1934 Dodge DR Convertible Coupe 1934 Dodge DR Convertible Coupe Former “Best of Show” – AACA Nationals


1934 Dodge DR Convertible Coupe Former “Best of Show” -AACA Nationals- “First Place Winner” Meadow Brook Concours d’Elegance Impressive, rare, and incredibly well preserved since the complete and accurate restoration prior to winning two of the most coveted Show awards in the country. At the time S. Ray Miller of Indiana was presenting his ’34 Dodge DR at prestigious shows, he also owned and managed “One of the Ten Best Small Automobile Museums In the Country” -Car Collector Magazine.

There were only 1,239 of this model built, in 1934. This is an amazing, fully restored example of this beautiful body style. It is still as stunning today as it was when it was restored, and judged “Best of Show” at the Antique Automobile Club of America event and 1st Place Winner at the Meadow Brook Concours d’Elegance in 1994.

600 rpm Speed: 100 km/h Production time: 1934 Production outlet:

For the 1934 model year, Dodges were heavier, longer, and had more powerful engines than their predecessors. The basic Dodge, the DR “DeLuxe” series, had a 117-inch wheelbase, while the larger, more expensive DS “DeLuxe Special” series rode on a longer 121-inch wheelbase; both models have large teardrop-shaped headlamp nacelles, styled hood louvers and skirted fenders, which make these cars very attractive. A lower-priced model created to meet the needs of the Depression-era market was the DRXX “Standard Six;” it was offered with a painted radiator shell, no safety glass, and no pinstriping.





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