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1964 Plymouth Savoy Max Wedge

Jim Guy writes:


Here are a few pictures of my 64 Savoy Max Wedge.

My friend John and I just got back from the NSCA World Finals where I competed in the Nostalgia SuperStock class for the first time.

What a weekend!!! There Were 47 NSS cars entered, (largest field of the year).

1964 Plymouth Savoy Max Wedge

After thrashing on the car the last 2 weeks (changing cams and valve springs) I had no idea how fast the car would run, let alone if it would stay together.
But with the help of my two friends John and Mark, I had a fairy tale weekend.

1964 Plymouth Savoy Max Wedge

I entered the E class 12.00 and until my last qualifying pass could only run 12.20's. I finally uncapped this street car and ran 11.97.

1964 Plymouth Savoy Max Wedge

On Sunday for elimination's I ran 12.00, 12.02, 12.03, 11.95, 12.01. My fairy tale ended in the semi final against the event winner.

1964 Plymouth Savoy Max Wedge

But I couldn't have been happier. I met a lot of really nice racers and can't wait for next year.

Waho Jim!

Has the smile left your face yet? :-)

Excellent job at the National Street Car Association World Finals!

You have a very nice Plymouth there; it is a prime example of why a lot of folks got interested in these Mopars in the first place!

And, yes, meeting the great people who are fans of these Mopars is one aspect that makes all the work worthwhile!

Gary H.

October 11, 2000

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