|1963 Dodge 330|
1963 Dodge 330
In 1963, the 330 was the base model for Dodge and the lowest priced. it was available in four modes, a 2-door and 4-door sedan and two wagons equipped with either a standard six or V8 engine. Features of the 330 model included torsion-bar ride, a rust protected body, self adjusting brakes and low friction steering. Standard options included electric windshield wipers, sun visors, and a PCV system.
1963 Dodge 330 Factory Specifications & Production
|Model Number||Body/Style Number||Body Type & Seating||Factory Price
|TD1L/2L||413/613||4 dr Sedan - 6P||$2,301/$2,408||3,064/3,253 lbs||Note 1|
|TD1L/2L||411/611||2 dr Sedan - 6P||$2,245/$2,352||3,029/3,218 lbs||Note 1|
|TD1L/2L||456/656||4 dr Station Wagon - 6P||$2,648/$2,756||3,293/3,478 lbs||Note 1|
|TD1L/2L||457/657||4 dr Station Wagon - 9P||$2,749/$2,857||3,358/3,543 lbs||Note 1|
1. 330 total production = 64,100. A total of 40,100 were 6-cylinders and 24,000 were V8's (total rounded off to the nearest 100).
|Model||Wheelbase||Overall Length||Width||Front Track||Rear Track||Tires|
|330||119 in||208.1 in||Not Available||Not Available||Not Available||7.00 x 14|
|330 Station Wagon||116 in||210.7||Not Available||Not Available||Not Available||7.00 x 14|
1963 Dodge VIN Decoding
|Serial Numbers were stamped on a metal plate on the left front door pillar.|