1967 Plymouth Belvedere. Have been working on this car for about 2
years. As you can see this is a border line street car. A FRESH
very healthy 440 bored .55 0ver with 13.5 compression, a 590 solid
cam, roller rockers, hooker fender well headers, 800 edelbrock
carb, FRESH 727 trans with a reverse pattern valve body and a 3800
stall convertor along with a 391 posi rear, New interior, New tires
and rims, New dual exhaust with cutouts for serious stuff. Disc
brakes up front, New brakes in the rear. Tied the subframes
together so no twist or buckle anywhere, tach, and a small fan ,
Even a new radio, everything works but the gas gauge it works when
it wants to, have all new parts on the gauge system but still is
throwing fits. Plan on putting in a fuel cell with a new gauge but
right now the car is as is. This car is not for the faint at heart
guy or gal, this is some serious HP, We speculate about 600HP. Not
for highway driving, For around town and the strip. The low rear
gear and the size of the engine will kill the mileage, but You will
get there quick. This thing will get away from you in a heart beat.
Car still needs things, Like rubber gaskets for the doors and felt
seals for the windows, etc small stuff, About ready for her first
oil change about 400 miles on her right now since build. Please
Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and
Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25
cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to
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