Re: 1963 Plymouth for sale -- rare?
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Re: 1963 Plymouth for sale -- rare?



Not really, you have a 63 Bel hardtop. The trim around the glass is standard. The blue car Gary posted is a 63 Bel Post. 

To clarify: The 64 Dodge 440 Post I posted has the stainless mounted on the B pillar and around glass but not attached to the glass. The trim is attached to the body, not the glass. 

The white car pictured next to the Dodge 440 is a 64 Bel Post. I'm a little fuzzy on that car but I don't believe it had the same trim around B pillar, just the candy cane side moulding and the C pillar medallion. I believe the stainless around the B pillar was a Dodge only thing.

I think most us know that up to 64, the 440/Bel could be ordered as either a hardtop or Post body because the roofline is the same.  



On Thursday, January 24, 2019 at 5:22:08 PM UTC-5, onemorti...@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
Same trim as my factory 63 max wedge Belvedere 
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On Thu, Jan 24, 2019 at 11:58 AM ebbman64 via The 1962 to 1965 Mopar Mail List Clubhouse <1962to19...@googlegroups.com> wrote:
I bought this 440 Post car from a doctor in Reno ca. 2006. Note the chrome side window trim.


    
 

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