Welcomeback to the Dodge Heritage Series, a 10-part exploration of Dodge brand history. This is Part 3 in the series.   The Dodge brand entered the 1940s in the same way as the rest of America: with a new sense of confidence and optimism. Slowly but surely, the country was lifting itself out of the Great Depression. Dodge produced over 225,000 vehicles in 1940, marking its eighth consecutive year as one of the top five selling cars in the USA.   But after December 7, 1941, and the attack on Pearl Harbor, the optimism was replaced by total resolve. When Read More

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