35 Years Stored: 1934 Dodge

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A far cry from today’s Hellcat, this 1934 Dodge sedan has just been removed from 35 years of storage. It’s currently kept in Ottertail, Minnesota and is offered for sale here on eBay. The opening bid is $600 with a reserve. The 1934 Dodge’s offered a lot of innovations, including their first independent front suspension and a revamped inline 6-cylinder engine. This one looks solid and complete, with bumpers removed but intact and an engine that turns over freely. The interior is pretty dilapidated and the rear seat doesn’t appear to be present, but otherwise the car looks like a prime candidate for making roadworthy. With all that dirt still there it’s hard to tell whether the paint is worth saving or not. Would you try to save it?

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Comments

  1. Ed P

    This looks very savable. Get the mechanicals working and redo the interior and drive. Work on the exterior as time and money permit.

  2. TBall

    Put me in coach! Great ride, thanks for sharing Jamie. Would love to add this one to my garage…

  3. JW

    If I bought that I would get it all in working order, paint it black, have me and the wife dress up as Bonnie & Clyde then lay a BAR on the dash then hit some car shows.

  4. memikeyounot

    If I had the money, I’d much rather restore that car instead of an all too common Ford or Chevy, etc. What a cool piece.

  5. geomechs geomechs Member

    This one’s a gem! A good cleaning, a tune-up then drive it while getting the fine stuff in order. The last thing I’d be planning is a repaint. The grill is in good shape and that’s a major plus. Drive it and enjoy it.

  6. pontiactivist

    Make it safe and comfortable and enjoy it! Thats my tboughts.

  7. Charles

    That’s one cool looking old car!

  8. HolyMoly

    This is a beautiful car! Excellent lines! Interesting door arrangement. Love it!

  9. Glen

    There’s something about that instrument panel I really like.

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