A Page of Dodge Pictures

Not much is happening with the 1947 Dodge these days. I’ve been working mornings and can’t easily get over to Joel’s to help him work on Josephine. Add to that, there’s that little problem of needing extra cash to move ahead with the Dodge project – and neither Joel nor I have had much extra cash as of late. Oh well. We’ll keep working on Josephine as we can!

Over this last year (can you believe we started this wonderful 1947 Dodge project over a year ago already?), there has been a lot of interest in our Dodge project.  I have found myself talking about our Dodge project with all sorts of people – people at the coffee shop, at car shows, at the grocery store. I’ve met all sorts of great people and have heard their car stories in this past year and have shared our stories of Josephine. It’s been great fun!

It seems that almost everyone loves old cars and Joel and I are more than happy to share stories and show pictures of Josephine with anyone who will listen. So in this past year I’ve found myself visiting our 1947 Dodge Blog website fairly often with the intent of showing a certain picture of the Dodge to a car lover – but I’ve discovered I can’t quickly find the picture I’m looking for.  Well guess what? I I created a gallery of Dodge pictures on our new Pictures page so now many great pictures of Josephine are easy to find.

To view the gallery, just click on the Pictures tab at the top of this page. It’s way up top on the right.

You can also click HERE

Can’t bother with clicking right now? Well, here’s a nice picture of Josephine for you to look at right now 🙂

The Dodge in its new home

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Categories: 1947 Dodge Club Coupe | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “A Page of Dodge Pictures

  1. Josh

    I have a 1947 dodge custom deluxe d24 and I can’t get it to start or no spark. I am trying to find help. I don’t know many people that can help me with such a great car. I am trying to wire it up to just get it started. I have started buying new parts for it if they told one are either jot working or if I fried them hard to tell. Any help would be great thank you

    • joelgather

      Hi Josh. There’s no way I would have gotten as far along as I have without the help of the folks over at http://p15-d24.com/ I’d recommend visiting that page and signing up for the forum.

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