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I am listing my 1935 Dodge Business Coupe for possible trades for the following:
1967 to 1969 Darts
1967 to 1969 Barracudas
1962 to 1967 B-Bodies

The coupe has a 1974 350 Chevy, Turbo 350 and 10 bolt rear. I have completely rebuilt this ratrod with the following new parts: Unisteer rack & pinion (manual steering), Ididit GM column, SSBC 4 wheel disc conversion (manual brakes), Tubular controls arms, TCI Streetfighter Turbo 350 with an 11" converter, alternator, starter, battery, Street Rod wiring harness, custom grill - (replicates a 36 Plymouth), smoothie wheels and tires, alum bomber seats, fiberglass dash with vintage speedometer and tach, ceramic headers, glass pack exhaust, 650 Holley carb, alum radiator, alum and billet engine pieces. The chassis is a late model GM - 108 in wheelbase.

Trade Value should be in the 12,500 to 14,000 range.
 

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Thanks, Yes - I know the chevy engine is a hurdle for most Mopar fans. I would not build a ground up Mopar rat with a chevy either. Although I rebuilt this car - the GM chassis and 350 were already there and I put my money into making it a safe and good driver.
I am looking to build a NSS car for next year, preferably either a 64 Max Wedge or 65 Hemi car, figured I see if any interest was out there for the coupe before I tear into again. I already have the coupe slated for a new chassis build and engine change for the winter - assuming the coupe doesn't trade. While I would prefer a 354 Gen I, I also am strongly considering a poly motor - a much rarer site in a rat rod!

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Steve R
 

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Thanks, Yes - I know the chevy engine is a hurdle for most Mopar fans. I would not build a ground up Mopar rat with a chevy either. Although I rebuilt this car - the GM chassis and 350 were already there and I put my money into making it a safe and good driver.
I am looking to build a NSS car for next year, preferably either a 64 Max Wedge or 65 Hemi car, figured I see if any interest was out there for the coupe before I tear into again. I already have the coupe slated for a new chassis build and engine change for the winter - assuming the coupe doesn't trade. While I would prefer a 354 Gen I, I also am strongly considering a poly motor - a much rarer site in a rat rod!

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Steve R

I would offer my 64 Belvedere in trade if your 35 was pure Mopar
 

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Good Morning Dartforforty - is that the white 64 with blue interior? I have seen your ads if so - looks like a nice clean car. The 350 chevy in the coupe now is probalby worth $500-$650 with all the alum trim - toss the 350 and put in a 354 Poly or Hemi - PAW sells the trans adapter for the Turbo 350 and the block hugging headers - fab up some motor mounts. That is one of my possible future scenarios anyway!
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What about the 63 dodge for a 64 Plymouth you can build into an NSS car. Plymouth has frame tied, 4:30 8 3/4, SS springs, tubbed, and 0 mile 440, 727 tans, new convertor. etc.
 

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Good Morning Dartforforty - is that the white 64 with blue interior? I have seen your ads if so - looks like a nice clean car. The 350 chevy in the coupe now is probalby worth $500-$650 with all the alum trim - toss the 350 and put in a 354 Poly or Hemi - PAW sells the trans adapter for the Turbo 350 and the block hugging headers - fab up some motor mounts. That is one of my possible future scenarios anyway!
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Steve R

I have my 64 Belvedere in the trade section on this board. I have a 557 Hemi but that may go into the 65 Coronet that I just purchased.
You car needs a little work to be Mopar pure.
Thanks for the compliment on my car
Ed
 

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What about the 63 dodge for a 64 Plymouth you can build into an NSS car. Plymouth has frame tied, 4:30 8 3/4, SS springs, tubbed, and 0 mile 440, 727 tans, new convertor. etc.

which 63 Dodge for which 64 Plymouth?????????
 

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Bob, I do have a fiberglass Hood (just the top-not the sides)

I don't have the fenders or running boards - they are available in fiberglass from SRPM (Street Rods and Parts Memorabilia in Ohio)

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I think your car looks great and would love to drive it, even if it is GMpowered. Good luck with the trade
 
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