1928 Dodge Bros. Victory Six 4 door sedan original nice! Model A Ford NR

US $10,500.00
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Elkton, Maryland, United States

Features and Specifications

Make: Dodge
Model: victory six
Type: 4 door sedan
Trim: Victory Six
Year: 1928
Mileage: 50,081
VIN: m69623
Color: Green
Engine: 6 cyl
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Green
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear

1928 Dodge victory six Victory Six

1928 Dodge Victory Six 4 door, suicide doors on the back. This car has all the original parts and runs/drives as it should. The motor starts easily, runs great with no smoke. I bought this car from an elderly gentlemen's car collection on the eastern shore. Tagged and driven occasionally. The car has been stored in a climate controled garage for many years and the last three years in a attached garage. This car is a 6 cylinder, and unlike the model ''A '' you can get a little speed on the road. The Victory Six was only produced in 1928-1929. Unlike the Model A it has more interior room especially in the back. You can also haul the family better. Priced to sell NO RESERVE!! BID OR BUY IT NOW TO OWN THIS GREAT CAR!
5 New B.F. Goodrich Silvertown 4 ply poly tires & new tubesBrakes & Brake lines replacedWheels refinishedHand crank, tire chains, jack and all original tools under seat6 cylinder 3 speedAll the glass is nice and roll as they shouldInterior nice for the age but not perfect (see pics) looks all original, even the carpet in the backThe vinyl part on top shows wear and might need replaced. I do not drive it in bad weather so I didn't worry about it.The outer grill shell has some surface rust but you could re-chrome it if you wanted. I like the Patina of the car the way it is. The lights and gauges all work except for speedometer.The right front fender has small black spot of primer but I have paint to match that I will include.I have too many projects and need to sell one to finance others. Very nice original car, probably paint restored I would guess sometime in the 80's or 90's. Still looks great.
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