This '65 Plymouth Belvedere 426 CI Hemi stroked & bored to 588 CI is for the die hard MOPAR enthusiast who is missing a Plymouth Belvedere HEMI A990 lightweight TRIBUTE in their collection! Beautiful era-correct Ruby Red Hemi Mopar muscle car built to mimic the Race Hemi Belvederes assembled for the 1965 model year with 101 total units produced to compete against Ford and Chevy in the NHRA Super Stock class.
This car was built as a radio, heater, and back seat delete. Arm rest, side mirrors also deleted with one windshield wiper, and a fiberglass hood. Rear side windows are plexiglass. Don't miss out on this rare chance to own one of the Iconic drag cars of the 60's! This 588 HEMI big block monster does not disappoint!!! Turns heads everywhere it goes and one you rarely see at ANY car show. If you want an American Muscle car that stands out from the rest look no further. This Mopar was put together by professionals and is very well thought out. This is the one you want.
$25,000 alone IN BUILT 426 CI HEMI WHICH INCLUDE:
***ITEMS REPLACED OVER THE YEARS BY CURRENT OWNER***
MAINTAINED BY CLASSIC AUTO WORKS OF OCEANO, CA
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BRIEF HISTORY ON THE '65 SUPER STOCK CLASS
In late 1964, as the new 1965 cars began to roll off the assembly line, Chrysler’s Detroit Lynch Road Assembly Plant became a hotbed of performance. A special A990 version of the Race Hemi was available in either the new Dodge Coronet or Plymouth Belvedere. The engine retained the 12.5:1 compression ratio and 425hp output rating from its introduction the year before, but it benefitted from several internal improvements, including a redesigned solid-lifter cam, aluminum cylinder heads, and a magnesium intake manifold. The bodies receiving these engines had thin-gauge steel components and lightweight Corning glass in the doors, rear-quarters, and backlight. To qualify for the NHRA’s Super Stock classes, 100 units of each had to be built. Out of the 101 Plymouth Belvedere Super Stock A990 built, 14 came with 4-speed transmission and out of those only one was painted in Bright Ruby Red.
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