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1936 Dodge Touring Sedan [D-2]

1936 Dodge Touring Sedan [D-2] in Yank Tanks, Documentary, 2002 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1936 Dodge Touring Sedan [D-2]

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nzcarnerd NZ

2007-04-02 09:17

Graham?

pilou BE

2007-04-03 10:40

Not a Graham.36/37 Grahams had a split rear window and rear doors opening in the safe direction.

nzcarnerd NZ

2007-04-04 11:33

I had another look at the book and I think it is a 1936 Plymouth.

Citsa ZA

2007-04-09 00:39

1936/37 Plymouth, I'd go for - a neighbour has one (1937) in a similar colour, and I'm still trying to spot the difference.

Plymouth-guy US

2009-03-06 05:00

I don't know what this is, but it is not a Plymouth or any other Chrysler product. The body lines and decklid are wrong and no MoPar of this vintage still had fender-mounted spare tires.

Gamer DE

2023-10-11 18:51

You guys are making this unnecessarily hard for yourself by assuming the sidemount spare is original. It's Cuba, of course it's not original. It's a Studebaker, and judging by the conventional doors, 36/37. It's definitely one of the smaller ones, so my guess would be a Dictator. Rear windscreen was split on 38s, so that lets that out. Now, is it a Custom or a Cruising Sedan...

Lateef NO

2023-10-11 19:12

Nah. It's clearly a '36 Mopar product. Most likely a Dodge, as these had side-mounted spares. Bumper shape matches, too. Only thing off is the missing fuel filler, which should be on the left rear fender.

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