The Jalopy Journal
My 63 Plymouth Max Wedge and 63 wagon.
Ex Arlen Vanke 63 Plymouth
Just a few months after I got my 63 Max Wedge Plymouth back. Aluminum front end
My 63 Savoy wagon
Wes Leopold Sr. and Jr.
Joe Aluise and Dan Dvorak
Gene Mosbeck and Al Corda
Pictures I took at Indy in the late 8O's, more to follow.
Indy and Chicago a few years ago
Not the original drivetrain. The engine is all Max Wedge though...1964 pistons, crank and rods. Early 286 casting heads, intake and 3447 carbs.
Very cool thanks for posting. This is my 63 Plymouth Savoy Max Wedge car with aluminum front end. Real factory built S/S car but was born with a...
[IMG] My 63 Max Wedge Plymouth that I've owned for 34+ years. High compression steel front end car that now has an aluminum front end that I put...
Yes it is, still kicking around a couple of ideas as to what to do with it.
Picked up this 63 Plymouth wagon a couple of weeks ago after a 4 year search, Nice to have a longroof again. 318 auto.
My 63 Savoy that I bought in 1977. Had to sell her in 2009 but bought back in 2018. Started racing the car again this past June. Factory built Max...
Picked up this 63 Plymouth a couple of weeks ago after a 4 year search.
Thank you for posting these pictures
Almost ready for Union Grove in a couple of weeks
That's Ol Brownie with me behind the wheel at Indy. I want to say 1992.
That looks like Indy early 90's. Paul Sulloff and Bob Kyle's tribute to Arlen's Ol Brownie 63 Plymouth.
Thanks for sharing, great pictures!
And Arlen Vanke.
Been a mopar guy for over 40 years but I really like this car. Very cool! Excellent job!
Grumpy and Jere Stahl with his 66 street hemi Belvedere were very close in performance. Jenkins had about a 600 lb. weight advantage. Grump was...
he was referring to Byron Dragway being sold, not Meltdown Drags
I never gave 4 door cars a second look until a buddy of mine bought a 65 Belvedere about 10 years ago. Clean as a whistle and ran like a swiss...
It did sell, the event is now named Glory Days.
Waiting for my confirmation email also...
Remember watching Hillbilly Duncan at Hyde Park and National Trail Raceway in the 60's
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