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For Sale: 1963 Dodge 330 Super Stock Clone

Discussion in 'Cars For Sale' started by Byron Crump, May 14, 2017.

  1. Byron Crump
    Joined: Jun 13, 2001
    Posts: 1,855

    Byron Crump
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    City: Flower Mound

    State: TEXAS!
    Price: $37,500.00
    For Sale: 1963 Dodge 330 Super Stock Clone

    I bought this car several years ago and have done minor changes.

    Car was feature in Car Craft back in 2003 before I owned it.

    Link to article on Hot Rod Magazines page to the article:

    http://www.hotrod.com/articles/ccrp-0308-1963-dodge-330/


    Motor/Car Info:

    1963 Dodge 330

    Engine is a 440: 30 over 1970 HP block

    Steel crank

    LY Rods

    JE lightweight forged piston, 10.5 compression (runs on pump gas)

    Block drilled for 1/2-inch oil pick-up

    Milidon 7 qt oil pan

    Lightweight starter

    906 ported and polished heads

    2.14 intake valves (2.08 stock) and 1.81 exhaust valves (1.74 stock)

    Crane 1.5 roller rocker arms

    Cammonics roller cam: 292 duration with .540 lift

    Comp cams roller lifters

    MSD billet distributor

    Crane Hi 6 ignition

    Milidon true roller timing chain

    Mopar M-1 single plane intake

    750 Edelbrock carb

    Doug’s 2" primary headers Jet Hot coated

    3" aluminized exhaust

    3-chamber flow master

    Big yoke drive shaft

    727 trans with slip yoke tail shaft

    Pushbutton shifter

    Continental 10" 3200 stall converter

    1965 8 3/4 rear end with sure grip

    489 case with 430 gears

    Super Stock rear suspension

    Frame connectors

    Drive shaft loop

    6 cylinder torsion bars

    American Racing TTO’s

    Trunk mounted battery

    Base coat clear coat black paint on super straight body

    Be-Cool aluminum radiator with duel electric fans

    High flow water pump and thermostat

    Front disc brakes with dual master cylinder

    Rust free California car.

    Front grill and headlight rings are chromed.

    Original taillights.

    All the trim is on it, and that stuff is very hard to find.

    Moon red metal flake steering wheel, I have the original wheel.

    Sun reproduction tachometer (They don’t make that anymore!)

    Seen in Aug 2003 Car Craft magazine

    Best of show 2003 Sacramento Mopar show

    Located in Flower Mound, Texas.



    $37,500.00
     

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  2. Byron Crump
    Joined: Jun 13, 2001
    Posts: 1,855

    Byron Crump
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    I would consider trades of 1971-72 Road Runners that are numbers matching, 1939-40 Ford Coupes, or real steel Model A Roadsters (on deuce rails with cool mills…sorry, no Brookville’s) etc. of equivalent value or with a bit of money tossed in if not of equal value.
     
  3. Byron Crump
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    Posts: 1,855

    Byron Crump
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