The following page provides a range of photos of the 
DP Dodge Ambulance introduced into the
Victorian Ambulance Service in 1933


The all new 1933 DP Dodge began it's manufacturing début by Dodge Brothers of the USA on the 23rd November 1932.  The  DP Dodge cost approx US$600-800, and came with a vee-type radiator that was slanted and slightly curved at the bottom, double interior sun visors, a single bar front bumper, fuller crowned fenders, chrome plated bowel type headlights, and finally a more streamlined appearance.  Other standard features included an inline L-head six cylinder cast iron engine block, Delco-Remy ignition, hydraulic brakes, "Floating Power" engine suspension, double drop "X-type" frame construction, freewheeling, automatic vacuum clutch, selective sliding 3 speed transmission, floor shift controls,  tubular front axle, floating rear axle, downdraft carburetor, air cleaner and a safety glass windshield.

Melbourne's 1933 DP Dodge



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