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  • 1964 Polara

    I just can't get focused and am tired of staring at it, so it's time for it to go. I thought I wanted to race NSS, but now I'm not sure.

    440, pushbutton 727, later style 8 3/4. Either 3.91 or 4.10 SG.

    The engine is a 74 or 75 block with ported 452 heads. .590 solid cam. 12.5:1 compression. Torker intake with a 950 (?) HP carb. It has an old set of CPPA headers with flowmasters to the axle. The engine only has a few thousand miles on it.

    The body is very solid with a few small bubbles. Paint is not original but is a good 10 footer and could probably be cleaned up and look a lot better. All trim is there (driver quality). Both bumpers are nice. The interior is presentable except for the front seats (I think they are horrible).

    The car is very strong and sounds great. It is streetable and can run on a mix of race and pump gas.

    It needs seat belts and a driveshaft loop to be track legal. I have an A&A intake package and two rebuilt Edelbrock 600's that can be sold for extra. I'm not selling them until the car is gone though.

    11,000 or close offer. There is a guy who has transported many Mopars local to me, so transport costs could probably be minimized. I might be able to help with those costs too.

    Come and see it in person. If you are not local, there are plenty of Mopar guys in the Detroit area, have one of them you trust come and look at it.

    Clean Michigan title in my name.

    I would like it gone by then, but I may bring it to Norwalk in Sept if I still have it.

    Dennis
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    13k for everything. The car, intake package and carbs.

    dennis
    http://www.linkedin.com/pub/dennis-hays/61/9b0/9a

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    • #3
      Is Doc the guy you're talking about transporting?
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      • #4
        Yes.

        Dennis
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        • #5
          Doc is a good man. He's an unemployed racer who takes cars one at a time in his enclosed trailer, sleeping in his truck if there's a car in the trailer. Very anal about taking care of his truck and trailer to reduce a chance of breakdowns. I've used him a dozen or so times. 734-341-0507
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          • #6
            Yep, I knew his rep was good and he has done a lot of hauling for you. He is also only 5 or 6 miles from my house.

            dennis
            http://www.linkedin.com/pub/dennis-hays/61/9b0/9a

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            • #7
              I think you might have met him in my pit at Milan some years back
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              • #8
                I remember. We've emailed or PM'd a few times since then.

                Dennis
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                • #9
                  Sale pending.

                  Dennis
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                  • #10
                    Sold.

                    Dennis
                    http://www.linkedin.com/pub/dennis-hays/61/9b0/9a

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