National Geographic : 1923 Apr
DODGE BROTHERS TYPE-A SEDAN Its dependability is taken for granted-its economy of operation is proverbial. Comment, as a rule, is directed to the richness of its fittings, and the dignified beauty of its coach work. This beauty is not a superficial thing. It goes much deeper than mere external adornments. Like all creations of genuine excellence, it emanates from the honest value which Dodge Brothers have built into the car. You sense it in the depth and comfort of the seats-richly upholstered in genuine mohair velvet. It makes itself known the instant you close the doors-which snap solidly shut, like the doors of a safe. It emanates unmistakably from every line and curve of the rugged body. It becomes most evident when you dis cover that in smart company, where a car of less distinction would appear at its worst, Dodge Brothers Type-A Sedan appears at its best. The price is $1440 £ o. b . Detroit _s 14 -- -- ' lls!