1949 to 1952
Body versions :
Saloon , Coupé ,Cabriolet
Gasoline: 3.8 liters
The Dodge Wayfarer was a Dodge Dodge car in Detroit , which was introduced as a successor to the Dodge Deluxe in February 1949.
The car had - like its sister models Meadowbrook , and Coronet had a side-mounted six-cylinder in-line engine with 3769 cc, the 103 bhp (76 kW) at 3600 / min. made. The wheelbase of the chassis was 2921 mm.
As models, a 2-door sedan for up to 6 passengers, a 2-door 3 passenger coupe and a 3 passenger 2-door roadster (convertible) were made.
All bodies were kept in the new, fashionable pontoon form. With a few changes, especially on the radiator grille, the models were manufactured until 1952. In the model year 1952 the Roadster fell away.
When the Dodge models for the model year 1953 were presented in November 1952, the Wayfarer had merged into the model series Meadowbrook. In four years 217,643 pieces were created.
Body versions: Saloon , Coupé ,Cabriolet
Engines: Gasoline 3.8 liters (76 KW)
Length: 4937-4986 mm
Wheelbase: 115" 2921 mm
Curb weight: 1388-1441 kg
previous model: Dodge Deluxe
successor: Dodge Meadowbrook