1963 Dodge Polara Max Wedge Ramcharger "14 yr restoration/matching numbers"

Price: - Item location: Boca Raton, Florida, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Polara
  • Year: 1963
  • Mileage: 39,128
  • VIN: 6332115243
  • Engine size: Max Wedge
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1963 Dodge Polara

1963 Dodge Polara 426 Max Wedge Ramcharger

Click center of picture above to watch video!!!!


1963 Dodge Polara Max Wedge Ramcharger "Dodge registry 1 of 5 built-Undefeated 62-63"


WE ARE OFFERING THIS CAR AT NO RESERVE


WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END THIS AUCTION EARLY


PLEASE CALL US AT (954) 873-6495 to make us any reasonable offer or a car or cars you might wish to offer in trade!


This widely raced car never lost a single race between 10/25/62 through 6/20/63 (1/8 & 1/5 mile)


It has had a 14 year Rotisserie restoration, completed in 2016 by world renown Chrysler NASCAR

Racer, Buddy Arrington & his Son Joey Arrington, NASCAR racer, engine builder & team owner.


Amazingly, this bad to the bone Ramcharger still has it's original Engine, transmission and rear end.


Serial number: 6332115243


Mileage: Less than 20 miles since completed


Exterior: Turquoise Iridescent


Interior: Blue with white steering wheel


Engine: Factory original 426 Max Wedge Ramcharger (same motor that was in this car when it left the factory)


Rear End: 3:91 Limited slip differential (original)


Transmission: Push Button H/D Automatic (Original transmission)


Radio: AM


Exhaust: 3 1/2" diameter tuned for maximum performance, collector box ( uncapped with 9/16th socket in 5 min)


Factory original Fender tag

All ORIGINAL Broadcast sheets

All shipping documents

Factory Warranty book (no warranty on the power train on these car-Chrysler knew what these cars

were going to be used for....DRAG RACING)

Dealers Sales invoice

Finance Installment contact

Complete race history with photos & articles

Every Factory Dodge service bulletin to make these cars go faster

Original set of keys with Chrysler ring with key code

Original Color Chart

Original Dealer color brochure in both sizes

Ramcharger factory brochure

Original black & white photo of Nate Berk Jr. by his Dad's Dodge Dealer ship

with a hood full of trophies

NewsPaper article on this car


Condition: A true number 1+ condition car that has undergone a 14 year Rotisserie Restoration with no expense spared.

Restoration performed by Chrysler NASCAR Legend, Buddy Arrington, his Son Joey Arrington, NASCAR racer, engine

builderand Team owner, along with the assistance of noted Early High Performance MoPar expert, Jim Willard. This car

was restored to exacting detail & was completed in March 2016. Driven less than 20 miles since completed.

The cost to duplicate a restoration to these standards today is $150,000-$175,000 and that is if you have all

the original parts to restore.


To the best of our knowledge, this is the ONLY 1963 Dodge Polara Ramcharger that still retains all of it's original

power train and has never lost a single sanctioned NHRA or AHRA 1/4 or 1/5 mile race in it's almost 1&1/2 years of competition.


I spoke with Joey Arrington today and he verified everything about this car. He said the winning bidder was welcome to call him and

he gave me his cell phone private line. (12/11/17) He is a truly a 1st class Gentleman.


I also spoke with Jim Willard today and he confirmed that he finished the restoration and made sure every detail was

done to precise factory standards.Jim is a world renowned experton early high performance MoPars.

He also gave me his private number and said it would be okay to give hisnumber to the next owner.


Like Joey Arrington, Nate Jr.is also a 1st class Gentleman. I spoke to Nate Berk, Jr....he is now 76 and he is one terrific guy....

we promised to keep in touch...A story he shared with me was oneSundayhe was racing at Maplegrove and he could't get any traction.....

Dave Stricker walked over and offered to loan Nate a pair of M & H "Race Master slicks...Dave wasn't racing that day and Nate when on to take

top stock eliminator....that's the way it was in the late 50's and 60'smost guys were willing to help even the competition.


I haven't been able to reach Nate's younger Brother, Danny, but should be able to speak with him soon.

He still works at Berk's Dodge in the same location.


Here is this car's amazing & unique history.....


