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1962 Dodge Polara crossover 2 door Gasoline RWD automatic
3
  • crossover
  • 6,268 below average
  • 25,895 good
  • Cadillac, MI
  • 11 months
  • classiccars.com
  • 6,268 below average crossover gasoline automatic
1962 Dodge Polara 500 2 door hardtop 413 cu in, howards cams headman elite headers direct connection aluminum intake edlebrock 750 carb flowmaster 2.5' exhaust cutouts, crossover pipe 727 pushbutton trans 3:23 posi trac new gears and new strange axles retro am/fm radio amp and subwoofer nice interior, all new tires and wheels much more AM/FM
25,895 Cadillac, MICadillac, MI 11 months at classiccars.com
1968 Dodge Polara Red Gasoline RWD automatic
3
  • 67,000
  • 3,898 below average
  • 6,000 great
  • Bismarck, ND
  • 1 year
  • bismanonline.com
  • 3,898 below average 67,000 gasoline red automatic
The car is mostly original and would make a great project car, or put a little into and drive as is. It has a 383 4 barrel, automatic
6,000 Bismarck, NDBismarck, ND 1 year at bismanonline.com
1962 Dodge Polara Gasoline RWD
3
  • Reno, NV
  • 11 months
  • classiccars.com
  • gasoline
PUSH BUTTON TORQUEFLITE automatic trans Bucket seats Center console Power steering Dual exhaust (low restriction) Windshield washer AM Radio (working) DELUXE SPINNER Polara Hubcaps.. A low mileage documented (72k) Pristine example that rides and drives as new Bucket Seats
Reno, NVReno, NV 11 months at classiccars.com
1963 Dodge Polara RWD
3
  • 70,000 overpriced
  • Corona, CA
  • 11 months
  • classiccars.com
Only 5 were built with the 426 Max Wedge engine, making it one of the most rare cars in Automotive History.   This 1963 Dodge Polara 500 represented an excellent example of this true American classic automobile. The 1963 Dodge Polara 500:426 Max Wedge As the king of the road, the Polara had 425HP, making the ultimate factory drag car and soon became the engine to be feared
70,000 Corona, CACorona, CA 11 months at classiccars.com
1960 Dodge Polara White RWD automatic
3
  • Mill Hall, PA
  • 11 months
  • classiccars.com
  • white automatic
Odometer shows 89,000 miles believed to be original mileage. Torque flight push button automatic tranny. 1960 Dodge Matador "One family owned, low mileage, very original car from California
Mill Hall, PAMill Hall, PA 11 months at classiccars.com
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1964 Dodge Polara White RWD automatic
3
  • 1,906 below average
  • 25,995 fair
  • Greenville, NC
  • 11 months
  • classiccars.com
  • 1,906 below average white automatic
Solid original North Carolina car with factory air conditioning With a Solid under body. Under the hood the engine compartment is close to the way it would have been from �the Dodge Boy back in the day. Air Conditioning
25,995 Greenville, NCGreenville, NC 11 months at classiccars.com
1964 Dodge Polara 2 door RWD
3
  • 59,995 overpriced
  • Rogers, AR
  • 11 months
  • classiccars.com
Only 1 of 5 1964 Polara 2 Door Hardtops built with the 426 CID Ramcharger lll engine Tachometer
59,995 Rogers, ARRogers, AR 11 months at classiccars.com
I have a 1965 Dodge Polara. It has factory 383 ci. 727 trans. Body is straight,
3
  • 146,000
  • 6,748 below average
  • 4,000 great
  • Stanley, ND
  • 1 year
  • bismanonline.com
  • 6,748 below average 146,000 gasoline gold automatic
Edelbrock Carburetor, MSD ignition, dual exhaust with H pipe and Thrush mufflers, and five star aluminum wheels. Body is straight, very little rust, interior is decent for its age dash pad is perfect Aluminum Wheels
4,000 Stanley, NDStanley, ND 1 year at bismanonline.com
1968 Dodge Polara Red RWD automatic
3
  • 20,995 overpriced
  • Rusk, TX
  • 1 year
  • classiccars.com
  • red automatic
Under the hood of this gem is a 440 CID motor paired with an automatic transmission that fires up on the first crank and runs outstanding and smooth. The entire engine bay is super clean and well organized. This Polara is also sporting a recent 4 year old Red paint job that shines outstanding in the sun
