1965 Plymouth Belvedere- HEMIThe Belvedere may not be the first muscle car that pops into your head but one ride in this one will change that pretty quickly. Not only does this car have one of the toughest looks out there but it has the drivetrain to back it up. Mopar fanatics rejoice because this unique classic is powered by a 426 hemi motor that runs extremely well. The car has undergone a complete rotisserie restoration that took 4 years just to complete. We all know restorations can completely transform a vehicle but it should ease your mind to know that even prior to the restoration this thing was solid. The car only had 47,752 original miles on it prior to the build and has only racked up 26 since. It is a 2 owner car and has been well cared for since new. The 2 door post body is entirely rust free and looks perfectly coated in a clean White finish which is the original color. The body panels are all original and in great condition. All of the glass is brand new and all of the chrome looking great. It has all of the correct trim pieces and emblems which are all cleanly mounted in place and all of the stainless is original. One look at the motor has most Mopar fans drooling over this car. The 426 Hemi was installed during the restoration and with a Mopar performance cross ram has a really cool nostalgic look. It was all professionally built with no corners cut anywhere. The heads were prepped by Ray Barton and topping the cross ram is the two 600cfm carburetors. The brackets hoses, wirings, mounts, pulleys, EVERYTHING is nicely done. It really has that clean professional look and shows how meticulous the restoration process was. The interior of the car is done in blue and has an all original look except for a few added features. These include the aftermarket Billet steering wheel, B&M quicksilver shifter and added gauge pod. Bench seats are found in front and rear and both are adjustable. All of the upholstery looks good and has a very fresh look. NOS parts were used so it is as close to original as possible. This is a beautifully done car that needs to find its way to a collection or museum somewhere. We can't express how nice this car truly is and the current owner guarantees it is as nice as advertised. Park this piece of history in your garage for $78,500.00!Reasonable offers considered
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