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An original 1965 Dodge Coronet Super Stock. Dodge produced 101 examples, as did Plymouth, for a total of 202 super stocks for 1965. This car was ordered, purchased in the Cleveland, Ohio area by Harm Friend. He campaigned this car for 5 years at numerous local tracks, one year competing in the nationals, losing in 6th round by red lighting. Harm set a national AHRA record with this car in 1969. He ran mid to high ‘11’s in the upper 120’s . He initially named this car “Man from Mopar”. He then renamed it “ N Harm’s Way” , based off of the John Wayne movie. He sold the car in 1969 with 84 original miles. Now, the car has 116 original miles.

All Dodges carried the serial number beginning with W051****. The corresponding Plymouth's had serial number R051*****. The super stock option was listed as A990, so the Dodge cars are referred to either as W051's, or A990's. In 1964, the Dodge / Plymouth Super Stocks were built with a cast iron block / head 426 cross ram hemi, and with fiberglass and aluminum body panels to lighten the cars. As Ford was also producing cars with lightweight parts, NHRA decided to make a new rule stipulating that for 1965, all super stocks had to be built with "stock" steel body panels. So Chrysler redesigned the Super Stocks for 1965, by substituting aluminum heads and water pumps on the 426 Race Hemi's, and lightening up the steel body panels by acid dipping the fenders, doors, hood, to reduce the car weight back to that of the 1964's, class minimum weight of about 3400 lbs. Truly a work of art !!!!
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