Lot #811 - One of the rarest Dodges for 1936 was this Westchester Suburban 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. This 1936 Dodge LC Westchester Suburban is a handsome older restoration that exemplifies the quality and diversity of Cantrell's construction. It is finished in maroon with brightly-varnished wood framing and panels, and an elaborate open batten composite covered roof structure.
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