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1915 Dodge Brothers Touring

1915 Dodge Brothers Touring in The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, TV Series, 1992-1993 IMDB Ep. Ch.07

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1915 Dodge Brothers Touring

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Comments about this vehicle

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johnfromstaffs EN

2008-03-21 19:23

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Can we have a definition of Sedan, please? I see two tourers in this photograph.

nzcarnerd NZ

2008-03-21 20:07

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The blue one could be a Chevrolet about 1917. The other one would date from about 1914 - maybe a Star? Can we get a closer look at them?

johnfromstaffs EN

2008-03-22 17:27

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I'm inclined to agree wih you about the Chevrolet, but the other one looks more like a Sunbeam radiator, Stars tended to use V-radiators pre WW I.

wickey SK

2008-03-23 15:17

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unfortunately this is the best view.
ad categorization - well, we do not have a cathegory Tourer :(

chris40 UK

2008-03-23 16:37

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Convertible, then? Surely we have other four-door ragtops on the site? :??:

johnfromstaffs EN

2008-03-23 22:59

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According to chart No 12 on page 16 of my 1921 Dyke's Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia published in St Louis Missouri, the type of cars shown in the photo are described as "Touring Car", and a Sedan shown as having a tin top with all passengers enclosed within the coachwork.
It then goes on to say "Convertible Touring Car, A touring car with a folding top and disappearing or removable glass sides".

-- Last edit: 2008-03-23 23:04:05

antp BE

2008-03-23 23:06

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chris40 wrote Convertible, then? Surely we have other four-door ragtops on the site? :??:

Usually we list these as convertible but we may create a new category for these old cars with soft-roof (though that it should be generic enough for all cars of that style, i.e. not only 4-door ones)

johnfromstaffs EN

2008-03-24 10:05

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I think "Convertible" is good enough, otherwise we get involved with all the minutiae of types that have had their names change or go out of use over the years. I just wanted to ensure that "Sedan" involved a non removable tin top with all passengers inside.

pilou BE

2008-07-26 10:08

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The blue car is not a Chevrolet.The six long lozenge rearview openings in the top point to a 1914 Dodge Brothers touring car , the first production model of Dodge.The top of the 1917 Chevrolet had two small circular openings.

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