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DESCRIPTIONYou guessed it - this '64 "Ram-K" is ULTRA RARE. Production of these high output brutes is listed at 212 total units. Yes, the hardtop letter car production is listed at 3022 units. This car however was ordered with the factory code of #332. This was called the "Special K Package". It included the 390 horse 413 V-8 with the "short ram" induction system. Also included in this performance package was heavy duty brakes, heavy duty radiater, and specially beefed up suspension. It also has A/C, power windows, power seats, bucket seats, center console/auto stick shift, and so on. Nearly fully optioned. Very, very, very rare. Original window sticker on this car was well over $5,000.00. Good luck ever finding another one like it. This car is originally from New Mexico and is rock solid. No rust out anywhere with very clean floors and inners. It comes with another 2-door 300 K car for parts and a rebuidable '64 413 long block engine. SHORT RAMS ARE NOT INCLUDED WITH PACKAGE. Clean title and boxes and boxes of parts.
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