Dodge 330 Max Wedge Lightweight 

  • built in Sweden
  • 1963
 
Beginning with a thin gauge steel body, they replaced the lower front body, splash pan, hood, hood scoops and front fenders with aluminum components.
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Described as: In 1963 Dodge was serious about making their models lighter to take advantage of their new 426 “Ramcharger” Max Wedge.
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Dodge 330 Max Wedge Lightweight

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Beginning with a thin gauge steel body, they replaced the lower front body, splash pan, hood, hood scoops and front fenders with aluminum components.
The successor to Frederick’s 1962 Max Wedge racer, this car is the second in a line of racers that included a 426 Hemi-powered ’64 330 Sedan, currently in a prominent collection, and a 1966 Dart.

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general

Brand Dodge
Type of car Race car
Year 1963
Highest auction price $71k, January 2011

engine

Fuels Gas

power & handling

Steering system Rack and pinion

transmission

Gearing Traditional

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc
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