John did the legend right. it's not a real S/S 413 car, and he's not trying to pass it off as one, but it sure looks the part. John also heads up the Midwest Mopar Wheelstanders, a group of die-hard Mopar racers that wheelstand 3 to 5 feet in the air. This 3,500-pound car runs 10.50s at 124 mph and cuts a 1.38 sixty-foot time on a 10.5 tire, along with standing up 3 to 4 feet in the air when competing in wheelstand competitions. It's just how the song goes, "Tach it up, tach it up! Buddy, gonna shut you down.


Fast Facts
Owner: John Cope, Cedar Lake, In
Body: '63 Dodge 330 Sedan
Color: Baby blue
Engine: 493 ci RB 440 block, bored 4.350 over, 4.150 stroker crank, 6.760 Eagle Rods, JE pistons, MP hydraulic .590 lift cam, 906 heads (ported and polished), Ferrea valves, Crane roller rockers, MP M-1 intake, 1150 Holley Dominator
Transmission: Cope Racing Transmissions, factory push-button, 727 TorqueFlite, 5,500 stall 8-inch PTC torque converter
Rearend: Dana 4.56 Strange spool, Moser axles
Wheels/Tires: Front: Bogart 15x3, Mickey Thompson 15x3;
Rear: Bogart 15x10, Mickey Thompson 10.5w