In the beginning Dodge cars sold exceedingly well. Even though many of their satisfied customers begged them to, Dodge adamantly refused to offer a
light-duty truck simply because it couldn't meet the red hot demand for automobiles. Late in World War I when the government asked, Dodge agreed to supply almost 20,000 half-ton chassis cowls, cargo trucks, light repair trucks, and ambulances.
In 1928, the Dodge Brothers sold their company to Chrysler who continued to broaden the truck line.
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