A very young (21) Nate Berk Jr. was working at his Dad's Dodge dealership in Whitehall, Pennsylvania.(Berks Motors)

Nate leveled with his Dad.........he wanted a car to go Drag Racing inthe 1/5 and 1/4 mile. He told his Dad he had ordered a

nice Dodge Polara (no post) with the 426 Ram induction, push button automatic 3:91 rear and a radio.


Included with the many documents, is the original freight bill from the Detroit Dodge Factory on T.J. McCarthy Steamship

Company, Dated 10/19/62 with the destination listed as Catasauqua, PA.


The shipper was listed as Chrysler Mtrs Corp & consignee.

His Dad knew what he wanted this car for and he was all in favor.

His Dad realized "race & winon Sunday" and "Sell carson Monday"


The yellow freight bill states it was off loaded on 10/20/62 to P&M Auto Transport and received at the Berks dealership on 10/22/62.


In an e-mail from Nate Jr's younger Brother, Denny Berk he writes "My brother was deer hunting the day the Dodge arrived

at our Dealership. After it was unloaded from the carrier and inspected for any shipping damage, our shop employee,

Bobby, pulled it on the front lift and uncapped the exhaust. WOW! It's sound of music or the roar of Max Wedge

filled our ears. I being 8 years old remember it well. I think that hooked me on B bodies and Wedge power."


"My Brother Nate soon had the big block running to perfection, all the factory trick bulletins and a few of his own. Like

cutting alternator power, small cut fan blades, hood jacked in the rear for cowl induction and his own engine tune.

I think my Brother was a little bit better at intimidating the flag men, as there were only a few tracks with Christmas trees"


"Like I told you in our conversation, on 1/5thor 1/4 mile, he never lost a round of competition" "My family is still

operating the dealership in the same location" "My Brother had M & H racemasters on the street. They had 1 & 1/2 inch

white wall's vulcanized on them to appear as stock tires."


He used some tricks that enabled him to beat Ramchargers that were running 13-1 compression engines. I'm not

sure all were legal?


"The Atlas Bucrons were popular at that time but just were not enough for that Max Wedge"


"Nateowned the car and kept it in the dealership's name and on the MSO. The Pennsylvania Dealer's tag that is on the car

is the Dealer plate Nate used on this car. Also included is an original Pennsylvania Inspection Sticker.


Further documentation is the Car Production Broadcast sheet from the Dodge Assembly plant. It was under the seat and

you can see the black marks from the seat springs.Also included is a 2nd Car Production Sheet-1963-from the Dodge Assembly Plant

and it is in very good condition.


Included is the original 1963 Dodge operating instruction book in poor condition and a brand new one that is a reproduction.

The owners service certificate (6332115243) is in excellent condition which I presume is it had little or no use. No warranty was

offered on the driveline of these 426 Ramcharger race cars. The original envelope that held the warranty and the owner's manual

is in fair condition


Also a 1963 Dodge Ramcharger Brochure, with Berks County Motors, West Reading stamped on the back and a full

color Dodge brochure on the complete line of Dodges for 1963.


Of all the documentation on this car and there is tons, my favorite is a black & white photo of Nate Jr. with his

RamCharger parked out side of his Dad's Dodge dealership with the hood covered with many trophies.


Also included are Newspapers with Nate Jr. mentioning is many, many wins at various Drag Strips.


Nate Jr. saved all the original bulletins from Dodge on how to make these special RamCharger cars go

even faster. Dodge & Plymouth were really into 1/4 and 1/8 mile sanction NHRA and AHRA racing.

They new that "Winon Sunday" translated to "Sell carson Monday" and they cashed in big time for most of

1960's. All the bulletins will go with this car.


I hesitate to describe any car as perfect or restored to perfection...but in this case we could not find anything

as incorrect or needs to be fixed.....This is the best restored and most correct car we have ever offered on

Ebay since we started selling cars almost 18 years ago on Ebay.....Please come and inspect this car...maybe you can

find an imperfection? We could not!


This car was 1st sold (NEW) and 1st titled by Berk Motors on June 20th, 1963 to a Carl Atherbolt, RD 2, Walnutport, PA.

Included is the Original Pennsylvania Motor vehicle Sale Contract. Carl was also young (age 21) and need his Mother

(Mrs. Mae Atherbolt) to co-sign the note.


