Meet a business wagon made in the 1950’s. This car was designed to travel long distances along with a crew of drivers that coordinate the journey. What many don’t know is that this particular coupe also has a long list of features it has to offer. The most notable features of this business wagon are: 1) It is powered by one engine, and 2) It needs four tires.
1940 dodge business coupe. We remember a time when many of us couldn’t buy a car from a big auto dealer. But in the early ’40s, there were plenty of things you could do with a few dollars. From fixing your lawn to taking your lawn mower for a spin on your driveway. This hand-cranked car was designed by John D. Dye, who also designed the Dodge Charger muscle car and the Corvette Stingray. The car is powered by two four-cylinder Detroit Diesel engine and is built to run on four wheels, 3/4 wheel drive.
Cesar Picasso’s 1940 Dodge Business Coupe is the product of a coupe sport car and one of the most popular vehicles in its day. It features a 2.2 liter inline six-cylinder engine, aluminum wheels, front fender flares, steel door panels, a lightweight frame and a feature that makes it look like it’s standing on its back tire. The interior was an open car and almost anything you can think of you can find inside the 1940 Dodge Business Coupe. It also has tons of room for luggage and fairly big trunk in all wheel drive configuration.
Dodge and Hoover are back to pursue the muscle car dream. They have their hands on the muscle cars they have always dreamed of. Well, I’m in heaven when I see what 1932 Ford convertible is going to look like with the 1940 Dodge Business Coupe. The new coupe has the same underseat storage compartment as the 1932 Ford coupe which is pretty much a one-of-a-kind item.
The 1940 dodge business coupe is a 1960s Dodge Coupe that was built by H.R. Dodge & Sons, one of the largest automakers in the 1950s and 1960s. Dodge made an attempt to manufacture a coupe for the market in 1968, but it was produced as a four door station wagon, because there was not enough room for four people in the car. Also, their flagship car from this era is still very much on display today (check out the photo below). The design of the car itself is pretty unique and definitely stands out from many other cars in existence at this point.