For Sale *** NOT MINE *** 1964 Dodge Polara 2 DR HDTP - all orig - lo miles (66k) $28,900

RH41E6GG1

Active Member
Local time
6:10 PM
Joined
May 26, 2022
Messages
42
Reaction score
19
Location
Southern California
1964 Dodge Polara


Text from store's website:

"This Polara has been owned by the same family since new. It was purchased at Barker Motors in Attica, Indiana where it remained until moving to Georgia in 1994 when the son of the original owner inherited it.

This is a remarkably well-preserved original example -- paint meter readings confirm original paint on all panels; bumpers, grille and chrome are in excellent original condition with a nice shine and no discernible pitting or hazing. Nice original floors pans and rockers with factory-applied undercoating intact and no known rust.

Interior is likewise a study in originality, with original seat upholstery, headliner, door panels, dash and steering wheel all in excellent condition. Original carpet has faded slightly with age. Gauges are clear and working, as are all lights, indicators, switches and the original factory radio. Optioned with power windows, all of which work except for the right rear.

Under the hood is a 318 cubic inch V8 mated to a TorqueFlite 727 automatic transmission with push-button controls. Optioned with power steering and power brakes. This Mopar starts easily and runs and drives well -- although we do not have comprehensive service records to document the mileage, we believe the indicated mileage of 65,000 is the actual original mileage due to this example's overall state of preservation and driving dynamics.

Owner's books and original purchase invoice are included with the sale."

More photos on the website, of course.

Screen Shot 2022-06-13 at 2.21.48 PM.png
Screen Shot 2022-06-13 at 2.22.17 PM.png
Screen Shot 2022-06-13 at 2.23.00 PM.png
Screen Shot 2022-06-13 at 2.23.53 PM.png
Screen Shot 2022-06-13 at 2.24.20 PM.png
Screen Shot 2022-06-13 at 2.24.38 PM.png
 

Budnicks

You Can Just Thank Me Later
FBBO Gold Member
Local time
6:10 PM
Joined
Jan 16, 2011
Messages
62,030
Reaction score
75,857
Location
NorCal Sierras
Relatively nice car, looks relatively original
the interior looks a lot better condition than the engine bay

does old base 64 Polara 2dr HT 'with a Poly 318, with an auto',
looks like it also has PB & PS, "they believe" only has 65k miles
go for that much now ?
$28k+

(curious)
dealer, inflated price
 

RH41E6GG1

Active Member
Local time
6:10 PM
Joined
May 26, 2022
Messages
42
Reaction score
19
Location
Southern California
Relatively nice car, looks relatively original
the interior looks a lot better condition than the engine bay

does old base 64 Polara 2dr HT 'with a Poly 318, with an auto',
looks like it also has PB & PS,
go for that much now ? $28k+

dealer, inflated price
I doubt it, but it all depends on who is looking at the particular moment in time. Maybe it was their first car, or a car with which they associate a lot of fond memories. But if you consider the cost to make an average example into a #2 car, this is a deal (assuming it's not an investment purchase). Of course, a consignment store (or an individual seller) is going to "ask" for more than they hope to get.
 

gtx6970

Well-Known Member
Local time
6:10 PM
Joined
Dec 29, 2015
Messages
1,910
Reaction score
3,060
Location
Tucson AZ
Imo. Price is not hatefull and just might pull that.
But the market like it is ...one never knows.

But IMO Something Low mid 20s and this car would gone in a week or less. Original paint and interior is a huge draw to many.
Ill be honest ..i like it. Just not at 28k

Poly 318 is gonna hold it back for most.
And the body style is a limited market much worst then 66.67 cars. That i prefer .
 
Last edited:

toolmanmike

Henchman #2
Staff member
FBBO Gold Member
Local time
8:10 PM
Joined
Aug 11, 2010
Messages
8,414
Reaction score
14,951
Location
Iowa
1964 Dodge Polara


Text from store's website:

"This Polara has been owned by the same family since new. It was purchased at Barker Motors in Attica, Indiana where it remained until moving to Georgia in 1994 when the son of the original owner inherited it.

This is a remarkably well-preserved original example -- paint meter readings confirm original paint on all panels; bumpers, grille and chrome are in excellent original condition with a nice shine and no discernible pitting or hazing. Nice original floors pans and rockers with factory-applied undercoating intact and no known rust.

Interior is likewise a study in originality, with original seat upholstery, headliner, door panels, dash and steering wheel all in excellent condition. Original carpet has faded slightly with age. Gauges are clear and working, as are all lights, indicators, switches and the original factory radio. Optioned with power windows, all of which work except for the right rear.

Under the hood is a 318 cubic inch V8 mated to a TorqueFlite 727 automatic transmission with push-button controls. Optioned with power steering and power brakes. This Mopar starts easily and runs and drives well -- although we do not have comprehensive service records to document the mileage, we believe the indicated mileage of 65,000 is the actual original mileage due to this example's overall state of preservation and driving dynamics.

Owner's books and original purchase invoice are included with the sale."

More photos on the website, of course.

View attachment 1298449 View attachment 1298450 View attachment 1298451 View attachment 1298452 View attachment 1298453 View attachment 1298455
My kind of car.
 

65Bel

FBBO Gold Member
FBBO Gold Member
Local time
8:10 PM
Joined
Sep 17, 2021
Messages
3,751
Reaction score
19,640
Location
central Illinois
For comparison, here's the '64 Polara 500 my brother bought just last week. It's a 383 4-speed with new paint, new top, new interior plus new wheels & tires. He paid 28k even.

1964 Polara 500 383 4-Sp (3).jpg


1964 Polara 500 383 4-Sp (4).jpg


1964 Polara 500 383 4-Sp (16).jpg


1964 Polara 500 383 4-Sp (7).jpg


1964 Polara 500 383 4-Sp (19).jpg


1964 Polara 500 383 4-Sp (11).jpg
 

Top