1968 Dodge Polara for sale at Gateway Classic Cars in our St. Louis, MO showroom
For sale is a stunning, original, survivor 1968 Dodge Polara 4-Dr. This
Mopar has just 25,951 actual miles! Under the hood is the numbers matching
318 V8 engine and automatic transmission. Other options include: AM Radio,
Hub Caps, Power Steering, Seat Belts, and Cloth/Vinyl Interior. The
exterior of the car holds its believed to be original blue paint and shows
extremely well for its age. The interior shows original blue cloth/vinyl
combination. This car is solid and ready to be driven. If you are looking
for a great original Mopar to cruise to shows or just around the block this
is a great choice. It is obvious that the previous owners have taken
extremely good care of this Dodge. To view the car in greater detail,
including a video, visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com or our St. Louis
showroom. For more information please call 618-271-3000.
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1968 Dodge Polara
This is my 1968 Dodge Polara - it was at the same shop that was supposed to
be working on my Jeep, but again they didn't do a thing with it... She
needs some work - the freeze plugs are rotted and leaking, and the U-joints
on the driveshaft need replaced. 318 V-8, 2 barrel carter carb, 3 speed
torqueflite, factory A/C. 79,000 original miles.
1960 Dodge Matador Polara
1960 Dodge Matador. The Matador and Polara were the full-sized Dodges for
1960. This was a one year only body style. These were available in 2 and
4 door versions including coupes as well as convertibles and station
wagons. This is one of the last of the cars sporting fins of any
significant size. The car in this movie has 112,000 miles on it and is the
original engine and transmission. It has virtually no leaks. The original
spare tire is still in the trunk and still holds air. The 361B V8 engine
is quite peppy and moves the car right along. On a good day it will chirp
the tires on a 1-2 shift. The car recently came to Arizona from Spokane
and March of 2013 I installed the AC in it. I also removed the generator
and replaced it with a GM 1-wire alternator as the generator was not up to
the task of the electric loads with the AC. Around the 5:00 mark there is
video of the engine.
1965 Dodge Polara Hardtop
First year for this body style! Chrysler also changed the transmission
selector back to the steering column, having abandoned push button control
that was in use since 1956. Now Chrysler products were mainstream in that
regard. This is a big car, with a wide variety of engines. The 66 model
would look very similar.
1964 Dodge Polara $42,900.00
Recent Documented Professional Frame-Up Restoration, Show Quality Turquoise
metallic paint, factory turquoise interior, 69' date coded 426 ci Hemi
engine, correct cross ram Holley 770 dfm 4 bbls, Mopar Performance Cross
Ram intake, steel crank, chrome valve covers, Hedman Hustler ceramic
headers, 8 qt pan, front disc brakes, electronic ignition, Howe aluminum
radiator with dual electric fans, TCI 727 Push-Button transmission with
stall converter & cooler, TTI 3" X pipe dual Exhaust, Dynomax custom drive shaft, 8
3/4 3.91 Sure Grip rear end, new fuel tank with electric pump, 275/60R15
M&H Racemaster rear tires, 185/75R15 fronts, 8" Mopar rear steel wheels,
American Racing Torque Thrust D fronts, factory jack with spare, 62,000
original miles, Mopar Muscle!
Test Driving 1964 Dodge Polara 426 Max Wedge - Passing Lane Motors
We decided to take this awesome 1964 Dodge Polara out for a spin and we
thought you might like a look. It's powered by the famous 426 Max Wedge,
with a crossram intake, dual four barrels, coated fender-exit headers, and
more. All that power is going through a four-speed manual, back to a Dana
60 with 4.11 gears. This is one serious machine, that'll really move.
Inside, you'll find a well-preserved original interior that still looks
great. The paint is slick, it's well-detailed under the hood...this one is
ready to go. I hope you find it interesting, thanks for taking a look!
Be sure to check out www.PassingLaneMotors,com for more details.
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