Dodge Polara Cars & Parts For Sale

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Dodge Polara Used and New Parts

Dodge Polara Air Conditioning & Heat
Dodge Polara Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
Dodge Polara Brakes
Dodge Polara Charging and Staring Systems
Dodge Polara Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Dodge Polara Cooling System
Dodge Polara Decals, Emblems & Detailing
Dodge Polara Emission System
Dodge Polara Engines & Components
Dodge Polara Exhaust
Dodge Polara Exterior
Dodge Polara Filters
Dodge Polara Gaskets
Dodge Polara Gauges
Dodge Polara Glass
Dodge Polara Ignition System
Dodge Polara Interior
Dodge Polara Lighting & Lamps
Dodge Polara Parts Cars
Dodge Polara Safety & Security
Dodge Polara Suspension & Steering
Dodge Polara Transmission & Drivetrain
Dodge Polara Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Dodge Polara Wheels and Tires
Dodge Polara Other Parts
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1972 Dodge Polara
The Polara was sold from 1960 until 1973. It was the top of the line full size offering from Dodge, although that position would be usurped by the 880 in 1962.
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This model line originally featured some of the most outrageous styling elements in the car world. The look was often compared to futuristic jet pods, with taillights that blended the popular tailfins look of the time with what appeared to be rockets. The car was made smaller and more contemporary in 1963 as Dodge expeced the competition to downsize all of their cars. Of course, this wasn't the case, and the Polara was left without a market to compete in and lacking the features the Americans were looking for at the time. In 1965, it was made a full size car again, with a more squared look with defined edges. By 1969, a change was needed, and once again the car was remodeled. The new "fuselage" look was fatter and more chunky, which was basically what other muscle cars of that era looked like. Following 1963 the nameplate was dropped in favor of the Monaco. You won't find too many of these cars on the used car market, as they were last produced over 30 years ago. There are usually some listed on eBay, which is also a great place to look for parts or even an entire Polara parts car.
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The specs and history of this car / truck / vehicle were found from various sources, including Car & Driver, Motor Trend, Road & Track, online car websites, and TV shows like Motor Week and Car Crazy. If any of my car history data is incorrect, please give me a history lesson by emailing me at carhistory ['AT' Symbol] (I removed the @ in hopes that it will prevent spam)