The Dodge Wayfarer was an automobile built by the Dodge subsidiary of Chrysler from 1948 to 1952. It was sold as a fastback two-door saloon, notchback business coupe, and roadster.
The Wayfarer was first sold in 1949. This year's vehicle was fitted with a 230.2 in3 inline-6 engine capable of producing 102 or 103 bhp of power and rated at 103 hp. It rode on a 115-inch wheelbase. The 1949 vehicle had a reported top speed of 75 mph and was capable of going from 0-60 mph in just 25 seconds. It was facelifted in 1950 and then again in 1951. Even though the 1951 car was fitted with the same engine as the earlier 1949 model, it was capable of going from 0-60 mph in 17 seconds.