Enjoy this no-rust-ever 1957 Plymouth Belvedere Convertible right away as it runs and drives like new! Original body, 301 cu in engine with 2 bbl carb. Rebuilt transmission. Repaint with new correct power top. AM Radio. Rare swivel seats. Power steering and power brakes. All brake systems have been re-done. Interior redone.
Only 3 owners and now resides in Alberta. Purchased from Oregon many years ago.
The Pick of the Day is a low-mileage survivor
The Pick of the Day is a Belvedere II said to be in totally immaculate condition
The Pick of the Day is a classic piece of big-block Mopar muscle, a 1965 Plymouth Belvedere II hardtop that looks like it just rolled off a ’60s drag strip.
Can you imagine Mona Lisa in a Ducati motorcycle jacket and holding her customized helmet? Well, you don’t have to imagine such an image because it has been painted by Jisbar, the prominent pop-street artist otherwise known as Jean-Baptiste Launay, a Frenchman whose art, entitled Ducati Mona Lisa, will be offered at auction July 16 […]
From coast to coast and border to border, nearly 50 special events are planned to celebrate Collector Car Appreciation Day, according to the calendar complied by the SEMA Action Network. The official and Congressionally recognized day of celebration for the collector car hobby is July 10, but the events start as early as July 9 […]
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