The Dodge Meadowbrook was a series of full-size intermediate cars introduced for the 1949 model year. Over the course of its production, the Meadowbrook was offered as a two or four door sedan, as well as a station wagon (1953 only). The Meadowbrook was largely similar to its contemporary Dodge Coronet other than trim and equipment. For most of its life, the Meadowbrook was powered by a 3.8L inline six engine, but for 1954, a 4.0L 'Red Ram' V8 was available. For 1953, Dodge discontinued the Wayfarer, making the Meadowbrook the entry-level offering until the model exited production in 1954.