It shows the following:

Cash price of $3904

Down payment of $144

56 Dodge Lancer trade in $1000

Credit Life Insurance $101.26

Finance charge of $514.46

36 monthly installments of $93.77


Carl paid the car off on June 20th, 1966


Carl continued to Race his Dodge until 1966. He then pulled out

the engine and replaced it with a 440 motor. Fortunately, he carefully removed the

engine, disassembled & had it properly stored.


From 1966 until 1971 he raced the car with a 440 CID V-8.


He stopped racing in 1971 and the car lay dormant 2001 until Carl sold it

to Buddy and Joey Arrington. They started the incredible restoration in 2002 and finished it with the help of

MoPar Expert Jim Willard. When I spoke with Joey Arrington today he said he personally rebuilt the

engine and he is the best of the best when it comes to building hi-performance MoPar engines.


He kept the original block, heads, intake, carbs, ect and lightly honed the original blocks, put in new replacement pistons,

replaced all the valves, pushrods, camshaft, and balanced and blueprinted the engine. He said it fired up and ran perfect

the 1st time he turned the key. Of course the transmission and rear end were professionally rebuilt.

Joey is recognized as one of the best engine builders in the U.S.


We will supply to the winning bidder the phone numbers of all of the following:


1.Nate Berk Jr.

2.Danny Berk (Joey's younger Brother)

3.Joey Arrington

4.Jim Willard (MoPar Expert and well-know MoPar restorer

5.Darrell Davis (Dodge Max Wedge Registry

Who is "Lifestyle 21st Century Auctions?"

We are constantly asked by all the top Auction Companies to please bring our extraordinary vintage

cars to their auctions. We have been offered PRIME TIMES, NO ENTRY FEES and all types of perks.

Instead, we proudly choose to sell all of our cars to the worldwide audience of car collectors and car lovers

who love the opportunityto buy our cars without paying the 10% Buyer fees and high shipping costs as a

result of a "SpecialArrangement" with a few 'on auction site shippers.'

We welcome any pre-inspection of our cars by an Inspection company that is hired

by a potential buyer. If they have the proper insurance and a valid Driver's license we letthem drive the car as well.

We are extremely proud of the cars we offer which has resulted in a 100% feedback rating for more than 16 years.

We sold our 1st vintage car on Ebay in March of 2000. Prior to that, for 40 years we sold almost every car through print media.

We never try to just"Make a sale"because a sale is usually a one time event. Instead, we do our best to

"Make a customer"because a customer is forever and that's a VERY good thing in business.

I would urge you to call me ASAP at(954) 873-6495and I will share with you our lowest possible price...we will NOT respond

to e-mails requesting this information and will only share this with a live voice on the phone.

If you have a car that is fully restored or completely original and in EXCELLENT condition, we would welcome to take your car in trade.

We have beensellingthe best of the best in Vintage & antique classic cars on Ebay since March of 2000.

Over$400 MILLION DOLLARS of vintage cars and growing.

We have 1013Positive Feedbacks, most are for Vintage cars.

In actuality, we have sold over 3000 vintage cars since 2000! However, only 1 out of 3 buyers

wants to use the Ebay process.

We hope you'll take a moment and visit the Garage Memories Auto Museum.

We are eagerly looking forward to help you create some of your own wonderful "Garage Memories"

Please Click here to visit Garage Memories to see the fabulous cars we have sold this year.click here

Every car we sell has to be special and unique...no "drivers" "Fixer Uppers" or "20 Footers" just the best of the best!

We love either near perfect "original" cars or cars restored with an "open checkbook" to perfection!

Weunderstand that many collectors who are buying a car like this are doing so for investment purposes

and do not want anyone else to know their final price of acquisition.

Whatever your choice, we will respect your decision. We never disclose to anyone what the final purchase priceis of any of the "GARAGEMEMORIES" we sell.

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Collector car insurance is dirt cheap...about $250-$300 a year for a quality collectible like this. and you can buy full coverage!

Due to this car's higher value, most likely $500-$600 a year.

They usually require a garage and not more than 2500-3000miles a year put on the car.

