C. W. Matheson
C. W. Matheson Predicts Big Year for Dodge Cars With the total 1928 production of its cars 12.8 percent above the 1927 mark, according to figures announced today tho Dodge Brothers Corporation has entered 1929 with prospects of the largest year in its history, according to Charles W. Matheson, general sales manager. The new Dodge Brothers Six Is attracting attention at the Brooklyn show. The rich and unique color combinations, graceful lines and roominess of the body" types evoke favorable comment from visitors. The Dodge Senior, introduced late last summer, is enjoying unusual popularity for those who seek the highest quality in motor cars. The Senior is available in eight body types and is being shown with the new Dodge Six models. "We anticipate the heaviest production schedule in Dodge history," said Mr. Matheson. "Facilities at the factory have been geared for peak volume output of quality cars. New high standards have been established in attaining maximum performance and dependability that have characterized the more than 2.000,000 motor cars that bear Dodge Brothers name."