5Dodge1936

This K-34 Dodge chassis, circa 1936, wears a semi-deluxe panel body on the rig’s 162-inch wheelbase. Among the body features Mayer Body Corp. noted were the wheel housings and rear guards, double full-length rear doors and an interior dome light. The combination Dodge truck and Mayer body were employed by Koppers Stores, which had its Depression-savvy logo — “Make your coppers count at Koppers” — painted on the side of the body.

This K-34 Dodge chassis, circa 1936, wears a semi-deluxe panel body on the rig’s 162-inch wheelbase. Among the body features Mayer Body Corp. noted were the wheel housings and rear guards, double full-length rear doors and an interior dome light. The combination Dodge truck and Mayer body were employed by Koppers Stores, which had its Depression-savvy logo — “Make your coppers count at Koppers” — painted on the side of the body.

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