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For Sale: 1962 Dodge Polara 500 4 door hardtop, 33K miles, "Fully-Equipped" - $8,222 - Mobile-Midtown, AL - Not Mine


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For Sale: 1962 Dodge Polara 500 4 door hardtop, 33K miles, "Fully-Equipped" - $8,222 - Mobile-Midtown, AL

1962 Dodge Polara 500 4 door hardtop - cars & trucks - by owner -... (craigslist.org) 

1962 Dodge Polara 500, factory 361 4 barrel engine, 305 horsepower from factory, Factory Options on car - pushbutton automatic transmission, factory a/c, power steering, brakes, windows, seat, clock, day/night mirror, nice radio with rear speaker, light package, windshield washer. This is a very nice driver vehicle you sure won't see everyday. The car shows 33000 miles which I believe is original miles and the car is in good original condition although I have an aftermarket carburetor currently on car I have the original carburetor that needs to be rebuilt. The car is a good driver but the a/c although all there is no longer working. 

Contact:    Please call 251-six 0 four - five three six eight for more info.

Copy and paste in your email:  a31deceabe4d3d35bf51c592484eab46@sale.craigslist.org

 

I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1962 Dodge Polara 500 4 door hardtop.

Note:  This 1962 Dodge Polara 500 options added TorqueFlite ($211); A/C ($445), power steering ($77), power brakes ($43), power windows ($102), power seat ($96), Music Master radio with rear speaker ($58), electric clock ($16), windshield washer ($12), plus those other niceties over $1000 in options on top of the $2,960 base price in the price range of a 1962 Chrysler New Yorker sedan.   Almost certainly a dealer ordered Polara 500 for his own use or by a good customer.   Only 12,500 Polara 500's sold for 1962.  

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Can't help myself. I kind of like it. My folks bought a new 1963 Dodge Dart with a 225 six. Only it wasn't a 225 but the smaller 177? Anyway he took it back and they gave us a 1962 car similar to this one  to drive and I've like them ever since. 

I believe it was a Dodge Dart 440 with a V-8. This 13 year old thought it was a much better car than the 6 cylinder 63 Dart. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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That interior would be turquois, considered to be in the blue family of colors during the 60's. The late 70's saw a change to teal instead which was considered in the green family of colors.  The blue colors would fade out and make the turquois start looking much more green, just like red would look more orange as it faded and copper would start looking more like coral.

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  • 6 months later...
On 11/27/2021 at 6:57 AM, TallJon said:

Did you ever sell this?

Jon, this is the "Not Mine" category, meaning that the

cars for sale are owned by others.  Forum-goers merely

see an ad for an interesting car and repost it here.

 

The car owner's phone number is in the first forum posting, here.

Just scroll up, read the ad, and you'll see the number.

Telephoning is the only way now to know if the car is still available.

 

All the best to you in your search!

 

 

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