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1964 Pro Street Savoy and 1964 Pro Street Belvedere

Larry writes:

I have a 1964 Pro Street Savoy and a 1964 Pro Street Belvedere.

1964 Plymouth Savoy Pro Street interior in 1964 Plymouth Savoy Pro Street


I found the blue Savoy on The 1962 to 1965 Mopar Web site about a year and a half ago [early 2001]. I bought it from Gary Jones in Ohio. It's a 340, .030 over, J heads ported and polished w/big valves, 13 1/2 compression (doesn't like pump gas!), M1 single plane, Race Demon 850, Ceramic Hookers, 3 inch exhaust w/Flowmasters, Griner trans brake and line lock, 3,500 Coan converter, B&M Click shifter, 9 inch Ford w/4:56 on super stock springs, 32x19.5 M/T, front disc brakes, 16 gal polished aluminum cell, MSD 6al.



I just had it painted '88 GM Dark Sapphire Blue Metallic. 1964 Plymouth Savoy Pro Street


1964 Plymouth Belvedere Pro Street 1964 Plymouth Belvedere Pro Street


The 1964 Belvedere is a Pro Street also. I bought it out of Virginia off Ebay last fall [2002] and when it arrived it wasn't near the car I thought it would be so, I scattered it.

I had all the rust removed and new body panels and floors panels where needed.

Just got out of the body shop in May 2003, with a Hemi aluminum hood scoop. The '64 also has a Dana 60 w/4:88 on leaf springs and 33X21.5 M/T.

The motor is about 485 cubic inches:
a 1968 block and heads,
bored .060 over with a 4.15 stroker crank,
Mopar dual plane that has been modified to
accept a 1050 Dominator,
Crane Hyd Roller Lifters,
Manley H-Beam rods.

Everything, and I mean everything, is new
except for the cast iron.
Duane Saum of Saum Engineering
in Wichita Kansas did the motor.
426 Hemi 1964 Plymouth Belvedere Pro Street


I'm still working on the Belvedere, as you see. I finally have all the parts I need except for bumpers. I'm going to start putting it back together soon!

I have been visiting the '62 to '65 Mopar Web site on a regular basis and I gota tell ya, it's the best site on the net. Keep up the good work and thanks for all your hard work!
Thanks Larry!

Holy cow, that's QUITE a pair of 1964 Plymouths!

Awesome!   smile!

Gary H.


August 15, 2003

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