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From around 1956 until the mid 1980s, Dodge, Plymouth and even Chrysler squads were the most ubiquitous police cars in North America. In fact, the biggest department, the NYPD, used Plymouth and Dodge squads almost exclusively until the rear-drive M body car was finally axed in 1989.
The no-frills Savoy two-door sedan was home to another engine of considerable repute, the infamous 413 Max Wedge, a Super Stock monster block Chrysler introduced in the spring of 1962.
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1962 Cadillac DeVille This is a striking, show quality example of a classic 1962 Cadillac Coupe DeVille that has been fully customized, re-finished and enhanced with artistically selected, and skillfully executed details. The modifications only emphasize and enhance the car s classic appearance, while also significantly upgrading its performance, luxury and convenience. The car was built over a 4-year period starting with a local, stock original car with only 10,000 actual miles. No expense has been spared on this very drivable, heavily customized street rod. It has been valued by Blair Car Appraisers & Consultants at $150,000.00, and a copy of the appraisal goes with the car. The car is powered by the original, number-matching 390ci V-8, that has been totally rebuilt putting out 325-horsepower and the block painted a custom black. The power flows smoothly through the easy shifting, original transmission and rear-end. The engine has been modified to include a tri-power set-up with Rochester carburetors with Offenhauser finned chrome individual air cleaners, pan and valve covers. All of the wiring harnesses and pulleys have been replaced, rebuilt/painted, while being nicely routed and secured and a Super Stock chrome finished coil has been included. It is also upgraded and outfitted with a Pro Cool aluminum radiator, All Cool Flex upper and lower radiator hoses and a B&M Transmission cooler that is mounted in front of the radiator. It has been finished with performance coated intake manifolds, custom exhaust headers (that flow through a rebuilt dual exhaust) and water pump housings. Yellow dual top Optima batteries have been installed to match the high capacity, chrome finished, 160-AMP alternator and newly wired electrical system. The body color has been put in as an accent on all the rib valleys of the components mentioned above, as well as the entire engine compartment that also sports a special 50th Anniversary Edition emblem that says, "Standard of the World". Outside, the exterior of the car has an absolutely incredible, show quality, PPG Black base and "Kustom Shop" Purple and Blue Holographic Pearl flake top-coat finish. The chrome on the car has all been redone, stainless trim re-polished and both precisely aligned. It has Tri-Bar headlights with HID bulbs and PIAA Deno 6 LED daytime running lights with the bezels color-matched to the body and the grilles non-chrome components finished the same. All of the glass on the car is original and in perfect condition along with the seals. Underneath, the chassis has been completely rotisserie restored, and then completed with powder coating that includes the front suspension, all steering components and sway bars. The brake system has been completely rebuilt, including all lines and the master/power boosters. The stock front-end has been converted to disc brakes with 13" cross-drilled and slotted zinc washed rotors mounted to a 2024 T6 Billet aluminum CNC machined hub, wi
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