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This 1966 Plymouth Belvedere has a powerful look. And with its enhanced 400 V8, four-on-the-floor, and awesome stance, it sends a powerful message to the streets, too.
This Belvedere's style is both speed and sophistication. The cantilever roof is one of the most formal hardtop designs of the era. And the full-length trim gives a quality look to the rather straight sheet metal. It's all presented in the factory-correct bronze paint that was given a respray later in life to make sure it gives a nice glow in the sunshine. But everywhere you look, there are also clues about the aggressor within. After all, the dual scoop fiberglass hood trim lets you know this is not meant to be the nice guy. There's also the half chrome headlight, wide dual exhaust tips, and those torque thrust style wheels are done with a 15/17-inch front/rear stagger for an aggressive stance.
The black interior looks good against the exterior bronze. The bench seats, door panels, dash, and most of the fundamentals have the look of a stock style. So it has the right classic car vibe. But you also know this is a true driver's machine. That's why they upgraded you with a grippy sports steering wheel, auxiliary readouts, and a Hurst floor shifter that just seems like the perfect place to rest your right hand.
Under this hood is a mighty Mopar motor. This was upgraded to a 400 cubic-inch V8. It's enhanced further with a Demon four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Torker intake, and Hedman headers feeding the dual exhaust. You can also see they spent time on the fundamentals with good wires, hoses, belts, and even an aluminum radiator to help keep the big motor running cool. And putting you in full control of the full power package is a four-speed manual transmission. It's the kind of coupe that really wants you to feel the road, and so it also comes with the right driver's features. Also, the upgraded wheels mean you get to fit modern tires for better grip.
Stylish and powerful, this is the Mopar hardtop that you want when it's time to drive. So don't miss this deal. Call today!!!
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