On November 14, 1914, after 11 years of supplying Henry Ford with components and rolling chassis, Horace and John Dodge started selling cars with the Dodge Brothers brand.
This weekend, we’ll be running a historical piece to commemorate the start of Dodge’s centennial celebration, which Chrysler chose to kick off by introducing a couple of special edition Dodges at the Los Angeles auto show. The 100th Anniversary Edition Dodge Charger and Challenger feature red pearl paint, 20 inch wheels, and special anniversary badging. Buyers will receive a special key fob and a number of books about the Dodge brand’s history. Inside, die-cast badges that say “Dodge Est. 1914” are on the seat backs.