20,995 Rusk, TXRusk, TX 1 year at classiccars.com
1964 Dodge Polara Black RWD automatic
3
  • West Palm Beach, FL
  • 1 year
  • classiccars.com
  • black automatic
This custom black-on-black Polara has been upgraded with a 426ci 8-cylinder engine with Cross-Ram intake, twin Holley carburetors and 3-speed automatic transmission
West Palm Beach, FLWest Palm Beach, FL 1 year at classiccars.com
1973 Dodge Polara Black RWD
3
  • Oklahoma City, OK
  • 1 year
  • classiccars.com
  • black
400 CI V-8 engine, Automatic transmission, Power steering and brakes, Factory air conditioning, Restored a few years ago in the Texas Department of Public Safety livery, Lights and sirens, Authentic Stetson hat and overhead hat holder, Built at the Belvedere, IL plant, Replica of the Texas DPS Highway Patrol car from the movie "Sugarland Express". Air Conditioning
Oklahoma City, OKOklahoma City, OK 1 year at classiccars.com
1963 Dodge Polara RWD automatic
3
  • 2,537 below average
  • 35,995 fair
  • La Vergne, TN
  • 1 year
  • classiccars.com
  • 2,537 below average automatic
Quality workmanship outside, inside, and under the hood, with the correct push button transmission, make this car awesome
35,995 La Vergne, TNLa Vergne, TN 1 year at classiccars.com
1964 Dodge Polara White RWD
3
  • 43,995 overpriced
  • Memphis, IN
  • 1 year
  • classiccars.com
  • white
The dodge polara was an automobile introduced in the united states for the 1960 model year as dodge's top-of-the-line full-size car; after the introduction of the dodge custom 880 in 1962, the polara nameplate designated a step below the full sized best trimmed dodge model; the polara that year had been downsized to what was in effect intermediate, or mid-size status. In its various forms, the polara name was used by dodge until 1973, when its position in dodge's line-up was replaced by the dodge monaco. The name polara is a reference to the polaris star, in a marketing attempt to appeal to the excitement surrounding the space race during the early 1960s. The polara was a competitor to the ford galaxie 500 and the chevrolet impala. The 1964 models received a revised front end and new tail lamps to distinguish them from the 1963 cars. Rear end treatment took its inspiration from the chevrolet impala, the polara models now featuring six small, square-shaped taillights (three on each side) surrounded by an attractive bright trim panel. A sensational new "c" pillar for the hardtop coupes, combined with the more attractive front and rear end styling, made the '64s look totally new (and longer/ lower/wider as well), resulting in a significant increase of sales over 1963. The polara 500 continued as dodge's sporty mid-size model, competing with the full-size ford galaxie 500/xl and chevrolet's impala super sport, featuring an engine-turned anodized aluminum trim strip along the car's flanks, bucket seats and deluxe vinyl upholstery. This 1964 dodge polara is equipped with a 440ci max wedge motor sporting two huge carbs and uses a 727 torqueflight transmission and a suregrip rear end to put the power to the pavement. Bucket Seats
43,995 Memphis, INMemphis, IN 1 year at classiccars.com
  • 20,532 below average
  • 18,000 great
  • Westborough, MA
  • 1 year
  • racingjunk.com
  • 20,532 below average
18,000 Westborough, MAWestborough, MA 1 year at racingjunk.com
  • 50,000 overpriced
  • Sun City, AZ
  • 1 year
  • racingjunk.com
(console, bucket seats) This great looking car has been completely restored with a correct 426 Hemi engine with a Hilborn injection system, aluminum heads, custom built headers and a custom built 3" exhaust system. There are power disc brakes in the front and drum brakes in the rear. This great running engine was built by Bil Drake Engines, specializing in Mopars, in Rochester New York Bucket Seats