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Taken 5 years into the Restoration at Buddy & Joey Arrington’s shop

Taken 5 years into the Restoration at Buddy & Joey Arrington’s shop

Taken 5 years into the Restoration at Buddy & Joey Arrington’s shop

Taken 5 years into the Restoration at Buddy & Joey Arrington’s shop

Taken 5 years into the Restoration at Buddy & Joey Arrington’s shop

Taken 5 years into the Restoration at Buddy & Joey Arrington’s shop

Taken 5 years into the Restoration at Buddy & Joey Arrington’s shop

$1963 dodge polara 1963 Dodge Polara 426 Max Wedge Ramcharger

1963 Dodge Polara Max Wedge Ramcharger "Dodge registry 1 of 5 built-Undefeated 62-63"


WE ARE OFFERING THIS CAR AT NO RESERVE


WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END THIS AUCTION EARLY


PLEASE CALL US AT (954) 873-6495 to make us any reasonable offer or a car or cars you might wish to offer in trade!


This widely raced car never lost a single race between 10/25/62 through 6/20/63 (1/8 & 1/5 mile)


It has had a 14 year Rotisserie restoration, completed in 2016 by world renown Chrysler NASCAR

Racer, Buddy Arrington & his Son Joey Arrington, NASCAR racer, engine builder & team owner.


Amazingly, this bad to the bone Ramcharger still has it's original Engine, transmission and rear end.


I visited onAugust 7th(2017) in person with Darrell Davis who is the custodian of the Dodge Max Wedge Registry.

He confirmed this is but one of five Dodge Polaras built in this configuration (no post) with this Powertrain.

I believe he said 3 were 3/speed Automatics and 2 were 3/speed manual transmissions (the automatics were usually quicker!)


Serial number: 6332115243


Mileage: Less than 20 miles since completed


Exterior: Turquoise Iridescent

Darrel Davis who maintains the Ramcharger Registry informed us of the

5 Ramcharger Polara's with no post in his registry, this is the ONLY one built in this special color


Interior: Blue with white steering wheel


Engine: Factory original 426 Max Wedge Ramcharger (same motor that was in this car when it left the factory)


Rear End: 3:91 Limited slip differential (original)


Transmission: Push Button H/D Automatic (Original transmission)


Radio: AM


Exhaust: 3 1/2" diameter tuned for maximum performance, collector box ( uncapped with 9/16th socket in 5 min)


Factory original Fender tag

All ORIGINAL Broadcast sheets

All shipping documents

Factory Warranty book (no warranty on the power train on these car-Chrysler knew what these cars

were going to be used for....DRAG RACING)

Dealers Sales invoice

Finance Installment contact

Complete race history with photos & articles

Every Factory Dodge service bulletin to make these cars go faster

Original set of keys with Chrysler ring with key code

Original Color Chart

Original Dealer color brochure in both sizes

Ramcharger factory brochure

Original black & white photo of Nate Berk Jr. by his Dad's Dodge Dealer ship

with a hood full of trophies

NewsPaper article on this car


Condition: A true number 1+ condition car that has undergone a 14 year Rotisserie Restoration with no expense spared.

Restoration performed by Chrysler NASCAR Legend, Buddy Arrington, his Son Joey Arrington, NASCAR racer, engine

builderand Team owner, along with the assistance of noted Early High Performance MoPar expert, Jim Willard. This car

was restored to exacting detail & was completed in March 2016. Driven less than 20 miles since completed.

The cost to duplicate a restoration to these standards today is $150,000-$175,000 and that is if you have all

the original parts to restore.


To the best of our knowledge, this is the ONLY 1963 Dodge Polara Ramcharger that still retains all of it's original

power train and has never lost a single sanctioned NHRA or AHRA 1/4 or 1/5 mile race in it's almost 1&1/2 years of competition.


I spoke with Joey Arrington today and he verified everything about this car. He said the winning bidder was welcome to call him and

he gave me his cell phone private line. (12/11/17) He is a truly a 1st class Gentleman.


I also spoke with Jim Willard today and he confirmed that he finished the restoration and made sure every detail was

done to precise factory standards.Jim is a world renowned experton early high performance MoPars.

He also gave me his private number and said it would be okay to give hisnumber to the next owner.


Like Joey Arrington, Nate Jr.is also a 1st class Gentleman. I spoke to Nate Berk, Jr....he is now 76 and he is one terrific guy....

we promised to keep in touch...A story he shared with me was oneSundayhe was racing at Maplegrove and he could't get any traction.....

Dave Stricker walked over and offered to loan Nate a pair of M & H "Race Master slicks...Dave wasn't racing that day and Nate when on to take

top stock eliminator....that's the way it was in the late 50's and 60'smost guys were willing to help even the competition.


I haven't been able to reach Nate's younger Brother, Danny, but should be able to speak with him soon.

