National Geographic : 1922 Dec
]DoD6E BROTh ERS BUSINESS COUPE Owners experience an appreciable new sense of security in this car-the first steel-built closed car ever marketed. Dodge Brothers pioneered boldly and success fully to give it the qualities of the Pullman coach, capable of withstanding an impact under which the ordinary body would probably crumble. But steel construction does more than con tribute to the car's safety and durability; it also permits the use of Dodge Brothers baked-on enamel finish. It minimizes rattles and elimi nates the possibility of shrinkage. All parts are welded or machine-screwed securely and per manently into place. This new preciseness is usually noticed first in the windows, which are entirely free from sticking and rumbling. Such vital features are universal in their appeal. The continued, persistent demand for the Business Coupe is not surprising. The Price is $980 f o. b . Detroit -I-K <.IF',i'