In 1922 a branch of Dodge Bros was set up in London to market vehicles by its American parent. In 1931 Chrysler bought out the American Dodge company, and decided to merge its British Maxwell subsidiary with the newly acquired Dodge Bros in London to form Dodge Bros (Britain) Ltd. British Dodge vehicles started production in 1932 using American sidevalve engines and some were exported to Australasia. Production resumed in 1945, but the first new design came in 1949 with the 100 series sometimes called 'Parrot Nose' because of the shape of its bonnet. In fact this bonnet distinguished the Dodge 100 Series from the Ford ET6 and the Leyland Comet that shared the same basic cab by Briggs Motor Bodies.
Dodge 300 Truck
Dodge WC Trucks
Dodge Kew Trucks
aa Dodge 308 Tractor badge
Dodge 300 Tractor - badge on front panel
aa Dodge Kew 100 1956 Tipper badgek
Dodge Kew 100 1956 Tipper - badge on bonnet
Dodge A100 CampWagon 1966 front
Dodge A100 CampWagon 1966.It seems unlikely that Dodge will be re-using the name "CampWagon"!