He still works at Berk's Dodge in the same location.


Here is this car's amazing & unique history.....


A very young (21) Nate Berk Jr. was working at his Dad's Dodge dealership in Whitehall, Pennsylvania.(Berks Motors)

Nate leveled with his Dad.........he wanted a car to go Drag Racing inthe 1/5 and 1/4 mile. He told his Dad he had ordered a

nice Dodge Polara (no post) with the 426 Ram induction, push button automatic 3:91 rear and a radio.


Included with the many documents, is the original freight bill from the Detroit Dodge Factory on T.J. McCarthy Steamship

Company, Dated 10/19/62 with the destination listed as Catasauqua, PA.


The shipper was listed as Chrysler Mtrs Corp & consignee.

His Dad knew what he wanted this car for and he was all in favor.

His Dad realized "race & winon Sunday" and "Sell carson Monday"


The yellow freight bill states it was off loaded on 10/20/62 to P&M Auto Transport and received at the Berks dealership on 10/22/62.


In an e-mail from Nate Jr's younger Brother, Denny Berk he writes "My brother was deer hunting the day the Dodge arrived

at our Dealership. After it was unloaded from the carrier and inspected for any shipping damage, our shop employee,

Bobby, pulled it on the front lift and uncapped the exhaust. WOW! It's sound of music or the roar of Max Wedge

filled our ears. I being 8 years old remember it well. I think that hooked me on B bodies and Wedge power."


"My Brother Nate soon had the big block running to perfection, all the factory trick bulletins and a few of his own. Like

cutting alternator power, small cut fan blades, hood jacked in the rear for cowl induction and his own engine tune.

I think my Brother was a little bit better at intimidating the flag men, as there were only a few tracks with Christmas trees"


"Like I told you in our conversation, on 1/5thor 1/4 mile, he never lost a round of competition" "My family is still

operating the dealership in the same location" "My Brother had M & H racemasters on the street. They had 1 & 1/2 inch

white wall's vulcanized on them to appear as stock tires."


He used some tricks that enabled him to beat Ramchargers that were running 13-1 compression engines. I'm not

sure all were legal?


"The Atlas Bucrons were popular at that time but just were not enough for that Max Wedge"


"Nateowned the car and kept it in the dealership's name and on the MSO. The Pennsylvania Dealer's tag that is on the car

is the Dealer plate Nate used on this car. Also included is an original Pennsylvania Inspection Sticker.


Further documentation is the Car Production Broadcast sheet from the Dodge Assembly plant. It was under the seat and

you can see the black marks from the seat springs.Also included is a 2nd Car Production Sheet-1963-from the Dodge Assembly Plant

and it is in very good condition.


Included is the original 1963 Dodge operating instruction book in poor condition and a brand new one that is a reproduction.

The owners service certificate (6332115243) is in excellent condition which I presume is it had little or no use. No warranty was

offered on the driveline of these 426 Ramcharger race cars. The original envelope that held the warranty and the owner's manual

is in fair condition


Also a 1963 Dodge Ramcharger Brochure, with Berks County Motors, West Reading stamped on the back and a full

color Dodge brochure on the complete line of Dodges for 1963.


Of all the documentation on this car and there is tons, my favorite is a black & white photo of Nate Jr. with his

RamCharger parked out side of his Dad's Dodge dealership with the hood covered with many trophies.


Also included are Newspapers with Nate Jr. mentioning is many, many wins at various Drag Strips.


Nate Jr. saved all the original bulletins from Dodge on how to make these special RamCharger cars go

even faster. Dodge & Plymouth were really into 1/4 and 1/8 mile sanction NHRA and AHRA racing.

They new that "Winon Sunday" translated to "Sell carson Monday" and they cashed in big time for most of

1960's. All the bulletins will go with this car.


I hesitate to describe any car as perfect or restored to perfection...but in this case we could not find anything

as incorrect or needs to be fixed.....This is the best restored and most correct car we have ever offered on

Ebay since we started selling cars almost 18 years ago on Ebay.....Please come and inspect this car...maybe you can

find an imperfection? We could not!


This car was 1st sold (NEW) and 1st titled by Berk Motors on June 20th, 1963 to a Carl Atherbolt, RD 2, Walnutport, PA.

Included is the Original Pennsylvania Motor vehicle Sale Contract. Carl was also young (age 21) and need his Mother

(Mrs. Mae Atherbolt) to co-sign the note.


