The Dodge Wayfarer was an automobile produced by Dodge from February 1949 until 1952. The Wayfarer served as Dodge's entry level vehicle. Which meant consumers went without a crankshaft dampener, splash-proof distributor, and rivetless brake linings. This entry level vehicle was perfect for the hardships and damage you would put a hot rod through, as it was capable while under budget. It has a 230.2 cu in, six cylinder engine with a 7.0:1 compression ratio giving out 100hp with torque at 190 lb-ft at 1200 RPM. The flames accent the curves of the Wayfarer and echo the countless other cars which were transformed in the golden age of street racing.