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The First Motor Mounts: 1932 Dodge Floating Power


1932 Dodge floating power motor mountIt’s hard to imagine that most vehicles before WWII had only basic motor mounts that just held the engine and transmission to the frame. With the powerful engineering resources of Chrysler at its disposal, Dodge was able to offer numerous technical innovations on new models in 1932, including Floating Power, an engine mounting system that isolated drivetrain noise and vibration from the driver for a smoother, quieter ride. Other advances included Free Wheeling, Silent Gear Selector and Automatic Clutch.1932 Dodge engine mounting floating power


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