“Jay’s 63” was white and an automatic–so forget the car with the 4-speed and darker color.
When we got the car it was a Ramcharger team show-car and painted white with the red candy stripe roof. We painted the roof all white and campaigned it in 1964 with the “Art Dury ” scheme.
We repainted the car for 1965 with a red upper body and white lower with a big Dodge “triangle” logo on the doors . The car was sold to someone in Ohio in late 1965/early 1966 which I distinctly remember since we trailered it out there in snow!
We then got the ’66 street hemi which also was painted in the red/white scheme.
The Bernella car is interesting since it appears to be a 2-door “hardtop” and the first Bobby Gallagher ’63 Gramatan Dodge was a hardtop, and not too many ’63 ramchargers were built that way! When Bobby sold that car it stayed in Westchester somewhere–Mamaroneck or New Rochelle –I don’t recall.