Dodge Custom Series D19
1940 to 1942
Body versions :
Saloon , Coupé , Cabriolet, sedan
Gasoline: 3.6-3.8 liters (67-77 kW)
The Dodge Custom series D19 was a car of the Dodge company in Detroit from 1940 to 1942.
The Dodge Custom series D19 which replaced in September 1940 together with the Deluxe the model Luxury Liner . The Custom was later better-equipped 1941 model As the Dodge D22 series , this model was built from September 1941 until the cessation of civil production in February 1942. In 1946, the Custom, along with its sister model Deluxe, was the first Dodge after World War II . Only in the middle of the model year 1949 he was replaced by the series Dodge Coronet .
The series D19 Custom Like its better-equipped sister model Deluxe There was a short chassis with 3,035 mm wheelbase a 2-door club coupe with 6 seats, a 2-door convertible, a 2-door Brougham (sedan) and two 4-door sedans, each with 5 seats, were offered. On the long chassis with 3,493 mm wheelbase, there was a sedan and a Pullman sedan, each with 4 doors and 7 seats. Compared to its predecessor Deluxe and Custom had the stronger engine and larger windows and all doors in front.
For the the custom model year 1941, a side-controlled six-cylinder inline engine of the predecessor Luxury Liner with 3569 cc, but now 91 bhp (67 kW) at 3800 rpm .
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