It shows the following:

Cash price of $3904

Down payment of $144

56 Dodge Lancer trade in $1000

Credit Life Insurance $101.26

Finance charge of $514.46

36 monthly installments of $93.77


Carl paid the car off on June 20th, 1966


Carl continued to Race his Dodge until 1966. He then pulled out

the engine and replaced it with a 440 motor. Fortunately, he carefully removed the

engine, disassembled & had it properly stored.


From 1966 until 1971 he raced the car with a 440 CID V-8.


He stopped racing in 1971 and the car lay dormant 2001 until Carl sold it

to Buddy and Joey Arrington. They started the incredible restoration in 2002 and finished it with the help of

MoPar Expert Jim Willard. When I spoke with Joey Arrington today he said he personally rebuilt the

engine and he is the best of the best when it comes to building hi-performance MoPar engines.


He kept the original block, heads, intake, carbs, ect and lightly honed the original blocks, put in new replacement pistons,

replaced all the valves, pushrods, camshaft, and balanced and blueprinted the engine. He said it fired up and ran perfect

the 1st time he turned the key. Of course the transmission and rear end were professionally rebuilt.

Joey is recognized as one of the best engine builders in the U.S.


We will supply to the winning bidder the phone numbers of all of the following:


1.Nate Berk Jr.

2.Danny Berk (Joey's younger Brother)

3.Joey Arrington

4.Jim Willard (MoPar Expert and well-know MoPar restorer

5.Darrell Davis (Dodge Max Wedge Registry

Who is "Lifestyle 21st Century Auctions?"

We are constantly asked by all the top Auction Companies to please bring our extraordinary vintage

cars to their auctions. We have been offered PRIME TIMES, NO ENTRY FEES and all types of perks.

Instead, we proudly choose to sell all of our cars to the worldwide audience of car collectors and car lovers

who love the opportunityto buy our cars without paying the 10% Buyer fees and high shipping costs as a

result of a "SpecialArrangement" with a few 'on auction site shippers.'

We welcome any pre-inspection of our cars by an Inspection company that is hired

by a potential buyer. If they have the proper insurance and a valid Driver's license we letthem drive the car as well.

We are extremely proud of the cars we offer which has resulted in a 100% feedback rating for more than 16 years.

We sold our 1st vintage car on Ebay in March of 2000. Prior to that, for 40 years we sold almost every car through print media.

We never try to just"Make a sale"because a sale is usually a one time event. Instead, we do our best to

"Make a customer"because a customer is forever and that's a VERY good thing in business.

I would urge you to call me ASAP at(954) 873-6495and I will share with you our lowest possible price...we will NOT respond

to e-mails requesting this information and will only share this with a live voice on the phone.

If you have a car that is fully restored or completely original and in EXCELLENT condition, we would welcome to take your car in trade.

We have beensellingthe best of the best in Vintage & antique classic cars on Ebay since March of 2000.

Over$400 MILLION DOLLARS of vintage cars and growing.

We have 1013Positive Feedbacks, most are for Vintage cars.

In actuality, we have sold over 3000 vintage cars since 2000! However, only 1 out of 3 buyers

wants to use the Ebay process.

We hope you'll take a moment and visit the Garage Memories Auto Museum.

We are eagerly looking forward to help you create some of your own wonderful "Garage Memories"

Please Click here to visit Garage Memories to see the fabulous cars we have sold this year.click here

Every car we sell has to be special and unique...no "drivers" "Fixer Uppers" or "20 Footers" just the best of the best!

We love either near perfect "original" cars or cars restored with an "open checkbook" to perfection!

Weunderstand that many collectors who are buying a car like this are doing so for investment purposes

and do not want anyone else to know their final price of acquisition.

Whatever your choice, we will respect your decision. We never disclose to anyone what the final purchase priceis of any of the "GARAGEMEMORIES" we sell.

We have sold almost 1/2of a billion dollars ofVintagecarsthruEbaymotors.com.

TERMS & CONDITIONS:

Call us at954-873-6495and we will give you the lowest acceptable price.

The car will be made available for inspection by serious bidders throughout the auction.

Please e-mail us if you would like to see the car. If you prefer, we can arrange to have a qualified, independent, professional

mechanic perform a pre-purchase inspection for you (at your expense).

