In the early 1960s, Dodge and Plymouth introduced the all-new B
body cars, built with a shorter chassis. Because of the lightweight
design and powerful V8 engines, the B bodied models were superior
to the competition. The Dodge 330 was positioned above the A-body
Dart. Chrome wrapped around the windshield and the rear window had
moldings. Car was built to go to church and the grocery store
during the week and then on Sundays, to the racetrack!This is an
incredible example of a 1964 Dodge 330 Tribute car. The all-steel
original exterior has top of the line white paint. The hood vent,
roof and rear trunk lid have blue candy stripes that were typical
on these cars.Interior is the original light blue with a blue dash,
steering wheel, headliner, and carpet. Steering wheel features the
tachometer.Engine is the 426/547 HP Max Wedge Block with Max Wedge
Stage III heads and cross ram intake. Roger Lechtenberg did the
block head and prep. Exhaust is the original style Max Wedge
Exhaust manifolds and exhaust with cut out. Transmission is the 727
Push Button Torque Flite and the push buttons are located on the
top of the left side the dash.Car is radio and heater delete. There
is no clock and no other options.Total miles on the car are 48,000
original miles. When the car was restored, it had 43,000 miles.
Only 5,000 show miles have been put on the car since the
restoration.This Dodge 330 has won many awards at car shows. It is
an excellent driver and definitely a conversation starter!You can
view this Dodge by appointment only. Car is located in Bedford
County, Pennsylvania. $44,500.00 ONO.
1964 Dodge 330
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
Exterior Color:White/Blue Candy Stripes
Interested in something else? Search these similar vehicles...
ClassicCars.com has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States, successfully making the Inc. 5000 list in both 2015,
2016, 2017 and 2018. This prestigious accolade represents the continued growth of the company, and ClassicCars.com's dominance as the world's largest online marketplace for
buying and selling classic and collector vehicles.
The Stevie Awards, the world's premier business awards recognized
ClassicCars.com's first-class Customer Support team with a Stevie Bronze Award in 2019, celebrating the team's skills as exemplary customer support specialists.
In 2016 The Journal, brought to you by ClassicCars.com, was celebrated as the SECOND MOST INFLUENTIAL automotive blog in the world by NFC Performance.