63 Max Wedge Dodge Original Aluminum Front End car (Hemi Cuda of its day)

Price: US $94,900.00 Item location: Adams, Minnesota, United States
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Polara
  • SubModel: max wedge aluminum nose (hemi cuda of its day)
  • Type: Sedan
  • Trim: like 426 hemi of its day
  • Year: 1963
  • Mileage: 9,999
  • VIN: 6132200966
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 440
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: auto
  • Interior color: Red
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1963 Dodge Polara max wedge aluminum nose (hemi cuda of its day)

Original 1963 Dodge 330 Max Wedge Aluminum Front end Car

VIN: 6132200966

for more pics click here: https://www.flickr.com/gp/131023070@N06/xU6SGE

One of 20 produced with the Aluminum Front end

This car is in track ready condition. Turn the key and have the time of your life in a seriously rare and important piece of race history.

The 20 aluminum font end cars came from the factory with 13.5 to 1 Compression 426 wedge engines.

Along with the biggest motor with the highest compression this car came with the Torqueflite 3spd auto trans and 3:91 Sure grip rear.

Factory colors are Red/ Red

The car was sold new to Dick Glenn Motors in Butler PA. Shipped July 3rd 1963.

This car was a race car from new. It ran 12.79@ 112mph When new. It has slowly been updated to Tub and Cage configuration and a Dana rear has been added.

Most importantly All Aluminum pieces are still intact and in place.

The 426 wedge engine has been replaced with a big inch 440 wedge motor running a cross ram intake and carbs.

The trans is shifted with the original Reverse Shift Push Button shifter.

This car has complete Chrysler Documentation Original IBM card decoded by Galen Govier Original Fender Tag Copy of original Title Loads of vintage photos and news clippings of the car throughout its life including photo with Danger Brothers with Charles Blankenship driving.

The car had run a 10.68 at it's best.

Numbers are all correct on Radiator support rear speaker deck Fender tag VIN Tag and IBM card

Owner history is as follows:

Dick Glen Motors-Butler PA

Joe Plerell Butler PA - orig owner 1963-1971

Paul Richerson Jametown OH-1971-1972

Dave EdwardsWashington Courthouse OH- 1972-1973

Steve Denison& Danny Crawly- Indy IN- 1973-1976

Dan Davorak- OH 1976-1979

Steve Wofite- OH 1979-1982

Larry Augenstein-Grove City OH 1982-2002

Charles Blankenship- Groveport OH 2002-2005

John Oquinn- Houston TX 2005-2012

Ron Horvath-High Springs FL 2012---

63 Max Wedge cars are very desirable. They are the predecessor to 426 Hemi and were the Drag strip weapon of choice at the time. The most valuable collector cars are Great examples with the most powerful engine option available in a light weight limited production body. This is exactly what we have here today. When is the last time you ever saw a real Aluminum Front End car for sale? This could be the last one that you will ever be able to own. Great cars like this are being gobbled up by wealthy collectors that will not need to sell them for financial reasons. You will not be disappointed this car is as it is represented.

I recommend asking yourself the following questions when considering buying an investment car:

Desirable Model- Yes (Chryslers most powerful engine in a super rare Aluminum Front end body)

Documentation- Yes (Fender tag IBM card decoded by Galen Govier Darrell Davis Registry)

Great Colors- Yes It does not get much better than Red on Red

Great Condition- Yes Turn key race car

Owner and Race History- Yes complete from day one including photos and news clippings.

See pics for the option break down per the original IBM card

Interesting trades will be considered. Some examples are: Cuda Challenger Hellcat GT 40 Ford GT Cobra Shelby Road Runner GTX Dart Charger Mustang Camaro Trans AM SD Trans Am KTM Porsche Ferrari Lamborghini BMWetc

This car is Located in MN and can be inspected by appointment. message any questions or Email me for my number if you would like to speak with me.

for more pics click here: https://www.flickr.com/gp/131023070@N06/xU6SGE