The Dodge Special was an automobile made by Dodge which was introduced in January 1934. It was the successor of the DP Series.
The car had a side-valve inline six-cylinder engine with a capacity of 3569cc. This produced 87 bhp (64 kW) at 3,600 rpm. Power was transferred to single dry plate clutch and three-speed transmission sending power to the rear wheels.
The chassis was 3073 mm. Bodies available included a four-door Aero Brougham sedan and a four-door Aero Brougham convertible. As was customary, the was chassis (with all mechanical components) was available for those customers who wanted to use outside coachbuilding companies to provide them with special bodies.
The successor of the Dodge Special came in January 1935, it was named the Dodge New Value.