FYI a 63 Plymouth max wedge car was the fastest muscle car tested by Hot Rod Magazine, 12.6 second 1/4 mile. It was a all steel full weight car. NO hood scoop, low compression version, they added 4.56 gears and 9 inch wide slicks, otherwise all stock.
Oh ya, Max Wedge cars are not Muscle Cars, since muscle cars weren't invented yet.
2500hp Street Car!?!? INSANE Blown Hemi Alcohol
GORGEOUS 1963 Plymouth Valiant sporting a 528 Hemi, Blown running on
Alcohol. This is the nicest & nastiest car I have ever seen, ridden in,
touched or worked on. Enjoy the video and don't forget to hit that
During this video the car was only 5% overdriven... It is ~1500whp @ 5%,
2500whp+ @ 20% overdriven. Lenco 3 speed. Fab Rear end with 4.57 gears for
the street. 4 link, molly chassis (NHRA 6.3 Certified, Pro Mod), etc.
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Special thanks to James Autonomi for the Music:
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Plymouth Savoy Max Wedge
Mopar Max Wedge. Early 60's super stockers website:
62 Max Wedge road test:
1963 Plymouth Belvedere Max Wedge
Solid California Car!
Mostly Original Interior!
Big Block 426ci Max Wedge V8 with Dual Barrel Carbs!
4-Speed Manual Transmission!
MotoeXotica Classic Cars is pleased to present the beautifully preserved,
totally badass 1963 Plymouth Belvedere with a big block 426 Wedge
powerplant! This car comes to us from the dry state of California and it is
absolutely wonderful! This car is an excellent example of the awesome
muscle cars put out in the 1960s!
Finished in what appears to be the original shade of red, the paint is in
original shape. There are spots along the edges where the paint has thinned
out and the metal shows through and some rock chips throughout but overall,
the car shows phenomenally! The body is straight and solid while the
undercarriage is in beautiful condition as the car has spent a great
majority of its life in the dry state of California. The chrome is in
beautiful condition and shows only minor imperfections due to its age. This
muscle car is sure to turn heads anywhere it goes with its original
appearance and the sounds of the massive 426 rumbling under the hood,
whether it is cruising on a Friday night or at the track!
Inside, the interior appears as if it has been reupholstered in the past
and shows well. The seats are wrapped in a combination of red vinyl with
red cloth and gold piping which are in great condition, showing no signs of
major wear or imperfection. The two tone door panels and headliner are all
in great condition as well. The dashboard is in original condition as well
and still houses the original Plymouth gauges which look great. There is
also a Sun Super Tach II upon the dashboard and a set of Autogage gauges
beneath the dash that monitor the oil pressure, voltage and water
temperature. Overall, the inside of this car looks great!
Under the hood, you’ll find the massive and extremely powerful 426 cubic
inch Wedge Big Block V8 with dual 4-barrel carburetors. The ignition has
been upgraded and now has a Mallory Ignition system. The engine breathes
through means of big headers and they sound great through the Exhaust. The engine bay is exceptionally clean
and tidy. This engine runs smooth and sounds just as good! Attached to the
V8 is a 4-speed manual transmission, shifted through a floor shifter. This
car is not only insanely fun to drive, but it drives awesome! The Belvedere
sits upon a set of 15″ black steel wheels with brushed Plymouth center
caps wrapped in P225/70R15 white stripe tires.
This badass Plymouth would make an excellent addition to any muscle car
fan’s collection! The VIN is 3231187340 and the mileage currently shows
38,098. It is being sold on a clean and clear title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!
1963 Plymouth Fury
1963 Plymouth Fury Golden Commando 2 Door Hard Top. "Rat Poison" Drag Race
car. Original CA car that still has '63 black and orange plate. Came with
Manual Transmission and Big Block, not sure which one. I purchased it in a
million pieces after sitting in a Pole Barn for many years. Several decades
ago someone turned it into a pro street or drag car called Rat Poison. I
decided to build it with an old school theme, honoring the tremendous
performance legacy of Mopar in the early '60s. Doing nothing to the body
except reassembly. Engine: 451 Stroker. 400 Block, 440 Crank, Keith Black
pistons, Roller Tip Rockers, .564 lift cam. Why? 65 pounds lighter than 440
and 7.6 pounds less rotation mass. Cool old school set up. Transmission:
New Process A833 B body with original linkage and shifter for the Fury. Had
to run a Hydraulic clutch since linkage would not clear Fender exit Headers
and they were a must. More work but I had to keep it a 4 spd. Rear:
Narrowed 8 3/4 inch 3.91 gears.