The following page provides a range of photos of the
Dodge Wayfarer Ambulance introduced into the
 Victorian Ambulance Service from 1949



The Dodge Wayfarer series was produced between 1949 and 1952, and was the lower end model during these years, compared to the Dodge Coronet used in Melbourne .  Begining production in February 1949, the Wayfarer was the first new body style introduced by Dodge since the end of the war.  The Wayfarer featured longer and lower bodies than the previous years. Front fenders flared into the body easily and rear fenders continued to be bolted on. The checkerboard grille had a more pronounced peak in the centre than other models. 

The series was designated D29 (1949 model), D33 (1950 model) and the D41 (1951-2 models).


Mildura's 1951 Dodge Wayfarer


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