Plymouth Belvedere '1966

Price:
$67,900
Location: USA / Ohio / Macedonia
Technical data:
  • VIN:
  • RL21H67229127
  • YOR:
  • 1966
  • Mileage:
  • 30200 miles
  • Gearbox:
  • Automatic
  • Fuel:
  • Petrol
  • Body Style:
  • Other
  • Int Color:
  • Blue
  • Ext Color:
  • Blue
  • Condition:
  • used
Public Info:
  • Vehicle ID:
  • 6362
  • Published:
  • January 28, 2023
  • Updated:
  • January 28, 2023
  • Views:
  • 115

Additional Info

1966 Plymouth Belvedere Street HEMI for sale. 1966 Plymouth Belvedere Street HEMI 30165 Miles Blue 2-Door 426 cubic inch HEMI. VIN RL21H67229127. This blue Plymouth Belvedere is located in Macedonia, Ohio. The car price is $67900. Call 440-565-5335

Real H-code Street HEMI. One of 57 automatics built. 30,165 original miles. Never raced or used in winter weather, very solid throughout. Beautiful paint, updated bucket seat interior. Runs and drives beautifully! Those hardcore guys buying the Belvedere 2-door sedan were few, as only 156 were built and only 57 of those were backed by a TorqueFlite transmission—a pretty rare piece. This EE1 Dark Blue Belvedere shows only 30,165 miles, a figure we believe is authentic. It spent almost the entirety of its life in the Pacific northwest so it’s untouched by the ravages of a rust belt winter and aside from some updated seat covers and the custom paint job on the sides of the car, it’s almost entirely original. It spent the first part of its life as a fair-weather toy and show car; despite being built for combat, it doesn’t appear to have ever really turned a wheel in anger. The bodywork is laser-straight and in excellent condition, and while the Belvedere sedan bodywork won’t win many beauty contests, it’s purposeful and the paint job enhances what’s already there—check out the way the custom stripes wrap around the rear window. The chrome trim is in excellent original condition with no evidence of previous accident damage or trauma..The interior isn’t 100% stock, wearing a set of custom seat covers that were probably installed when the paint was done in the ‘80s and some slightly plusher carpets. The rest, however, appears original, including the tooled door panels, dash pad, and headliner. Factory gauges include all the vitals, and are joined by a trio of vintage Stewart-Warner instruments that include an oil temperature gauge and which were probably installed when the car was almost new. Buckets and a console were added at some point, and the only options appear to be the HEMI V8 and a Music Master AM radio in the dash. The trunk is massive and includes a newer trunk mat and you can see that the tire well underneath is in excellent condition. Chrysler wasn’t doing matching-numbers in the traditional sense in 1966.

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