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Did not know that, thanks!
Hi, welcome to the 64 Dodge world of excitment. Mine was cleaner than this when I got it. I drove it home under its own 318 power. I had tons of metal work to do. Floor repairs, lower quarters, lower legs, some trunk work. Now its all painted and looks good with its 64 Dodge 426 wedge engine (+0.060") and Cope Racing push button trans in place. Engine runs great. I need to get body back together but my back decided to go south so I await surgery. Then I'll get back to it and finish it. Have fun with yours, post progress pics. Bill (cruizer88)
Looks great! Mine is now white too.
Been down that road myself good luck. https://www.forbbodiesonly.com/moparforum/showcase/johns-1964-polara-500.5144/
Well I haven't done to much more to the car in awhile. Got it completely stripped. Dash out, everything is off with the exception of the axle and front suspension, so I can move it around the shop. Surprisingly the floors look almost new so not much work there. Outside has some rot so will be some pretty good repairs there. I picked up a 440 with a 727 for it today. So anxious to get to the engine build part, but will be awhile yet. I will most likely do away with the push button transmission just cause of the difficulty I have had finding a big block transmission with cable shift for a reasonable price. Plus the engine I just bought had a transmission with it. I picked up the whole dash kit off a manual car so that takes care of the push buttons in the dash if I stay the route I am thinking, but who knows I am always changing my mind lol. The Mopar stuff has definitely been a learning curve. I have messed with Ford's my entire life, so it's been fun learning new stuff. New builder engine on the right. The old poly on the left
I am just in the process of finishing my 64 Polara. If you need any help or advice let me know. It has been a long road looking for parts. Very unlike restoring a 64 Chevy that is for sure. Bill
Why is there not a Mopar parts supermarket like that for GM!!??? ha
Glad to here you are getting closer to being done. You will enjoy the ride you have built. I'll be glad just to get four wheels on mine lol.
I might as well ask on here also if any of you 64' Polara guys have a complete steering wheel and also need front turn signal assemblies.
That's a great looking Polara , I have yet to see that color in person.
Dan headed to a swap meet Sunday. I will look for what you need. Problem is Mopar parts far and few. Have you looked at Kramer's
No, not yet but it looks like i'll have to. The roller i got was pretty complete but had fiberglass race weight bumpers and no front turn signals ,also had old beat up Grant wheel .
I got the glass bumpers also I installed turn signals in it looks pretty good. As for the steering wheel I'm trying to restore mine.
I figure chances are i'll have to restore whatever steering wheel i find also but that's ok ,I have restore the rest of the car anyway,lol.