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1963 Dodge Polara 472 Hemi Resto Mod v- FOR SALE

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No expense spared restoration done on mint body from 2003 to 2007. Repainted the original CC1 Light Blue, most interior is original with exception to the seat covers and carpet. Anything that was replaced on this car was NOS or top quality reproduction. Headliner is original as are the exposed chrome bows. The only non-stock items in the interior are the Classic Instruments "Vintage Series" gauges (tach, volt, temp, oil pressure). The amount of detail that went into this car goes right down to the "pool cue" pointers in the gauges painted to match the exterior CC1 light blue exterior. Bumpers were re-chromed and trim was all polished to mirror like finish. Tough to find bright work like on this car. Originally a 383 big block car but now upgraded with a 472 CID Hemi. 68 Hemi Charger cross member used to mate up the Hemi and SSBC front disc brake set up installed to help slow this beast from high speeds. All suspension and brake components were replaced as well. Car rides tight with no rattles. Demon 850 cfm 4bbl carb, tuned to run perfectly. Idles at 650rpm, does not load up, no choke but starts cold with 1 pump of the pedal. Indy single plane intake massaged by John Arruzza. Aftermarket cam, lifters and pushrods installed by Booth Aarons, now 550 hp and torque. Coan built 727 with the original push button shifter still in place. The exhaust is through Hooker 2 1/8" primary tube ceramic coated headers into 3.5" collectors into 3" mandrel bent x-piped exhaust that was also ceramic coated right back to the tailpipes. Custom fabricated sub frame connectors installed to stop flex and improve ride. Flowmaster mufflers are ceramic coated as well. 1965 Coronet (non-keyway) 8 3/4 diff in place with 3.23 gears and 11 X2.5” HD drums installed. Wheels are 15" Mopar units, fronts are 7" wide with Goodyear 215/70/15, rears are 9" wide with Hankook 275/60/15. Mopar Action feature car in Dec 2009 (Rhapsody in Blue). This car places in most shows it is entered in. Selected by former Ramcharger Mike Buckel as best of show in 2008 at the Calisle All Chrysler Nationals. In 2010 it won the Classic Instruments NSRA Pro's Pick at the NSRA Northeast Nationals. The car is a stunning piece that has everyone amazed when they see that it is driven. 8000 miles have been turned on the odometer since having purchased this car in May 2008. Own a unique piece of history from the era of the factory Super Stockers. This car will not disappoint. Well over $145,000 invested. 100's of pics available if you want to see something in more detail that the pics here don't show, please email (no photo collectors please!) SERIOUS BUYERS ONLY!

Car is located in Montreal, QC Canada. The process of crossing the border is VERY easy. With a bill of sale and a the registration in hand you have EVERYTHING you need. Contact me if you have questions. I have several cars to the US and it is MUCH easier than trying to bring a car into Canada, trust me. $62,500 but taking REASONABLE offers.
 

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Great looking ride, good luck w the sale!
 
that is a great looking car and looks like a LOT of car for the greenbacks
 
Come on Powerball ticket!! lol
 
very nice ,and daredevil I think that you would need a drool bucket instead of a towel,thats one hell of a good looking ride there :headbang:
 
Thanks everyone. I didn't think that I am asking outrageous $, but I understand the economy and think I have it priced accordingly. Not much cash out there unfortunately, except under the tent at Barrett-Jackson.
 
were parked next to him at carlisle last year that car is beautifull!
why you selling
 
were parked next to him at carlisle last year that car is beautifull!
why you selling

Going to a completely different interest. ALL MOPAR, but just something completely different. That is why in a way if it doesn't sell, it doesn't matter. I am still left with a kick *** Mopar to be proud of.

Thanks for the kind words about the car. :thumbsup:
 
Still amazed that a 1981 Toyota Land Cruiser can sell at Barrett-Jackson for $88,000 and I can't get anyone to bite on my '63?! :thinker:
 
Still amazed that a 1981 Toyota Land Cruiser can sell at Barrett-Jackson for $88,000 and I can't get anyone to bite on my '63?! :thinker:


Defies all logic doesn't it, Steve. Hope you sell it soon. Spring is around the corner. Hopefully that will open the wallets up.


Wylde1.
 
Defies all logic doesn't it, Steve. Hope you sell it soon. Spring is around the corner. Hopefully that will open the wallets up.


Wylde1.

I certanly hope so, if not I'll have another summer beating on the Hemi. :eusa_clap:
 
Please spread the word if you are not interested. I have more Mopar plans once this sells, something VERY special and different, BUT I will not divulge until my ride sells. Bit of a time crunch as the other car is up for sale as well :sad10: so I may miss my opportunity if too much time passes.

Thanks everyone! :thumbsup:
 
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