1962-64 Max Wedge
After five successful Dodge and Plymouth Hemi Super Stock Authenticity Guides and two large historical hardcover books
on Dodge, Chrysler & Plymouth racing, author and historian Jim Schild has finally created a new guide on the famous and
fabulous 1962 to 1964 Maximum Performance Wedge machines popularly known as “Max Wedges.” Many Mopar Performance
fans have requested this book for a long time and it’s time has come. 2012 is the 75th Anniversary of Mopar and the
50th Anniversary of the Maximum Performance Programs so it is appropriate that this new book will be available now.
With thousands of “Max Wedge” cars produced during the three model years of production, this work was more complicated
than any other. With the help of Max Wedge owners, drivers, collectors and fans, all available factory technical and
historical information has been gathered into this one comprehensive source for all to use. No more digging through huge
stacks of old magazines, books and technical bulletins. It is all here in the usual well-organized and easy to use format of the
previous Maximum Performance guides by The Auto Review.
This new book includes 138 quality B&W photos and details of the components of the engine, drivetrain, suspension,
bodies, interiors, electrical systems and much more. More than twenty factory bulletins and letters and hundreds of additional
articles were used for research, in addition to photos, parts and other contributions from historians, collectors and
owners such as Larry Griffith, Bob Chaves and Darrell Davis.
Whether you are restoring one of these historical cars, buying or selling one or merely interested, this book is essential. 48 Pages, 8-1/2” x 11”, softcover, coil bound.