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So the owner of this 1935 Dodge Model KC said he hasn’t had much luck finding any information or other photos of it. And indeed, most reference materials on mid-1930s Dodge delivery trucks depict the humpback-style trucks, straight panel trucks, or canopy deliveries. But Don Bunn, in his Crestline book on Dodge Trucks, did make one small mention of this body style, noting that it was introduced late in the 1934 model year and described as a dual-purpose sedan “intended to serve both as a commercial vehicle and as the family automobile. It was standard with glass in its rear side windows, which could be lowered with cranks, but the glass coule be blanked out with an easily installed and removed steel sign panel.” The body style appears to have lasted through 1938. From the seller’s description:
1935 Dodge Brothers sedan delivery/window panel, model KC. Extremely RARE. Can’t locate any photos of this vehicle. I have posted this rig on forums and no one has been able to find a picture or information about it . I believe it is a factory custom vehicle. Possibly used as an ambulance or service vehicle? 2 door suicide in front, rear door with crank window. Windows on sides also crank. All glass good except one broken side window, dual fender wells, extra wheels, garaged 50 years, last licensed 1953. Not rusted out , surface rust only. Engine is out and apart. all parts there. All trim, windsheild, wiper, visor , gauges. Lots of extra parts, grille perfect. The only part missing is rear bumper. It is very sound, one seater, very cool and unusual. Ready for restoration.
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