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Fred Howard's '64 Plymouth Belvedere Max Wedge

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426 max wedge

1964 plymouth belvedere max wedge

1964 plymouth belvedere max wedge

The most difficult part about locating the car...it needed to be a factory 4spd 426 car, like my original.


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hotrod55bird on Nov 23, 2008 said:

Beautiful !!

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dstryr on Nov 24, 2008 said:

I agree! Awesome car!

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Anonymous on Jan 2, 2009 said:

Hotrod history on wheels....Max Wedges have a sound their own...Boss ass car!!!!!!!!!

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Rogers68vette on Jan 12, 2009 said:

I saw one of these at a car show this past summer. She got second place...that was bulllllcrap...the funny thing about her car - she was one of the people who made it as it went down the line at Plymouth.

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Rogers68vette on Jan 16, 2009 said:

Thanks for posting a pic of the motor in the car. Now all I can say is AWESOME !!

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MOPAR244 on Jan 23, 2009 said:

pretty awesome

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Anonymous on Feb 9, 2009 said:

***FIRST CLASS MAX WEDGE!!!!

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Anonymous on Feb 15, 2009 said:

A-990 no need to say more!! 1 A-990 and a 41 Willys coupe in my garage I would be in heaven. 1st class car thanks, John in Canada

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Anonymous on Mar 11, 2009 said:

my buddy in Creston,Iowa owned a car almost exact except it's interior was red to match and the 426 wedge was a single 4 barrel carb.

the year was 1969/70 our last year of high school - we drove it to South Dakota in the 1970 winter!

this was one haul'n mopar and would take most 383 beep beep's anyday of the week!!

hang on to this jewel!

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Anonymous on Apr 2, 2010 said:

there is not a 383 made that will even get close to this car. This is the way it rolled off the assy line and it was a mean machine.

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Anonymous on Apr 2, 2010 said:

even the HEMI's would bow down to this car. I know for a fact because I owned one 0f these jewels in 1968.Did not know what it was,just knew it was fast.{my first mopar} Ran low to mid 10's in the quarter.That was at omaha Dragway Neb in 1969.This was with the pushbutton torqueflite.This car would scare you!!

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Anonymous on Jul 27, 2010 said:

july 27

wondering if you bought this car at best of show auto i bought the white 64 belvedere from there

randy from maryland

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ghpcnm on May 9, 2011 said:

BAD TO DA BONE !!! What a car !!!

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moparchris on Jul 26, 2011 said:

Awesome Max Wedge!! Love that 4 speed stick!! You Da Man

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Anonymous on Sep 25, 2011 said:

Max Wedge was supreme. I drove everything all the way to Alcohol Funny Car. I owned a 70 Hemi Cuda. The 64 Max Wedge was the best street car ever. I would give my right (you know) to own one of these. I drove one in '68 and that is the ride I remember most.

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Anonymous on Mar 5, 2013 said:

I am the current owner of this exact car right now. I have owned it for almost 3 years. It has about 68,000 miles on the car but I just had a $12,000 engine rebuild done on it in 2012 with only about 400 miles since. I bought the car for 56K and have put another 25k into it since, improving the drive train and paint. I am selling this car fo $60,000 or best offer. All offers will be considered. Please contact me at makkyl@yahoo.com for more info. I am located in Northern California.

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Anonymous on Jul 17, 2013 said:

This exact car is for sale as of 7/17/13 for $60,000 B/O. All offers will be considered. Please contact me at makkyL@yahoo.com for more info. I am located in Northern California.

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Anonymous on Sep 20, 2014 said:

i would sell my soul for this BITCHEN ASS CAR

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FlyingWedgeRacing on Sep 22, 2014 said:

Dear Anonymous, Thanks for the kind words. I agree with you...it is a great car.

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