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If you are wanting to build a 64 Max Wedge or Hemi Super Stock replica for showing, street terrorizing, or legal NHRA Stock or Super Stock racing, here is your chance to start with a near rust-free 64 Plymouth Savoy 2 door sedan body...AND... it won't cost you a fortune!!

-----I have put a very reasonable sales price on this car as I am.... sadly.... ready to sell this project car. My original plan was to install a 528 Hemi with a simple street cage, but you know how things change!

If you are going to build a Max Wedge or Hemi car.... you would have a hard time finding a better body to start with! And inexpensive too!

I purchased this car at the 2008 Mopars At The Strip from an Arizona seller. The car had been a 6 cylinder automatic car it's whole life, living in the arid climate of both Arizona and Nevada.

Perhaps 7 or 8 years earlier, the original MM1 Silver Gray Metallic paint had been recovered in PP1 Red. As you can see from the photos, the painter left part of the engine compartment in the original color.

I want to point out the flaws so you can know what you would be buying. There is a hole about 4" long in the driver's side cowl that is caused by water puddling there and the driver's floor pan has some surface rust. You could choose to replace that if you wished. You will note there is also some surface rust on the trunk floor (as always) and about a 6" round section on the inside of both quarters that can be seen from inside the trunk.

But....as you can see from looking at the differential and the end of the frame rails, this car appears to have minimal, minimal, to practically non-existant body rust. I ran my paint checker magnet along the rocker panels and could detect some filler, probably to straighten the lowest surface of the body lines.

The interior is original, down to the rubber floor. As you can see from the photos, the fabric on the drivers seat has come unstitched and will need replacing. The driver's side door panel is also needing to be recovered. The headliner and the package tray panel are missing, but these are very easily had and are very inexpensive to replace. You would want to take the headliner out to weld in a new cage or roll bar anyway.

The 6 cylinder motor ran fine when it was delivered to me here and I drove it into my storage garage. I had to pirate the ignition switch and the headlight switch out of this car for another project, but if you replace these two items you could even put this car back on the street with little to no trouble, although I'm making no representations about the condition of the motor or the trans.

I will include the fiberglass Hemi hood scoop that is simply lying on the hood, visible in some of the photos.

As you know, the 64 Savoy "post" car was available as a 426 Max Wedge car with bench seats, and it was also available with the 426 Hemi which came equipped with the lightweight bucket seats.

I have the title for the car in my possession, in my name, so this can be an easy transaction. I will require a non-refundable $1000 deposit upon purchas price agreement and a wire transfer for the balance from your bank to mine before the car can be picked up. This is a very simple process and will be cheaper for you than a trackable FedEX with a bank check that I will have to wait for it to clear. I can help with arranging for a transport company to pick up the car here in Denver.

If you have further questions, send me an email through the "Contact" link above or call my office at 303-333-1951 24/7. If I'm not in, please leave a message and I'll be paged as soon as you hang up. Please remember that I'm in Mountain Standard Time. Good luck with your bidding!

Remember...if you have questions or need further information, I'm available at 303-333-1951 during daytime hours, Mountain Std. Time. If I am not in, when you hang up I'll be paged and I'll get back to you.