Dodge 1932

Eight
Six
Four 


Dodge Eight (DK)


Four (DM)

 

Six Series DD (6 cyl., 189.9 cu.in, 60 h.p.; wb: 109 in.)
  Roadster
  Phaeton
  Business Coupe
  Coupe
  Sedan
  Convertible Coupe
  Chassis
Series DH (6 cyl., 211.5 cu.in, 69 h.p.; wb: 114 in.)
  Business Coupe
  Coupe
  Sedan
  Phaeton
  Rumble Seat Roadster
  Chassis
Eight Series DC (8 cyl., 220.7 cu.in, 75 h.p.; wb: 118 ¼ in.)
  Coupe
  Sedan
  Club Coupe
  Business Coupe
  Roadster
  Phaeton
  Chassis
Eight Series DG (8 cyl., 240.3 cu.in, 84 h.p.; wb: 118 in.)
  Coupe
  Sedan
  Club Coupe
  Business Coupe
  Roadster
  Phaeton
  Chassis
Six Series DL (6 cyl., 217.8 cu.in, 79 h.p.; wb: 114 in.)
  Business Coupe
  Coupe
  Convertible Coupe
  Sedan
  Convertible Sedan
  Coupe
  Chassis
Eight Series DK (8 cyl., 282.1 cu.in, 92 h.p.; wb: 122 in.)
  Coupe
  Convertible Coupe
  Coupe
  Convertible Sedan
  Sedan
  Business Coupe
  Chassis 


For the first time since 1928 there is a Dodge Four again. The L-head engine had 92.1 x 120.7 mm bore and stroke, and developed 65 bhp. Phaeton is also available.
DK Eight was the last of the Dodge straight-eights. Wheelbase 122 3/8 in.
1932 saw introduction of Dodge 'Ram' trademark as radiator cap ornament.


 


5-Passenger Coupe


Convertible Sedan

 


Convertible Coupe


Six Sedan