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Old 01-08-2018, 03:48:21 AM
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I am going to be doing some some work on early 1920's Dodges. Can anyone point me in the direction of good active forums if I have questions? The one I did find looked dead and the other (might have been VCCA) looked a bit more active. I am sure I could get some help here I know at least ONE person that is into Dodges (Chevrolet and Fords too )
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I found out it was the AACA site I had looked at.
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I'm glad you found AACA as there are a lot of threads addressing just about any questions you might have about Dodge Brothers.
The Dodge brothers followed Henry Ford's lead in that they didn't change things much.
They made incremental changes which improved reliability but not appearance so all of the Dodge Brothers cars are very much alike.
I'm a moderator over there too.......
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The Dodge Brothers Club also has their own forum


www.dodgebrothersclub.org

http://www.dodgebrothersclub.org/php...wforum.php&f=3
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Do introduce yourself on the AACA forums as well as here, as you'll find lots of help/advice/sympathy in both, and the more exposure the better...
AACA has a General forum, that naturally gets the most activity, AND numerous make-specific forums, including Dodge, which have smaller but more make-concentrated followers...
Google Chrysler Corporation and Mopar forums and more should come up...
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Thanks everyone. Craig, l post over at the Model T Ford Club of America under the my name, Mark Gregush.

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