This 1963 Dodge Polara has a very cool style. And beneath the
distinct sheetmetal is a performance-built 440 V8 and all the right
goodies to make this a quarter-mile king.
This comes from the few years when you could really tell a Mopar
apart from the crowd. They had extra style everywhere. That's why
the vertical bar grille had a horizontal crease; the full-length
trim had both a tapered line and a hockey stick end; and there's
even a hint of sporty overhang on the roof. So with a car this
distinct, it's nice to see one so well presented with crisp lines
and doors that close with confidence. And it's all wrapped in an
updated application of a tasteful maroon. This was also the era
when full size cars had big power, and so this one shows its
aggression particularly well with the hood scoop and
competition-style American Racing Torq Thrust wheels - and do you
see how much wider the rear ones are?
The interior has a vintage look, but they also gave it the right
updates. For example, the two wide benches have a stock style, but
they have been updated later in life to make sure everyone is
comfortable. The same goes for the door panels and sun visors. If
you like stock-style then you'll enjoy the artful steering wheel
with classic Dodge center cap, and the AM radio is even still on
display. But this is not out to be just some vintage cruiser. The
AutoMeter Pro-Comp temp and oil pressure readouts are mounted high
on the dash so they're at eye-level. The large AutoMeter Auto Gage
tach is there, too, and it goes quite well with the B&M ratchet
The dark inner walls of the engine bay funnel your attention to the
big heart in the middle. This is Mopar's mighty 440 cubic-inch V8.
It has been built with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Weiand
hi-rise intake, MSD ignition w/billet distributor, and an upgraded
performance cam. Long tube headers add power while also
contributing to the rumble of the Cherry Bomb dual exhaust. This is
believed to be a professional speed shop setup, and you take full
control over it all with the stout A727 Torqueflite three-speed
that's built with a reverse manual valve body.
We're all after power and distinction...and this performance Polara
delivers both in spades. So at a price like this, you know you
don't want to miss this deal. Call today!!!