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1933 Dodge

The original ’33 Dodge insert had a sweep only at the bottom. The ’33 Dodge car insert is also used in ’33-‘35 Dodge trucks.
As options, I can do an inward roll at the top of the ’33 insert and still do the bottom outward sweep. The top inward roll adds $135 to any of the prices below.


The 3/8” spacing between the grille bars is a more original look. The ¼” spacing is more of an updated hot rod look. With the tighter ¼” spacing, it hides the radiator/fan/condenser from view, while only reducing air flow by 7%.

Our insert is built in a steel grille shell for correct fitment. I include a bracket at each top corner that goes from the insert to the grille shell original grille insert mounting holes. I use the same mounting hole at the bottom of the grille shell fender mounting flange.

 

Pricing:


3/8" spacing for a stock look with strait top:
front polish/satin sides $675
fully polished $825
chrome plated $1320

1/4" spacing for hot rod look with strait top:
front polish/satin sides $850
fully polished $1045
chrome plated $1540


3/8" spacing for a stock look with optional inward bend at top of bar:
front polish/satin sides $825
fully polished $975
chrome plated $1470


1/4" spacing for hot rod look with optional inward bend at top of bar:
front polish/satin sides $1000
fully polished $1150
chrome plated $1645

Call for current lead time as all inserts are built to order.
Visa, MasterCard, Discover and PayPal are methods of accepted payment. Payment is processed when the grille is ready to be built, not when the order is placed.