No. 111: Dowdy But Dependable

The lowly Dodge. It always ran a few paces behind the flashier Fords and GMs of the post-war models crowding those fancy new highways, the interstates. It was reliable, yes, but …

… but it never seemed as fancy.

This 1948 Dodge D 24 turns a plain face to passersby in Glenwood, Ore., 2,610 miles west of Atlanta.

(Photo by Senior Junkyard Correspondent Harold “Tex” Colson)

Published by oldcarguy

Sisyphus in a fedora.

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