|Vehicle Type||Dodge Brothers Ambulance|
|Built By||Dodge Brothers|
|Suspension||Solid Axles and Semi-Elliptic Springs Front and Rear with Friction Shocks|
|Engine||4 Cylinder, 212.5 cubic inch L-Head with single updraft Stewart carburetor. Estimated 35 Horsepower|
|Owner||Frank & Betsey Kelton|
As an aside, have you ever wondered why the 3-speed floor shift standard transmission shift pattern is in towards the driver with pushed forward for reverse and pulled back for 1st gear? It seems that even in those days our government got involved and wanted shift patters standardized. The Dodge shift patters was correct, back was back and forward was forward, but there were already far more Fords on the road with this "backward" pattern. Henry Ford lobbied and convinced congress to support his design. Therefore, all future vehicles had to comply with Ford's shift pattern.