1963 Dodge Polara Max Wedge
1 of 41 Max Wedge/3-speed Polaras sold in America during the 1963 model year and 1 of only 5 currently listed in Galen's Registry this stunning Max Wedge Polara is a model of collectability. The car met its first owner at Missouri's Bryant Motor Company in November of 1963 and would charge through the years with the same dedicated family until 1998. Thanks to a fortuitous 3-month flip with a second owner the Dodge found its way to owner number three and a detailed ground-up restoration that was... conducted by Nostalgia Lane of Machesney Park Illinois. That rebuild was completed circa 2007 right in the middle of the third owner's 12-year stewardship of the car. Owner number four would house the Dodge for another four years. And today this Polara rolls as super slick MoPar muscle that mixes stellar performance with killer aesthetics! Chrysler's top option for power hungry gearheads this car's legendary 426 cubic inch Ramcharger V8 creates a dyno-proven 409 horsepower. Behind that mill the car's restorers substituted a tough A833 4-speed for the correct T85 3-speed that's included with the sale. Naturally there's a rebuilt front torsion bar and rear leaf suspension that's been completely restored to include old school manual steering. At the center of that chassis aluminized exhaust shuttles spent gases in to either correct cutouts or an H-pipe crossover that hangs in front of throaty turbo mufflers. At the sides of those pipes rebuilt drums hide behind polished covers body-matched steelies and 215/75R14 American Classic whitewalls. And as specified by its Fender Tag this MoPar currently rolls with a Polara Grade Red vinyl interior. Fully documented carefully restored and ready to roll this incredible Dodge is both unique and rare. If you're ready to up your classic car game call click or visit and take the wheel of this registry-listed Ramcharger!