One of the rarest Dodges for 1936 was this 1 of 592 built by J.T. Cantrell and Company in Huntington, NY. Cantrell built nothing but station wagon bodies during a long and successful period from the mid-teens until well after World War II and were known for the quality of their craftsmanship, their cost-effective batch construction techniques and their insistence upon building not only the wooden body work but also the interior seats to their high standards.
Cantrell offered two versions of the Suburban, the (semi-sedan) and the (convertible Sedan). This one is the semi-sedan with drop windows in the front doors and open sides with side curtains -- glass was another $25
also, A pair of aisle seats can be had at an additional cost of $25.00
87hp 217.8-cid L-head six
Full Length Running Boards
Aisle seats allow access to third row seat
Newer Firestone Wide White-wall tires
Cantrell concentrated on the production of bodies for ½, ¾ and one-ton chassis from Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford, GMC and Studebaker of which a handful still exist