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1964 Dodge Polara

Scott McAlister writes: In the Fall of 2009 I picked up a 1963 Dodge Polara 4 door hardtop. I’m not partial to 4 doors, but couldn’t pass this one up.

The photos are from when I first got the Mopar.

1963 Dodge Polara, front

Overall the Dodge is pretty clean and has 93,200 miles. The interior needs some work like front seat upholstery repair, carpet, sun visors and a headliner. Itís all there, but is beginning to deteriorate.

1963 Dodge Polara, driver side

The power is from a Poly 318 with a 600 cfm Edelbrock 4 bbl and a Weiand intake, electronic ignition and dual exhaust. I’ve added a Mopar performance orange box ignition and distributor and a dual pot master cylinder since these photos were taken.

1963 Dodge Polara, 318 poly motor

The Polara gets driven regularly in good weather. The car has spent its entire life in the Salt Lake City area and originally came from Hinckley Dodge, a local dealer there.

1963 Dodge Polara, front

Future plans are to install a built 360 LA motor, upgrade the 1963 727 with a shift kit and 2400 stall convertor and 3.55 SureGrip center section for the 8 3/4 rear end. The interior will remain stock, as will the exterior (except for the Cragars and BFGs). New paint in the same color is also in the works.

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Thanks, Scott!

That is a nice looking survivor Dodge!   smile!

Gary H.


September 4, 2010
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