"I would think that it's a low 13s or high 12s car."-The 330's current owner
1963 Dodge 330 two-door sedan
Restored by: Muscle Car Restorations, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
The ultimate Mopar powerplant for 1963-the Stage II Ramcharger 426 , Built by Wheeler Racing Engines in Blaine, Minnesota. It has 13.5:1 compression, new-for-63 cylinder heads and two huge Carter AFB four-barrel carburetors on a factory cross-ram intake. It's also got a Comp Cams hydraulic-roller camshaft, and the stock dual-point ignition was converted to a Protronix electronic one.
Transmission: Larry Shepard restored the heavy-duty 727, and included a Dynamic Converters 10-inch 3,500-stall torque converter, shifted by the restored OEM pushbutton shift
Rear: Restored original 8-3/4, with 3.91 gears and Sure Grip differential.
Restored stock 1963 Dodge, with torsion bars and all-new Moog parts up front, heavy-duty Max Wedge leaf springs in back, and KYB gas shocks all the way around.
Brakes: Restored 11-inch Mopar drums at all corners.
Wheels/Tires: Steel wheels (14 x 5-1/2 inch front, 14 x 6-1/2 inch rear) wear OEM 1963 Dodge "dog dish" caps and reproduction Firestone "Deluxe Champion" bias-ply tires (7.50-14 front, 9.00-14 rear)
Paint/Body: Restored original '63 Dodge unibody wears its OEM aluminum hood, hood scoop, bumper and brackets, filler panel, front valence, fenders and wheelwells. Paint is BB-1D Onyx Black.
Interior: Restored stock benches with Legendary's reproduction blue vinyl covers, Auto Custom Carpets carpeting, and a restored (by Special T's Restorations) stock steering wheel.