I already did the leg work to assure this.
Further, this title does read 1915 Dodge, not a reconstructed, or special construction title.