I guess I will have to go on out to Drag City now in my new Super Stock Dodge clone. She has a 440 done up to pass for a 426 Super Stock Wedge and will get the much needed cross ram at some point.
63's are so ugly they are cute...I love it!
I already have a new vintage style Sun Tach on the way for my birthday (today btw) from my parents for it...it will get some better gauges that fit the 60's theme under the dash later too.
Here are the specs I was given on it:
1963 Dodge 330 Super Stock Clone
A 30 over 1970 440 HP Block
JE light weight forged piston, 10.5 compression (runs on pump gas)
Block drilled for 1/2 inch oil pick-up
Milidon 7 qt oil pan
Light weight 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
Dougs 2" primary headers Jet Hot coated
3" aluminized exhaust
3 chamber flowmaster
Big yoke drive shaft
727 trans with slip yoke tail shaft
Continental 10" 3200 stall converter
1965 8 3/4 rear end with sure grip
489 case with 430 gears
Super Stock rear suspension
Drive shaft loop
6 cylinder torsion bars
Custom made steel wheels, 15 X 8 1/2 rear and 15 X 5 fronts powder coated
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.
Seen in Aug 2003 Car Craft magazine
Best of show 2003 Sacramento Mopar show
Preston digs the new "race car" as he puts it...he wants to go out looking for Sting Rays to SHUT DOWN like in the Beach Boys song.
After blowing door handles off of other cars you have to adjust your mirror.
My boy can't get enuff of cars and wants me to break the law all the time and stomp on it...check him out in the vid below: