Up for auction is a very rare 1926 Dodge Brothers Sedan Rat Rod just recently completed.

The previous owner said everything was dipped other than the rear doors. Body has nice patina. Can’t find any rot or even any dents. It has not had any body work. It has been sitting in a garage for over 25 years

It is now sitting on a 1937 Dodge chassis that has been narrowed 4 inches. The body has been channeled 4.5 inches.

The power comes from a 1969 302 with 2-barrel carb. The C-4 automatic transmission is from 1977. It has an earlier 8-inch Ford rear-end. The engine runs great. No leaking or smoking. Drop axel up front.

Here is a partial list of all the new stuff installed in:

Drive shaft

Aluminum radiator

Steely wheels with Coker Classic tires.

GM disc brakes up front

Master cylinder and brake lines

Gas lines and electric fuel pump

Water pump



Door handles

Hot rod mirrors



And a whole lot more.

The Bomber Seats are from the great people at Iron Ace. The custom fitted rear seat is a modified trunk deck from a 1954 Chevy Belair. It is hinged to flip forward to provide a little storage and space for the battery. New seat cushions from Iron Ace are still in the box.

Just received the new brake lights to be recess mounted in the round holes in the rear valance. One photo shows them installed.

We also have all the glass and the trim/garnish moldings.

Car is still titled as a 1926 Dodge Brothers Sedan.

If the pictures don’t answer all your questions, please e-mail or call 517 748-3067. If you include a phone number in the e-mail, I will call you.

This vehicle is being sold in “as is” condition with no warranty implied or otherwise. The description is to the best of our ability but is for information only and does not constitute any type of warranty. You are encouraged and welcome to inspect the car or arrange for an on-site third party inspection before you bid. Bidders with zero or negative feedback should contact us before bidding.

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Originally listed on April 6, 2018. Older listings are displayed for reference and probably will not be available.

Location: Brooklyn, Michigan, United States