Dodge Fast Four
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|Dodge Fast Four 1927-1928|
|Engine||212.3CID 1-bbl. L-head I4 |
|Wheelbase||108 in (2,743 mm) |
In 1927, the Dodge Fast Four was the new mid-level car from Dodge. The Fast Four looked similar to earlier 4-cylinder Dodges, but, the body was more rounded. Standard equipment included a speedometer, an ammeter, a tool kit, and a headlight dimmer. Optional items included things like a rear bumper, a Motometer, a heater, and windshield wipers. The only real difference between the 128 and the 129 was that the 128 had 19" wheels, while the 129 had 21" wheels.