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Dodge Fargo 1942

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Dodge Fargo 1942

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Dodge Fargo 1942
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Dodge Fargo 1942 _Designed by Varinder Pal Singh ( https://grabcad.com/library/dodge-fargo-1942 ) _Horace E. Dodge and John F. Dodge, in full Horace Elgin Dodge and John Francis Dodge (respectively, born May 17, 1868, Niles, Michigan, U.S.—died December 10, 1920, Palm Beach, Florida; born October 25, 1864, Niles—died January 14, 1920, New York, New York), American brothers, automobile manufacturers who invented one of the first all-steel cars in America. _Bicycles were the first vehicles produced by the Dodge brothers. In 1901 they opened a machine shop in Detroit, making stove parts and, later, auto parts. The Dodge Brothers Company in 1910 established a large auto-parts plant in Hamtramck, Michigan. There the brothers made engines and other auto parts for the Ford Motor Company and for Olds Motor Works. In 1913 they began producing their own automobiles, and the first Dodge automobile appeared on November 14, 1914. Horace Dodge was responsible for a number of manufacturing innovations, including an oven that could bake enamel onto steel auto bodies. By 1920, the year in which both brothers died, Dodge was one of the industry’s largest companies. _The Dodge concern was purchased by Chrysler Corporation in 1928 and remains a division of Chrysler. (according to the Encyclopedia Briannica)
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SKU 10000463
Length [mm] 120
Width [mm] 49.94
Height [mm] 53.8
Volume [cm³] 106.82
Area [cm²] 288.72