300 SERIES - (V-8) The 300 Sport Series continued with the same body types as used in 1962. A later addition to the 300 lineup was the Pace Setter Series, introduced to commemorate the use of a 300 as the Pace Car for the Indianapolis 500 mile race. Pace Setter editions were identified by special interiors and a small checkered flag placed below the front fender 300 emblem. An option was full leather in bucket seat cars.
300 SPORT SERIES I.D. NUMBERS: Serial Numbers were located as on previous models. Detroit built cars began with Serial Number 8233-100001 and up. Engine prefix was the letter 'T'.
NOTE: The four-door sedan referred to above was built as a Saratoga for the Canadian market, but counted in the plant as a 300.
300 SPORT SERIES ENGINEV-8. Overhead valves. Cast iron block. Displacement: 383 cubic inches. Bore and stroke: 4.25 x 3.375 inches. Compression ratio: 10.0:1. Brake horsepower: 305 at 4600 R.P.M. Five main bearings. Hydraulic valve lifters. Carburetor: Carter Type BBD two-barrel Model 3476S.
|Year||Body/Style Number||Body Type/Seating||Model No.||Price||Wt Lbs||Production|
|1964||822||2-Dr Ht Cpe - 6P||VC2-M||$3959||3850||13,401|
|1964||824||4-Dr Ht Sedan - 6P||VC2-M||$4038||3865||11,460|
|1964||825||2-Dr Conv - 6P||VC2-M||$4320||4120||2026|