Favorite Mopars - Post 1959  (page 45)

                                                                                                                             

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Here is a custom built 1963 Dodge 330 sedan. It features a 440 CI V8: TCI racing transmission, 8 3/4" Positraction

Rear End w/4.10 Richmond Gear Set,. This car (as of April 2009) was listed for sale on the Internet for $33,495. 

It's too bad the interior, the customized dash, trunk, engine, and exterior of the car were not restored to stock .

To each his own, but it is my humble opinion that this car would be far more desirable/valuable, had it been

built as a Max Wedge Clone and probably would have run just as fast as in its current configuration...

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

 

Below is a Red '65 Plymouth Max-Wedge Tribute car. It includes a 440 CI  V8 (500hp+) with Stage III Cross Ram,

Dual 750cfm  Edelbrock EnduraShine “Performer” Carburetors, Mopar Performance 906 Heads and 509 Purple

Cam.   The HEMI 4spd Transmission has been supplemented with a Gear Vendor 6spd Overdrive System.

PWR Aluminum 4-Core Radiator with Dual Thermostatically Controlled Fans. 8 ¾ Sure-Grip with 4.10 Gears and

Rear-End Snubber. Doug’s Headers and Full 3” Stainless Exhaust System. Power Disc Brakes. There is also

restored Interior with Ididit Steering Column, Budnik Steering Wheel and Stewart Warner Tachometer and Gauge

Cluster. The car runs on Firestone Firehawk Performance Tires with Torq Thrust II Wheels. This car (as of April 2009)

was listed for sale on the Internet for a whopping $48,995...... Great Expectations, Good Luck to the seller.

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

 

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