based on early '60's Mopar Logo

1964 Dodge 440 Station Wagon

Takashi writes from Japan:

I like like like Mopar so much!

My first car was a Roadrunner I had for 2 years. Next, I had 1970 Dodge Challenger for 4 years. And next, I had a 1968 Dodge Dart for 3 years. The Dart was so easy driving and cool! But I decided that car changed because my sweet daughter is glowing up.

When I had the Dodge Dart, I found a Dodge 440 wagon that was published in an American car magazine in Japan. The car is so cool. But nobody look...I was interested so much.

4 years later, I bought it! Car delivery day: 19/Dec/2006.

1964 Dodge 440 wagon passenger side 1964 Dodge 440 wagon dash 1964 Dodge 440 wagon rear


I was searching for a 1964 Dodge 440 wagon, same model and same color, at the ’62 to ’65 Mopar Web site. I found Mr.Worth Morton’s Dodge 440 wagon. Surprise! My Dodge 440 wagon is Mr. Worth Morton's Dodge wagon!

Update

1964 Dodge 440 emblem At last, my Dodge came! My Dodge is easy driving and in good condition through this repair at Kennie’s Mopar Service. I put front disc brakes on, radiator overhauled, ignition system changed to electronic ignition, new alternator, new aftermarket air conditioner. Finally, the number of changed parts was over 130 because my Dodge sat unused for 5 years. But now, my Dodge is nice!

1964 Dodge 440 front 1964 Dodge 440 wagon driver's side
1964 Dodge 440 wagon 318 engine 1964 Dodge 440 wagon 318 engine


Please come to my home page and write some comments! Because I hope to make friends with Mopar guys in America.

You also can contact Takashi at 1964 Dodge 440 wagon owner

Update March 2007

Fellow Mopar fan Dave and I met in Osaka! That meeting was exciting!
I talked with him at my friend’s bar. Another friend came to the bar with
his 1970 Roadrunner.
1964 Dodge 440 owner Takashi meets U.S. Mopar fan Dave
Friend of 1964 Dodge 440 owner Takashi owns a Roadrunner Here is a picture of my friend and his 1968 Roadrunner.

Update March 2008

Kennie’s Mopar Service is working on my Dodge:
Pulling motor from 1964 Dodge 440 Station Wagon Pulling motor from 1964 Dodge 440 Station Wagon
Carb from 1964 Dodge 440 Station Wagon Steel wheels from 1964 Dodge 440 Station Wagon

Pulled transmission from 1964 Dodge 440 Station Wagon Pulled transmission from 1964 Dodge 440 Station Wagon
Pulled transmission from 1964 Dodge 440 Station Wagon Pulled transmission from 1964 Dodge 440 Station Wagon

Rebuilt 318 moter from 1964 Dodge 440 Station Wagon

Thanks Takashi!

That is a nice wagon -- on each side of the Pacific!   smile!

Gary H.


December 9, 2006; revised December 30, 2006; March 18, 2007; March 15, 2008

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