1956 Dodge Lancer 2 Door Hardtop. DGC2199 VIN 12612199 270 V-8,
"Red Ram" poly head engine. The poly head was designed to have
better flow and intern create more horsepower due to the shape of
the combustion chamber. With the upgrades this Dodge should be at
least in the neighborhood of 205 hp. It's rated at 189 HP with
stock 2-barel carburetor. The man that built this car found a rare
vintage Offenhauser performance 4-barrel aluminum intake manifold
for it and mounted a new Holley performance carburetor on it. It's
also has an upgrade of an electronic ignition, eliminating ignition
points. Automatic Pushbutton Transmission, 4 Wheel power disc
brakes, Power Windows, Cold Air Conditioning. Now has an
alternator. What a beautiful car, the paint and body are excellent
on this car. The color combination goes great with all of the
chrome and trim. Coker white white radial tires modern rear end. 10
bolt rear end. It has an a.m. FM CD with remote control under the
front seat. Seatbelts with retractors have been installed. The
floors are original and rust free sound deadening mat was installed
on all the floors including the trunk and I believe also in the
doors. It is a tricolor car with white briar Rose on top of a
darker shade of briar Rose on the bottom and gray metallic with the
head of rose pearl in the middle it has been cut and polish to near
perfection. The interior is a combination of plate and roll vinyl
and hard bound nylon cloth it has new door trunk and hood rubber
seals. There are over 60 pieces of chrome and stainless steel that
has been re-chromed or hand polished during the build of this car
along with countless hours of labor and dedication it is
beautiful.This car is a fun one to drive and is quiet and smooth.
The is no power steering, but it's easy easy to steer. This Dodge
won the "Best Mopar" in an annual car show in Twin Falls Idaho.
1956 Dodge Lancer
Exterior Color:Dust rose/ gray metallic/ darker dust rose
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