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This is Louise and she really makes my wife smile . Has the floor shift console with the tach, lots of trim to polish and handles very well. :lol:

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That is a great looking car. The red contrast paint really sets off black paint job. What are you packing under the hood?

That is a great looking Dodge. The red contrast paint really sets off the back paint job. The rear shot shows off the Canadian only 440 tail light set-up that our U.S. friends rarely see.
Hi Dave, thanks for the words, car has a 440 motor in it with an automatic. where abouts in ontario are you.?
I also like the looks of your car as well.
 

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Hi Dave, thanks for the words, car has a 440 motor in it with an automatic. where abouts in ontario are you.?
I also like the looks of your car as well.
I live down near Port Bruce, just a few miles from Sparta Dragway. Where U at? Sending a picture of a '64 I took at a show near Cayuga. Motor is built up as a Maxie. I took a shot of the wheels that I am going to run on the Polara. They are a one piece cast aluminum 15" X 7" rim that replicates the look of Magnum 500 wheel with trim rings.

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Here I always find myself looking at 68-70 b bodies until this thread... guys you all have some mighty fine early b bodies! Nice cars guys!
 

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Love it! This is the first 64 Sport Fury I have seen with the red/wht/blue hubcaps other than mine.
 

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Love it! This is the first 64 Sport Fury I have seen with the red/wht/blue hubcaps other than mine.

I have those wheel covers hanging on my garage wall and that is where they’re staying. Not the best pics, hope you can see those polished spinners with the red, white and blue vinyl that my wife put in them. :steering: :rofl:

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Nice work with the 3D Prints. I used mine recently to make new steering column spacers to replace those old brittle white ones. I know you can by these now, but why not make my own!

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On a recent trip to the wrecking yard I decided to snap some photos of the 64's in the stacks. It's an older yard, with tons of impressive stuff. Sometimes I just wander around looking at everything.

The wagon was breaking my heart. One of my sons pointed out that the rear passenger compartment had fender covers that were in better shape than the ones in our car. That was surprising.
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Another 64 Dodge. And yes, it is sitting on a Charger.

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A couple of Plymouths.

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There was another 64 Plymouth in the bunch, I thought I took photos of it, but I couldn't find them when I went back and looked through all of them.

Either way, something I thought you all might find interesting.

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64fury74charger

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On a recent trip to the wrecking yard I decided to snap some photos of the 64's in the stacks. It's an older yard, with tons of impressive stuff. Sometimes I just wander around looking at everything.

The wagon was breaking my heart. One of my sons pointed out that the rear passenger compartment had fender covers that were in better shape than the ones in our car. That was surprising.
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Another 64 Dodge. And yes, it is sitting on a Charger.

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A couple of Plymouths.

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There was another 64 Plymouth in the bunch, I thought I took photos of it, but I couldn't find them when I went back and looked through all of them.

Either way, something I thought you all might find interesting.

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Definitely very interesting and I would like to know where the wrecking yard is located. I am guessing eastern Wa. Please let me know when you have time. Thanks for the pictures. Always good to have potential parts resources.

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On a recent trip to the wrecking yard I decided to snap some photos of the 64's in the stacks. It's an older yard, with tons of impressive stuff. Sometimes I just wander around looking at everything.

The wagon was breaking my heart. One of my sons pointed out that the rear passenger compartment had fender covers that were in better shape than the ones in our car. That was surprising.
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Another 64 Dodge. And yes, it is sitting on a Charger.

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A couple of Plymouths.

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There was another 64 Plymouth in the bunch, I thought I took photos of it, but I couldn't find them when I went back and looked through all of them.

Either way, something I thought you all might find interesting.

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Those front bumperettes should be saved off that wagon!
 

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Definitely very interesting and I would like to know where the wrecking yard is located. I am guessing eastern Wa. Please let me know when you have time. Thanks for the pictures. Always good to have potential parts resources.

You are correct, the yard is indeed in Eastern Wa.

Those front bumperettes should be saved off that wagon!

Fortunately the owner of the yard doesn't crush any of the old stuff, so someone will nab them at some point I'm sure.
Next time I go back I'm going to check the rear window mech in the wagon. Mine is missing a couple of teeth and only goes up and down with assistance.
 

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You are correct, the yard is indeed in Eastern Wa.



Fortunately the owner of the yard doesn't crush any of the old stuff, so someone will nab them at some point I'm sure.
Next time I go back I'm going to check the rear window mech in the wagon. Mine is missing a couple of teeth and only goes up and down with assistance.

Thank you for your help and who knows maybe we can collectively plan a “ROAD TRIP “ and I can stretch one of my cars legs and have some fun. Or maybe my wife could take some vacation time and her and I could bring both cars....
:thumbsup: :lol: :steering: :thankyou:

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That is an absolute beauty Frank Castle..
Love them 64's
I've been looking for something that I don't care for on it but don't change a thing,,, looks great.
 
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