Chandler Motor Car (built in Cleveland, Ohio) exhibited examples of its six model lineup at the 1921 Chicago Auto Show. Prices ranged from $1,995 to $3,595. Along with open top touring cars, Chandler displayed a closed-bodied Metropolitan four-door Sedan.
Established as a staple product since its introduced in late 1914, Dodge Brothers automobiles never failed to attract attention at the annual auto show. New features on the 1921 Dodge models included a heater, and wire wheels were offered as an option to traditional wood spoke wheels.
A special display featured an exposed Duesenberg straight eight cylinder engine and other mechanical components, including large brakes on all wheels.