Henry Ford vs. the Dodge Brothers: An All-American Feud

Henry Ford vs. the Dodge Brothers: An All-American Feud

\" \" Early logos of two American powerhouses, rivals from the beginning — the Dodge Brothers Motor Company and Henry Ford's Ford Motor Company. The legal tussle that took place between Henry Ford and brothers John and Horace Dodge helped shape the auto industry as we know it. \"The idea that he was actually trying to squeeze out the Dodge brothers is something that's often lost.\" They also ponied up a large portion of the $28,000 that investors gave to Henry Ford to get started. They used the Dodge Brothers Motor Company banner in 1914 to launch their own car, the Model 30-35.

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