This car was the US Plymouth Fury and in Canada it was badged a Plymouth Savoy. In June 1964 I purchased a retired O.P.P highway cruiser which I had acquired through a car wholesaler at a car auction. The 1963 Plymouth Savoy was stripped down to accomodate a Stage 3 – 426 Wedge V8 engine with a 727 aluminum torqueflite transmission. I purchased the engine and transmission from a contact in Pennsylvania right after I bought the car. This car remained in my possession for three months of competition before I sold it in 1965. During the early ’60s Chrysler had a 426 Wedge V8 engine that was running very well up and down the East Coast of the U.S. The Wedge Stage 3 Engine was the quickest big block at all the local drag strips. The engine coupled with two four-barrel carborators was a giant horsepower maker. I recall this motor making 425 hp out of the crate. When I raced my Northern Charger at the local Ontario drag strips (Mohawk, Cayuga, and St. Thomas), the car was fast in the A/MP class. It ran consistant low eleven second runs while in my care. The images are artists renditions of the vehicle as I do not have a true image of the actual vehicle.