This Car Started Out As A Rust Free Southern California And Nevada 1963 Dodge 330.
It Retains All Of Its Rust Free Original Sheet Metal. Rotisserie Restored, Stripped Down To Bare Metal And Painted Top And Bottom.
This Car Is As Clean And Solid As You Will Ever See.
Under The Hood Sits A Mean 528 Crate HEMI Second Generation With A Cross Ram Intake, Lift Off Light Weight Fiberglass Hood.
Power Is Fed From Twin 770 CFM Holley Carburetors. Stainless Steel Braided Fuel Lines Feed Both Carburetors Via Pressure Valve.
Custom Built Transmission Mopar 727 Push Button Transmission Built By Dynamic Racing Transmissions. Drive Shaft Was Also Special Built By Inland Empire Driveline With 1350 Joints.
All Of This HEMI Power Is Laid Down With 8 3/4" Rear End With A NOS 3.91 Chuck And Super Stock Springs.
Runs Cool With A Gibson Aluminum Radiator Which Keeps This Car Running At A Constant 180 Degrees.
Complete Custom Built TTI Exhaust System.
Every Piece Of The Front End Is New And Restored. All New Wiring, MSD Ignition System.
Stopping Power Is Accomplished By A Twin Piston Master Cylinder Feeding Down Through Stainless Steel Brake Lines To A Custom Disc Brake Set Up Up front And Drums In Rear.
GORGEOUS White And Red Paint Shot In Base Coat Clear Coat Urethane
All New Red And White Bucket Seat Interior, New Door Panels And Headliner, Refurbished Dash And Gauges.
All Stainless Steel Trim Polished To A Brilliant Finish
Hoosier Pro-Street Blackwall Tires With American Racing Wheels . .
PLEASE PHONE AHEAD TO ARRANGE TO VIEW THIS CAR AS IT IS LISTED OFF SITE . . .
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