PLEASE NOTE THATWEWILL ACCEPT $1,000 through PAYPAL AS A FORM OF PAYMENT.


Payment acceptable is a bank wire transfer or a verified Bank Cashier's check.

Invest your money in something you just don't "Put in the Bank" but something you can "Drive to the bank and

anywhere else you might choose to do with your family & friends."

Why not have fun with your money? ...enjoy your life and know that when you wake up in the morning your dollars

are still safe in your garage or warehouse&haven't evaporated into thin air!

Car collecting is a family thing...everyone around the world admires and loves these great vintage and collectible cars.

We have sold cars fromAustraliatoAlaska...FromChinatoSaudi Arabia.....FromManhattanto

Moscow....and the hobby keeps growing & expanding all the time.

Collector car insurance is dirt cheap...about $250-$300 a year for a quality collectible like this. and you can buy full coverage!

Due to this car's higher value, most likely $500-$600 a year.

They usually require a garage and not more than 2500-3000miles a year put on the car.

We recommend you only buy a car like this if you have a garage to keep it in.

We are urging you toPLEASEcome and inspect the car in person, drive it or to hire an expert inspector

We prefer you select & hire your own inspector.


As with all of our fine cars...we invite you and urge your personal inspection. If you see it....and drive it...you will buy it!

SHIPPING: Many of my friends and fellow collectors have shipped literally 1000's of cars over the past many years...

all with a great gal named Mary Olson who owns Crossroads Transport...We will be happy to give you her e-mail & telephone

& connect you up on a DIRECT basis with Mary and she can handle any shipping needs...this car should be shipped ENCLOSED!

OUT-OF-THE-USA SHIPPING: Over the past 56 yearswe have shipped cars to more than 40 countries...

We can put you in contact with Mary Olson who will give you great service at a fair price.

For financing...trywww.jjbest.comorwww.woodsidecredit.com

If you have a trade...please e-mail us atluvdg@aol.coma complete set of photos

....details and a phone number.

Also,Mary hascontact with shippers throughout theU.S.and WORLDWIDE...We will be happy to assist you.

AS IS - NO WARRANTYThis vehicle is being sold as is, where is with no warranty, expressed written or implied. The seller shall not be responsible for the correct description, authenticity, genuineness, or defects herein, and makes no warranty in connection therewith. No allowance or set aside will be made on account of any incorrectness, imperfection, defect or damage. Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type. It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the vehicle, and to have satisfied himself or herself as to the condition and value and to bid based upon that judgement solely. The seller shall and will make every reasonable effort to disclose any known defects associated with this vehicle at the buyer's request prior to the close of sale. Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about the vehicle.

There is no such thing as a "PERFECT" car...especially when dealing with vintage cars that are 25,35 and even 50 years old.

Arranging for an independent third-party inspection is a great way to validate a seller's claims about a vehicle's condition. There are many companies and individuals who offer such a service. Of course your personal inspection and scrutiny are suggested and most welcomed.


The seller has made a diligent effort to accurately describe this vehicle but does not expressly or implicitly guarantee the accuracy of the above description.

Bidders and prospective purchasers are urged and cautioned to conduct their own due diligence, including a physical inspection in person or through a qualified third party inspector or appraiser, before contemplating a purchase or making a bid on this vehicle. In fact, we would welcome and encourage such an inspection, and will make every effort to make the above described vehicle available at a time convenient to the perspective purchaser or their agents.


We charge NO fees of any type. NONE!


We will help arrange to have your vehicle picked up on a bonded, licensed and insured carrier.

There are no dealer fees or other charges and you are responsible to pay all sales taxes in your home state .

Required payment is 20%within 72 hoursand the balance in fullwithin 7 daysthereafter.If you buy a car from us and are not happy with something that is major in nature, please call us and let us know. If we feel it's our fault, we arehappy to make an adjustment in the final paid price.

Taken 5 years into the Restoration at Buddy & Joey Arrington’s shop

Taken 5 years into the Restoration at Buddy & Joey Arrington’s shop

Taken 5 years into the Restoration at Buddy & Joey Arrington’s shop

Taken 5 years into the Restoration at Buddy & Joey Arrington’s shop

Taken 5 years into the Restoration at Buddy & Joey Arrington’s shop

Taken 5 years into the Restoration at Buddy & Joey Arrington’s shop

Taken 5 years into the Restoration at Buddy & Joey Arrington’s shop

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