Vintage Dodge Dart
Dodge was founded by John and Horace Dodge, who made bicycles before they branched into automobile manufacturing. Initially, they were industry suppliers, but in 1911, they began to develop their own car, the Dodge 4. The car was so popular that Dodge became the third largest manufacturer of autos in only its second year of production.
After the death of its company founders, Dodge was eventually sold to Chrysler. Through the 1950s and 1960s Dodge offered the typical American V8 sedans, as well as some compacts and sports saloons.
During the 1980s Dodge was downsized due to market demand. But in a departure from the norm, Dodge introduced the powerful V10 Viper in 1992, one of the decade's hottest performance vehicles. The V10 engine was eventually used in the Ram, the brand's popular pick-up truck. In addition to these models, the Caravan people carrier, as well as the economy-sized Neon and Stratus, continue to be popular today.
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