Fargo Motor Corporation






The Fargo Motor Corporation was founded by Chrysler in 1928. At first, Fargo commercial vehicles used parts of the production programs of Chrysler, Plymouth and DeSoto. Still in the same year Chrysler bought the Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicle Company. Because of small sales figures, the Fargo line was discontinued in 1930. Beginning in 1933, Dodge commercial vehicles were made for export under the label name Fargo. The Fargo’s offered in Canada were produced in Canadian Chrysler works. Vehicles exported to the rest of the world originated from the American Chrysler works.







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