1963 Dodge Polara 2 Door Hardtop 426 Max Wedge Recreation

1963 Dodge Polara

Technical specifications of Dodge Polara 1963

Price: US $46,500.00
Condition: Used
Item location: Victor, New York, United States
Make: Dodge
Model: Polara
Type: 2 Door Hardtop
Year: 1963
Mileage: 1265
Color: Black
Engine size: 426
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black and White
Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed
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Car description

1963 Dodge Polara 2 Door Hardtop
426 Push Button Automatic Max Wedge Clone
Black with black and white interior
Engine built by Bill Drake of Drakes Engines in Rochester, NY
1964 426 cu. in. block +.020
NOS Max Wedge crankshaft
New Mopar Reproduction Max Wedge heads P5007494 (2.08/1.88)
New Mopar Max Wedge camshaft 268/284 w/new lifters/Performance valve stem seals
New Ross Pistons
New Eagle Rods
Original Max Wedge Cross Ram manifold with 2-NOS 3705 Carbs with NOS Max Wedge choke
Original set of Max Wedge cast iron exhaust manifolds
Original Max Wedge Radiator 2524972 Re-cored to 4 Rows by Glen Ray Radiator
1963 Cable Shift 727 Transmission w/'65 Slip Shaft Tailshaft rebuilt by Keith Long of "727 Specialists" in Indiana with all new internal parts. Complete TTI 3" Max Wedge reproduction exhaust system including mufflers
3:55 Sure Grip Rear End built by DTS in Detroit using all new internal parts
Stainless Steel Inc. disc brakes installed on all 4 wheels
New Gas tank and sending unit
15”x 8" wide steel rear wheels with original Max Wedge small hubcaps
15”x 6" American Mags in front
Interior was completed by Carl's Auto Seat Covers, Rochester, NY
Dash was completely rebuilt using all NOS gauges, switches, a very rare NOS Black Dash pad and
re-chromed bezel
Original NOS Stuart Warner Max Wedge style oil pressure and water temp gauges were recently
All control cables are NOS and with exception of heater which is disconnected
The Sled City Max Wedge hood scoop was mounted and painted by Bob Jeffers, Lima, New York
NOS Grill installed with NOS inner and outer headlamp trim rings
All taillight and front turn signal lenses are NOS
Front and Rear bumpers were re-chromed
All trim is intact and in excellent condition
Entire front and rear suspension rebuilt using NOS Moog parts and Firm Feel Chrysler steering box

Construction and Final assembly was under the guidance of Jim Baker, Baker's Automotive,Victor, NY

This car is so much fun to drive and draws crowds everywhere it goes. This car has been drivenless than 2000 miles since completion. There are over $90,000 in receipts to build this car and I
doubt that it could be replaced for that now.
This car will be at Chrysler's at Carlisle, Space C32, July 11-14, if not sold before. Auction may close at any time as it is for sale locally.

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