1967 dodge polara hot rod patina mopar

Price: - Item location: High Ridge, Missouri, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Polara
  • Type: Wagon
  • Trim: station wagon
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 0
  • VIN: DL46G74212930
  • Color: red
  • Engine size: 383
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1967 Dodge Polara station wagon

1967 Dodge Polara 9 passenger wagon. Factory 38, 727 Aut, 8 3/4" Sure Grip. Moto, trans and rearend have been rebuilt. 383 +.030 has 1972 heads on it with hardened seats for UnLeaded gas. Edelbrock Performer Cam and Intake. New Edelbrock 750 carb. Trans is a 727 rebuilt and new torque converter. Rearend is 8 3/4'' with sure grip. 3:55 ratio 3,000 RPM at 70 MPH. 29 inch tire on back. Factory A/, Power windows, Power Front sea, Power Steering and Brakes.Everything has been painted. The engine compartment and floor pans. All degrease, cleaned, sanded and painted with 2 stage factory gold paint. (the orginal color of the car) I was going to paint the door jams this winter if it does not sell.
The body is orginally gold. That someone brush painted red over years ago. Then sat in the sun for a long time. And ended up this cool patina. There are rust spots on the quarters and on the fenders. ( See Photos) When I cleaned the floor pans there was only a thumb nail size rust hole in the drivers foot box area. The very rear seat foot well area was rusted totally out. Must have sat with the rear window down or something. I replaced with a piece of steel since no replacement foot well was available. The shop logo can be removed easily.
Rear end housing is powdercoated black. Leaf springs have been re-arched and new bushings. Has air shocks in rear. Car has hidden reciever hitch under rear plate. I use this to tow front engine dragsters. That is why there are air shocks in rear in case it get too much weight in it.
Aftermarket radio with bluetooth in the ash tray area. Factory radio still in dash.
The front suspension has not been rebuilt. This is the only part of the car that has not been touched. I just cleaned up and painted because I was running out of time and money when I was doing it. Control arm bushings need replaced. But drives great.
The exhaust is 2 1/2" stainless steel with 2 chanber Flowmasters. Dumped in front of rear axle. Again my plan if the car dont sell is to continue exhaust up over rear axle and out the back. Has a great hot rod throaty sound to it.
15'' Steel wheels powdercoated black with new radial tires and dog dish hub caps.
What the car needs is as follows. The oil pan does leak. Pulled it out once after the rebuild to seal up. And put back in. And leaked in different spot. Screw it. Im driving it.
Radio mounted in ashtray area needs finished up hiding. I never finished that part. I have the ashtray door to make the radio hidden.
The wire on the front power seat got broke off when I shoved something under the seat.
The A/C is charged up and working. But when I put in the radio I broke the heater/air flapper door control wire. I think the door is between the two. So a new cable needs to be installed.
The front seat is split. Needs door panels. Carpet is fair condition. I just dont have the room or time to fix these little problems. Fun for the new owner to piddle around with these little projects to take the car to the next level. All the hard work is finished.
The wood bumper on the front is a push board to push start race cars. It is mounted in factory spots. I have the factory bumper guards that were removed to mount the push board. Car has a electric brake box and wired for a trailer.
I have taken this car on may 300 mile trips. And drive once a week to races and such. I have owned many hot rods. And this one gets more attention that all the others added together.
Any questions or to set a viewing appointment. You can call me at 314 620 7015 St.Louis Mo area Central Standard Time Zone.