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Poll results: '48 Dodge, Mercury or Pontiac?
Voter(s): 18
Poll is closed Jan 10, 2022
'48 Dodge  -  votes: 5 / 27.8%
5
27.8%
'48 Mercury  -  votes: 3 / 16.7%
3
16.7%
'48 Pontiac  -  votes: 8 / 44.4%
8
44.4%
Tie  -  votes: 1 / 5.6%
1
5.6%
Sorry, no interest in this selection.  -  votes: 1 / 5.6%
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Poll: Which '48? (12/27/2021)


John Bono
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'48 Dodge, Mercury or Pontiac?

Be sure to make your selection.

Of course, please “Reply” to share your comments.

Best yet please rank them. 

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1948 Dodge Custom Coupe 1
1948 Mercury Coupe 4b
1948 Pontiac Streamliner Deluxe 4

John Bono
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David Green
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I'll take the Mercury with that wonderful L-Head V8 with 100hp. Great car for the times.


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Ed Glorius
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Me too.

Retired in Dunedin, Florida.


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John Merritt
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Tough choice for the top two.

I went with Pontiac, but that is based on styling. Pontiac, Mercury & Dodge

if I go with performance then it is Mercury, Pontiac & Dodge

Style always wins out, so that is why I chose Pontiac.

John Merritt
South Lyon, Michigan - USA


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George Schire
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I like all three, but it's the roof-lines that are intriguing to me and DODGE wins!  To my eyes it has "zooming forward" look and seems a little bulky than the other two.  Oh would I have loved one of the diecast Mints to give us one of these.  Man, they'd look nice on my car shelves!  Great photos all!  

George Schire
Oakdale, Minnesota


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David H
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I chose the Dodge, but all three have that build-it-now-that-the-war-is-over look.  Where's the Hudson?   And I also agree with George!


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Moe Parr
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Dodge looks by far the best to my eye

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Frank Reed
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Pontiac for my taste!

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Based on looks alone: Pontiac, Dodge and Mercury


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Larry kemling
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Always loved the 48 Pontiac styling especially the torpedo back, the other s were just meh to my eyes!


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Brush
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'48 Dodge my first [non-legal] ride at age 15. Looks Dodge, drive train Mercury, Pontiac does nothing for me.


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John Bono
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This is tough for me. Without looking at the pics I would have said Mercury, Pontiac, Dodge. After looking at the pics it's Dodge and Pontiac tied for 1st, Mercury close behind.

John Bono
North Jersey


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Amazing New Arrival!

This is the 1934 Duesenberg Dual Cowl Phaeton Black in 1:18 scale by Signature Models.

Order yours today! 👇

https://bit.ly/3LKsYPm