I have for sale a 1937 Dodge Brothers D5 sedan that I was making into a old FBI or police staff car. It's one of the last years to carry the Dodge Brothers Jewish star emblem and name. I have my eye on a different sedan for my staff car so this one needs to go.
-Has hard to find complete pop-out front windshield. -Got gauges working correctly -New radiator, gas tank, NDT tires, fan belt, wipers, headlights (halogen), and coolant hoses -Went through all doors and got handles working properly and windows and locks working -Installed an original driver side lock to match the one on the passenger side. Original ignition key and original locks with original DPCD marked keys. I only have one ignition key, but two keys per door lock. -Did tune-up on engine (plugs, wires, oil, points, etc./a Napa parts list can be included if desired) -Sanded ALL chrome -Cleaned out cooling system -Got horn working -Redid most of the dashboard wiring -Rebuilt heater -Packed bearings, checked and adjusted brakes -Greased all points, topped tranny and axle. -Coated running boards, floors and trunk with a non-slip, paint-able rubberized coating. -Rebuilt carb and cleaned oil bath air cleaner -Redid light switch and choke and throttle cables -Put artillery rims from a 1936 Dodge D2 on (original rims included) -New 6v battery -Did some rust removal on inside of doors. -Worked on window seals. -Got windshield crank-out fixed. -Replaced glass for license plate light with NOS one
I did a basic go-through on almost every bit of this car. It runs good, starts up good. I went on a 30 or so mile trip on a warm day with no problems. Kept up with traffic. I got it up to about 65 or 70. Turn signals and 4-ways work.
The body is in great shape. The rust doesn't seem to be too bad, just spots here and there. The most rust looks like on some of the rims, but I was just going to wire wheel and rust convert if I kept it. Looks like someone tried to fix and/or prevent rust at some point. They put on a really thick brown paint all over, even the undercarriage (axles, leaf springs, frame, etc.). It seems to have done the job. The original Dodge Brothers emblems are present.
Windshield is cracked and so is one of the rear windows but they are still solid. No clouding. Cowl vent works and so does windshield crank-out. The interior was in really bad shape when I got it and not to mention incorrect (looks like some previous owner gutted it and tried to do by hand) so I removed it and cleaned it out the best I could. The bows are still present for the headliner. The seats are in really great shape. Inside is painted black.
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