1963 Dodge 330 that was a slant six 904 push button car from New York is still a all steel no lexon car. Mark Lindabarker did the body and paint in the original baby blue. All the chrome, grill, glass, are original. the best et is 10.12 @ 132 mph with a best 60 foot time of 1.33 The 330 was in a four page feathure Mopar Muscle and used in the Mopar Nationals program two years in a row.
Driver: John Cope racing since 1989. IHRA Modified points run up champion at US 41 dragway. Qualified for IHRA bracket World Finals 3 years in a row. Raced in the Midwest Mopar Wheelstanders,US41 heads up ten O class, Moparts.com ten O shoot out.
Motor: 493 RB block 4.350 bore & 4.150 stroke eagle crank, JE 13.5-1 pistons,miladon super stock 8 qt. pan with swinging sump, Scott Brown solid 600/615 cam,Indy EZ heads, Crane gold roller rockers, Mopar push rods,1150 holley on a M1 intake. 715 HP.
Transmission: Cope Racing Transmissions 727 torqueflight, A&A trans brake, 2.77-1 low gear set, roller planetary, billet steel front drum, billet aluminum rear drum, lightened sun shell, rear roller support, billet servos, hardened pump gears, ultimate 16 roller sprag, and yes it has low band apply.More info at www.CopeRacingTrans.com
D Differential: Dana 60 with 4.56 Richman pro gear, Moser spool and axles with 5/8s studs.
Chassis: ladder bar-coil over shocks, MT 10.5W x 29.5 tire, 10 point chromoly cage, frame ties, Billet yokes with 1350 joints.