The 1946-1949 Dodge Custom Convertible was the postwar continuation of the Dietrich-styled bodywork. It lasted through the spring of 1949, at which point Dodge's restyled "second series" 1949s appeared, along with its Chrysler Corporation companion lines.
The Dodge Custom Convertible remained unchanged mechanically and bodily in these years. A mild facelift of the 1942 styling featured an eggcrate grille (slightly heavy on the chrome) incorporating square parking lights.
Length : 520 cm (204.5 in)
Width : 192 cm (75.7 in)
Wheelbase : 304 cm (119.5 in)
Weight : 1560 kg (3440 lbs)
Displacement : L-6 3772 cc (230 cid), front-mounted
1 Stromberg BXV-2 1-barrel carburettor
3 speed automatic gearbox
Maximum power : 103 bhp at 3600 rpm
Torque : 250 Nm at 1200 rpm