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w.weiland
Posted 2011-07-24 10:07 AM (#282011)
Subject: 1963 Dodge 880


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I just bought a 63 Dodge 880 four door hardtop. Mainly for the drive train. Anyone interested in any of the other items.
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safetymike77
Posted 2011-07-24 7:48 PM (#282079 - in reply to #282011)
Subject: Re: 1963 Dodge 880



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What kinda shape is the body in? got a title? Send me some pics... safetymike1977@yahoo.com
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Posted 2011-08-04 6:43 AM (#283374 - in reply to #282079)
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w.weiland
Posted 2011-08-05 8:55 PM (#283579 - in reply to #282011)
Subject: Re: 1963 Dodge 880


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Here is a few pictures of this car. My intentions are to use the drivetrain in my 60 Plymouth wagon. This is a good driving and running car. I would not be afraid to go anywhere in it.
Anyone needing anything from it-let me know
Wayne



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retrorides
Posted 2011-09-15 1:27 PM (#288846 - in reply to #282011)
Subject: RE: 1963 Dodge 880


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Could you let me know if the Speed-o cable is in working order (non cruise control) and the Washer Fluid Pump Motor is also in working order.
We have a 64 Wagon with 98k in VGC and need small things . i will c if we need other parts.

Thanks
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retrorides
Posted 2011-09-15 1:28 PM (#288847 - in reply to #283579)
Subject: Re: 1963 Dodge 880


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Oh hey its erik I was wondering about heater core. A/C car.
If you have one . Thanks Erik
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w.weiland
Posted 2011-09-15 4:08 PM (#288867 - in reply to #288847)
Subject: Re: 1963 Dodge 880


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retrorides - 2011-09-15 1:28 PM

Oh hey its erik I was wondering about heater core. A/C car.
If you have one . Thanks Erik


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dukeboy
Posted 2011-09-25 2:08 PM (#290226 - in reply to #288867)
Subject: Re: 1963 Dodge 880



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I goit a grille assy with headlight rings in very good shape for one of these if anybody needs it....
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bdb
Posted 2011-10-27 4:48 AM (#294141 - in reply to #282011)
Subject: RE: 1963 Dodge 880


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Hi, have been off the forum for a while, so sorry for late reply, do you still have any of this car? Could certainly use some bits for my 2dr.
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w.weiland
Posted 2011-10-27 7:33 AM (#294151 - in reply to #294141)
Subject: RE: 1963 Dodge 880


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bdb - 2011-10-27 4:48 AM

Hi, have been off the forum for a while, so sorry for late reply, do you still have any of this car? Could certainly use some bits for my 2dr.


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slimwhitman
Posted 2011-10-27 9:47 PM (#294250 - in reply to #282011)
Subject: Re: 1963 Dodge 880



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Sad that the car just isn't quite nice enough to save. A little too rusty and a little to worn to be worth it. (and a little to plucked of fins). I love them 4dr hardtops, but it is less pretty with the small rear glass. A good car to part out. Hopefully someone with a Custom 880 can use some of whats good on this car.
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ebranom
Posted 2012-01-08 9:52 PM (#302733 - in reply to #282011)
Subject: RE: 1963 Dodge 880


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I would like to know if you would like to part with the fender molding on the passenger fender above the headlights and maybe one hub cap.
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Brushwolf
Posted 2012-01-12 2:11 PM (#303389 - in reply to #294151)
Subject: RE: 1963 Dodge 880


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How much for steering wheel? Wondering if it might fit possibly on a 57 column... Mike H in MN
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w.weiland
Posted 2012-01-12 7:42 PM (#303430 - in reply to #303389)
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Brushwolf - 2012-01-12 2:11 PM

How much for steering wheel? Wondering if it might fit possibly on a 57 column... Mike H in MN


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Brushwolf
Posted 2012-01-16 5:46 PM (#303999 - in reply to #303430)
Subject: RE: 1963 Dodge 880


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Found the ad again... Can you tell me what is outside diameter of wheel and does upper section appear to be repairable (i.e. - does it have a whole bunch of closely spaced cracks, or just a few that can be resolved with epoxy repair)? thanks.
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Borjehan
Posted 2012-01-29 1:42 PM (#305628 - in reply to #282011)
Subject: RE: 1963 Dodge 880


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Hello, I have an 880 -63 cabriolet that now is ready after complete overhaul. One thing still missing is the Dodge emblem on the trunk lock. Is the emblem from your car for sale?



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moparsteve
Posted 2012-01-29 8:17 PM (#305660 - in reply to #282011)
Subject: RE: 1963 Dodge 880


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thi 880 been on here a while now. did you pull the drive train yet. i can save it friend who does welding can patch up the quarters to pass inspection.. does it need anything else? does evthing work?
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w.weiland
Posted 2012-01-29 8:33 PM (#305664 - in reply to #305628)
Subject: RE: 1963 Dodge 880


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Borjehan - 2012-01-29 1:42 PM

Hello, I have an 880 -63 cabriolet that now is ready after complete overhaul. One thing still missing is the Dodge emblem on the trunk lock. Is the emblem from your car for sale?[/QUOTE
Are you talking about the one around the lock cylinder? If so I still have that. If your asking about the one that says Dodge, its gone
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w.weiland
Posted 2019-05-26 8:19 PM (#582542 - in reply to #282011)
Subject: Re: 1963 Dodge 880


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This car will be on its way to be soup cans soon. anyone need anything
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normsclassicradio
Posted 2019-05-29 7:21 PM (#582674 - in reply to #282011)
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I would be interested in the complete steering wheel and the door panels. If you where closer the seats also, but I'm in Montana.
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