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Thats gonna be a cool car for sure. I love the 62 to 65 Mopars and the 64 Dodge is one of the best looking ones. I had to put front floor pans in my 63 also. Its no problem as many places had them. I dont remember what I paid for them though as it was in 2004 when I got them. Good luck with it and please post updates as you build it. Ron
Haven't posted in about a month, so I figure it's time for an update. Over the Fourth of July I usually take a couple weeks vacation so the first week was spent clearing out my shop of all the "stuff" from our move to this new place. We added a 30 X 60 barn to the end of the shop in the spring where all the garden/tractor/lawn mowers/stuff goes. DONE. Yesterday and today was spent striping the 330. Found the usual stuff. The floor panels are shot, which I knew. The interesting thing is the fenders and quarters are very solid other than around the windows and the pass side blower inlet and drivers side post. Also must decide what to do about the cowl and the firewall. Next week the under side comes off and put on a cage for transport to the media blaster to see what I've really got here. PS. update from the engine builder, rotating assy at the shop for balance.
A couple more shots. Other than the shocks (torch ran out of oxy), I think I'm ready for the rolling under-carraige. I'll measure it up tomorrow and have the guys at the shop kick it out using scrap steel. By next weekend I hope to be at the media blaster.
I can tell you right now you started on the WRONG TRACK...
Yup, I'm doing a 63 Polara Max Wedge clone and I have already identified your first mistake..That "Rear End" has to go!
Uh, yeah, I'll send you a "couple a hunnderd bucks" for it and I'll be kind enough to take it off your hands...
It all looks great! good job, thanks for the pics and oh yeah: "that rear end is to die for"
thanks guys. This one, I have a feeling, will take some time. I'm on the "pay as you go" plan. nice part is the big ticket items are paid for now its the nickel and dime stuff. which seems to never end. And Ya, SBS, those guys at Moser do good work. I have a bias, they are about an hour from me and a friend of mine races Super Gas with them.