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YAK Car Pic of the Day

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This 1951 Dodge Meadowbrook was the division’s least expensive four-door sedan. The cheapest line, called Wayfarer, didn’t have a four-door, but it did have a nifty two-door fastback, and a very collectible roadster — which was over 600 bucks cheaper than the Coronet convertible. This was a real roadster — with side curtains instead of wind-up windows, and it had no back seat. Being a full-sized car (for the time) it was probably one of the largest roadsters on the road. This Meadowbrook can probably still be seen parked alongside a quaint little antique/gift shop in Corfu.  You can cast your eyes upon the entire 1951 Dodge line-up here.

— Jim Corbran, You Auto Know