The Dodge 30-35 is an automobile that was the first car produced by Dodge in Detroit, introduced on November 14, 1914.
|Assembly||Detroit/Hamtramck Assembly, Detroit, Michigan|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||2-door touring|
|Successor||Dodge Fast Four|
The car had an L-head inline-four engine of 212-cubic-inch (3.5 L) displacement, which had a power output of 35 hp (25.7 kW). The rear wheels were driven by a leather cone clutch and a three-speed gearbox with middle gear. The rear wheels were braked mechanically. In the short model year of 1914 the only body offered was a four-door tourer (whose driver “door” could not be opened); from January 1915, a two-door two-seat roadster was also available. From this point on, electric lighting was also standard equipment.
When the series was replaced in July 1916 by the Model 30, a total of 116,400 copies were made, of which 150 were also made by the United States Army and others.[clarification needed]
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