FOR SALE OR TRADE 1934 DODGE KC 1/2 TON Pickup Truck The Dodge KC half-ton pickup debuted in 1933, when Dodge bravely risked an expensive restyle in the worst year of the Great Depression. While overall truck sales increased modestly in that devastated economy, the 1933 Dodge Series HC was exactly what the market wanted: Dodge truck registrations rocketed up over 320 percent, past 28,000 units. During 1933, a total of 38,841 Dodge trucks left the Hamtramck, Michigan, factory. The 1934 successor, Dodge Series KC, was little changed in styling, which obviously was the correct decision, but it was improved mechanically. There was a larger engine -- a Dodge 201.3-cid six instead of the smaller Plymouth 190 -- and a drop-forged I-beam front axle replaced the tubular-type. Registrations rose again, by 72 percent. This truck has a custom finish Iris paint with a black interior and dark blue dashboard. Proceeds to benefits the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust. Proceeds to benefits the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust.
1934 Dodge KC 1/2 Ton--SOLD (Wisconsin) - $0
|Paint||Iris custom paint|
|Tires||Wide White Bias Ply|
|Wheel Covers||Dodge hubcaps|
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