Prewar cars can still be found here and there on the roads of California, but one will often notice that they all seem to be Fords (or in some cases Chevys). Very rarely do you see Chrysler products of this era, particularly Dodges. Here we have a Dodge D-19 Luxury Liner sedan.
1941 White Super Power fire truck earlier the same day, across the street from Crow's Auto Sales.
This car may still be a work in progress, as the body looks like it wears a tan primer and the bumpers are in need of new chrome plating. The wheels look freshly painted and have nice chrome and wide whitewalls. There are a number of period accessories, a common theme on lowrider "bomb" cars. Modifications have been kept to a minimum and appear to be limited to a lower ride height, possibly through the use of airbags or hydraulics. It's subtle but it works.
I can't always pick where and when cars will appear, and sometimes the coolest subjects appear at night in poor lighting conditions. I'm glad to have stumbled across a prewar Dodge in any state.