Dodge D5 De Luxe 1937
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"I recently purchased a vehicle from Jesmond and found the whole process to be a great experience. I found Jesmond to be a very obliging and forthright person to deal with and felt quite quickly, that he is a man of integrity. He was very accommodating and allowed me all the time I required in making my purchase, never at any time did I feel pressured or unduly influenced in any way. Having said that he did take the time to find out what my needs and wants were regarding my vehicle purchase and was able to steer me on the right path with his vast knowledge of European cars until I was able to decide clearly what it was that I wanted. Once I had made my choice of vehicle he supplied me with all of the relevant history on it (where it originated from, work history etc) and familiarised me with the vehicle covering its performance and general running and how to get the best out of it. He encouraged me to get a check on the car prior to purchase and informed me of the best agents and automotive engineers that were locally available. His obvious love and passion for his vehicles and European vehicles in general came across strongly and only enhanced my faith in him and the car I was considering to purchase. When the sale was made and upon uplifting the vehicle I was delighted to find a full tank and a bottle of wine included. A nice touch. In short I found Jesmond a very professional and amiable person to deal with and would have no hesitation doing further business with him and would recommend him to anyone that could benefit from what he has to offer."David Dowell, North Canterbury, New Zealand
The styling for the 1937 Dodge models were heavily influenced by the 'senior' Chrysler models, and given a new split-grille front treatment and plenty of bright trim. They had standard Autolite ignition, hydraulic brakes, all-steel disc-type wheels, 'No-Draft' ventilation, reading lamps over each rear window, new 16-gallon fuel tanks, and dual taillights.
The 218 cubic-inch L-head six-cylinder engine breathed through one-barrel carburetor and produced nearly 90 horsepower. They had a three-speed sliding-gear manual transmission and were available in several body styles, including a longer-wheelbase version. Pricing began at $715 and rose to over $1200. The most popular Series D5 body style was the four-door touring sedan, which saw over 185,480 examples produced. Total series production for all D5 bodies was 295,047.
A Good Example of this model in good running order. Presentable body and paint. Very good interior. Mechanically sound and drives very well. A great classic car to own and enjoy.
Car will be sold WOF'd and Registered if sold in New Zealand.
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