This exceptional 1963 Plymouth Savoy Max Wedge 426 Super Stock
2-door sedan is one of 177 base-model Savoys fitted with the orange
monster Stage II Wedge. According to decoding of its production
record supplied by DaimlerChrysler and information published by Max
Wedge expert Darrell Davis, the bare-bones Savoy was built at
Chrysler's Lynch Road factory in Detroit, where all Plymouth Super
Stock cars were produced. The infamous option code 9 was originally
specified, confirming the Savoy's elite status as an original 426
Super Stock car with the mighty 426ci Maximum Performance Stage II
Wedge V8 engine, conservatively rated at 425hp. Transmission code 2
denotes the originally specified TorqueFlite automatic transmission
and code 30 confirms the car's original 7.50x14 Blackwall Rayon
tires. Following assembly, the Savoy was shipped on September 24,
1963, to Pleasant Grove Chrysler-Plymouth, Inc. in Dallas, TX. As
offered, the Savoy is meticulously restored and presented in its
factory-specified color combination of code PP1 Ruby paint over
code 306 Alabaster/Black cloth and vinyl upholstery. Additional
features include the dash-mounted push-button shifter and
period-style Sun dash-mounted tachometer. A modern MSD billet
distributor provides improved spark, though the original
distributor does come with the car. True to its roots, this Super
Stock Savoy sports a Chrysler Corporation "Shipping and Handling"
warning decal at the top of the windshield, as the car would have
been originally delivered. American Racing Torq Thrust 5-spoke
wheels look totally at home wrapped with BFGoodrich T/A drag radial
tires, and the Savoy also comes with a set of correct original
steel wheels with dog-dish hubcaps and 7.50-14 Goodyear blackwalls.
Manuals specific to Plymouth's 1963 Super Stock models are also
1963 Plymouth Savoy
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