NOT MINE 1966 polara 4 speed!

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He knows what he,s talking about.....
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RARE FIND... All original matching numbers special order 66 Dodge Polara sport. These cars all originally came with either a three-speed automatic or 3-speed manual and a 360 engine. This car was special ordered with a 383 Magnum a 4-speed Hurst transmission and a posi rear end. One of only 1,200 manufactured to these specifications. An awesome big body comparable to the Coronet 500 and the Plymouth GTX or Roadrunner. Completely rebuilt engine transmission rear end less than 500 miles on complete rebuild. Runs like a new car. Comes with all the parts needed to put new Chrome new interior all instrumentation All trim and extra parts including extra front grill lights window cranks etc. I found I did not need any of that everything on this car is already in phenomenal condition all original. Comes with two classic leather bucket seats from a 67 Coronet 500. Backseat is flawless. All steel no Bondo no repairs floors and trunk solid. Makes a great roadrunner tribute or GTX.Trades OK.

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For people not on fecebook, please post the price and location of these cars please (preferably in the subject line).
 
For people not on fecebook, please post the price and location of these cars please (preferably in the subject line).
$18k in Charlotte NC. Pictures not posted above. Waiting for VIN and fender tag photos from seller.

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Body looks nice, but some questions on this one. Only bucket is blue, the interior is black. No console, lower class level buckets in place of the good stuff. Mismatched wheels, what else is this car not telling us? Looks close to being a fun car to cruise around in.
 
This seller is a moron and exactly someone to never buy a car from because he has no clue what he's talking about. Harsh but true
 
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I think when you look through the steering wheel between the 2 Clocks you can see the PRND21 indicator.....??
 
One rear marker light added only to the right quarter, none on the left, and it appears one of those large universal keys was used to open the trunk.
 
I think we discussed that in the 4 speed thread. I believe what you see actually says D O D G E, but can't really make it out.

Okay, have to see the FT , but looking at the pedals ; there,s too much space between clutch and brake pedal than original........
 
"Will make a great Roadrunner or GTX clone..." "All came with a 360 engine..." What??? WTF? Say again, Seller, you're coming in garbled and stupid! Meth must be the recreational pharmaceutical of choice on his part of the planet.
 
@69monaco
You can see the shine where the metal of the clutch pedal has been foot-polished because it is missing the pad.
And this car has a brake booster, and IIRC the clutch pedal on those will be further from the brake pedal.
The pedals you have pictured are from a manual-brake car, and those pedals are the same length and sit beside each other when installed.
The P-brake cars have the brake pedal mounted a bit higher and IIRC that makes it look higher and/or closer to the floor.

For all the hype this seller puts out - a 66 Dodge for a Roadrunner tribute? Really?

And the bondo'd-over C-pillar and missing rear window trim is a big red flag for sure.


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mounted a bit hgiher
 
Here's my pedals in my Monaco. Brake pedal is level with clutch pedal when in its correct position.

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You have manual brakes, correct?
I cannot show my car's pedals for reference, as I have a booster attached to MB pedals, and don't remember if that skewed their relationship to each other.
 
You have manual brakes, correct?
I cannot show my car's pedals for reference, as I have a booster attached to MB pedals, and don't remember if that skewed their relationship to each other.
I have power brakes. I'll try to grab a better picture.
 
Here's a few shots. But some pedal is not on the floor, it's where it should be. Clutch pedal is out more, to wards the drivers seat. Factory '66 Canadian Monaco.

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