50,000 Sun City, AZSun City, AZ 1 year at racingjunk.com
  • 62,995 overpriced
  • Valrico, FL
  • 1 year
  • classiccars.com
  • red manual
It has been refinished in its original code P Ruby Red, so maybe it's not designed to be subtle, but even in red, most guys won't know what's coming until it's too late. Make no mistake, this no-nonsense Polara carries what appears to be its original 426 "Street Wedge" engine, a more user-friendly version of the full-race piece
62,995 Valrico, FLValrico, FL 1 year at classiccars.com
  • 54,000 high price
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • 1 year
  • classiccars.com
  • white automatic
The car was originally white and was re-painted the same color in about 2000. Equipped with the standard 383-2V CID big block putting out 305 HP and a Torqueflite transmission, this combo is easy to maintain, repair, and get parts for Cruise Control✔ Air Conditioning
54,000 Phoenix, AZPhoenix, AZ 1 year at classiccars.com
  • 14,995 fair
  • Cadillac, MI
  • 1 year
  • racingjunk.com
It was then brought out of storage with the following maintenance work performed: New Fuel Tank, new Sending Unit New Fuel Pump, fuel lines and filter New Rebuilt Carburetor New Starter Engine Tune-Up (Plugs, Wires, Belts & Hoses) New Master Cylinder (Upgraded to dual unit) New Brake Lines, wheel cylinders, brake drums, shoes, etc. Car was ordered with the strong and reliable 318 CI Engine, Automatic, Power Steering, Black Vinyl Interior, Carpet and a 'Radio Delete' dash. New Rear Leaf Springs N
14,995 Cadillac, MICadillac, MI 1 year at racingjunk.com
  • 43,995 overpriced
  • O'Fallon, IL
  • 1 year
  • racingjunk.com
The dodge polara was an automobile introduced in the united states for the 1960 model year as dodge's top-of-the-line full-size car; after the introduction of the dodge custom 880 in 1962, the polara nameplate designated a step below the full sized best trimmed dodge model; the polara that year had been downsized to what was in effect intermediate, or mid-size status. In its various forms, the polara name was used by dodge until 1973, when its position in dodge's line-up was replaced by the dodge monaco. The name polara is a reference to the polaris star, in a marketing attempt to appeal to the excitement surrounding the space race during the early 1960s. The polara was a competitor to the ford galaxie 500 and the chevrolet impala. The 1964 models received a revised front end and new tail lamps to distinguish them from the 1963 cars. Rear end treatment took its inspiration from the chevrolet impala, the polara models now featuring six small, square-shaped taillights (three on each side) surrounded by an attractive bright trim panel. A sensational new "c" pillar for the hardtop coupes, combined with the more attractive front and rear end styling, made the '64s look totally new (and longer/ lower/wider as well), resulting in a significant increase of sales over 1963. The polara 500 continued as dodge's sporty mid-size model, competing with the full-size ford galaxie 500/xl and chevrolet's impala super sport, featuring an engine-turned anodized aluminum trim strip along the car's flanks, bucket seats and deluxe vinyl upholstery. This 1964 dodge polara is equipped with a 440ci max wedge motor sporting two huge carbs and uses a 727 torqueflight transmission and a suregrip rear end to put the power to the pavement. S and stangs, this polara is sure to hold its own on the road. Bucket Seats
43,995 O'Fallon, ILO'Fallon, IL 1 year at racingjunk.com
  • 20,995 overpriced
  • O'Fallon, IL
  • 1 year
  • racingjunk.com
Bolted to the engine block is a chrome set of Edelbrock Valve Covers, an Edelbrock Carberator, and a Chrome Air Cleaner. Under the hood of this gem is a 440 CID motor paired with an automatic transmission that fires up on the first crank and runs outstanding and smooth
20,995 O'Fallon, ILO'Fallon, IL 1 year at racingjunk.com
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