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In the early 60's, the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) drew large crowds of dedicated enthusiasts. And a favorite class was the Super Stock, allowing limited engine and chassis modifications. Chrysler went all out with their Max Wedge V8, with twin 4 barrel carburetors, requiring airplane fuel, and were expensive to own, with most being used by Factory Race Teams. This is where the streetab...
I am looking to purchase a 1964 Plymouth Belvedere/Savoy Aluminum Driver Side Fender. I will purchase both left and right side 1964 Plymouth Aluminum fenders if necessary, so a set is not separated. Just let me know what you have, and what price you will offer the 1964 Plymouth [Belvedere or Savoy] Aluminum fender[s]at. I have a number if items to trade including 1964 Dodge Aluminum front end p...
1964 Chrysler Crown Imperial ORIGINAL Survivor! Certainly one of the finest unrestored 1964 Crown Imperials in existence. A Washington car since new, this Crown Imperial was purchased new from Steven Motor Company on October 10 1963 in Tacoma Washington. One owner vehicle until it went into the Larson Dodge Collection located in Puyallup, WA in 1993. Recently I purchased the car from them. The ...
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