|Bill writes: My father and I built this 1963 Dodge Polara 500 together.|
|The Dodge has a 400 cid big block, stroked to 471 cid.
The motor is equipped with all the goods, such as Ross pistons,
Eagle rods, Ultradyne roller cam, Holley 950 cfm, Crane roller rockers,
and Mildon oil pan, just to name a few.
When we first got the car the floor was totally rusted out, so we picked up a 1964 4-door Fury donor car with a prefect floor. After several hours of drilling spot welds we removed the whole floor and welded it into the Polara.
Other than that, just the normal restoration, such as replacing fuel lines, brake lines, brakes, master cylinder, and new front end parts.
We do drive this beauty on the street and so far no tickets. ha ha
I personally love scaring those Chevy, Ford, and import boys. Too bad my father has the car up for sale.
|Also, here is a picture of me taking off after my wedding!|
I would also like to thank you for putting together such a great Web site. No car is better than a '62-'65 Mopar.