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A queston about 1963 Dodge 330 interiors for anybody who might know.

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Byron Crump, Jun 23, 2010.

  1. Byron Crump
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    On a 330 is it supposed to have a stainless type of insert on the door panel?

    Mine has nothing and I was wondering if it is just missing or if cheapy cars did not have them.

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  2. storm king
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    Looks like a Super Stocker interior to me...
     
  3. Byron Crump
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    Yeah, that is what somebody told me but finding interior pics from back then is not real easy and most of the interior shots I have seen so far are in four doors and not max wedge cars and they have stainless...I am a mopar newbie so I just don't know these things.


    I am kinda dense to top it off LOL.
     
  4. hemifarris
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    It's supposed to have a silver/type trim about 1 1/2 inches wide running the length of the door panel.
     
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  6. hemifarris
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    Here's a picture. Sorry about the quality. Click to enlarge.
     

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  7. Byron Crump
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    I have seen the silver trim on other cars but does anybody know for sure if on the lightweights was it left off or still on them?

    I am getting conflicting answers. One guys said on most max wedges it was on them but not on a lightweight.

    Oh, and thanks Hemifarris.
     
  8. hemifarris
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    Merc, contact Jim Schild at jschild@htc.net He's one of the utmost authorities on Mopar super stock cars from 62-69. He's written many books on them. His company is;
    The Auto Review
    5 Rowna Oak Lane
    Columbia,Il. 62236
     

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  9. Byron Crump
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    I will do it, thanks again.

    Funny thing, I just got that book a few days ago for my B-day and have not read it yet, just thumbed through it.
     
  10. hemifarris
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    P.S......Several years ago I owned a rotissiere restored '65 Plymouth Hemi Belvedere sedan and was knee deep in Mopar books, pictures and model cars. I bought this accurate scale model of a '63 super stock Dodge. Please note the interior photo. Sorry it's not real clear....Click on picture to enlarge.Mike
     

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