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"I've played gigs with the Dodge brothers there and had a great time," he said.
As Blair Carlson, GM Manufacturing Research Lab group manager, explains, the problem for spot welding aluminum--and recognize that when it comes to spot welding steel, this is pretty much the proverbial slam-dunk, as this is an operation that has been performed in plants around the world pretty much since the Dodge brothers hooked up with the E.G.
By 1914 they founded their own company - Dodge Brothers - and before long, their cars and trucks earned a reputation for ruggedness and dependability.
In 1928 Chrysler bought Dodge Brothers, elevating the firm into the ranks of the US's automobile giants.
Shortly after this incredible feat, Walter Chrysler and the Dodge Brothers opened factories of their own.
By 1914, Budd had a number of patents for a pressed-steel car body - and a new start-up firm, Dodge Brothers (run by two ex-Ford directors), was interested in testing the technology.
But when he got the parts home, he discovered it was a Dodge Brothers car.
AUTOMOTIVE FIGURES - Michigan rolls out the posthumous front line of Henry Ford, Ransom Olds and the Dodge brothers, John and Horace.
Though he lost the suit to the Dodge brothers, Henry Ford did win a judgment of six cents in a libel suit against the jingoistic Chicago Tribune which erroneously reported that Ford would fire workers mobilized and sent to the Mexican border.
Sure, the auto industry had its Henry Ford and Louis Chevrolet and its Dodge brothers, but for every one of them, there were companies named after Indian chiefs, European explorers and dead presidents.