One the the original NINE Hemi 4-Spd Plymouth A-990 Belvederes!
There are MAYBE only two or three left IN THE WORLD! We're looking
for a very affluent and discerning Mopar collector, this car MUST
go to a good home. Super Stock, VIN RO51193546, was scheduled for
assembly at the Lynch Road plant on Friday, December 22, 1964. It
was later transported to Ferris Motors in Savannah, Illinois.
(Note: This dealership ceased operation on June 30, 1965.) It had
nothing inside except van seats and a steering wheel, manual
brakes, no radio, heater, or seatbelts for that matter. In a time
when the Mother Mopar had its favorites on the dole, this Super
Stocker was campaigned by privateer owner/driver Larry Griffith as
the Hurst Tornado IV. Not many unaffiliated racers could afford the
luxury of extra equipment, so Griffith?s car originally ran steel
wheels all around instead of lightweight magnesium. Complete
history and documentation of vehicle is included. BODY: Factory
ACID DIPPED front fenders, hood, scoop and doors. Corning
lightweight window glass. Original Superstock weight - 3,210 lbs.
(approx.) ENGINE: 426 C.I. Hemi built by Ray Barton Racing Engines.
NO 'RACE' MILES ON THIS ENGINE. 1965 standard bore block (all the
finest parts available). 1965 NOS factory correct ALUMINUM 'K'
Heads 1965 NOS Magnesium Cross-Ram intake manifold with correct
R3116A Holley 770 cfm carbs. Bullet Solid camshaft with NASCAR
lifters. T&D valve train. Correct 1965 S&S Headers -
ceramic coated, Flowmaster mufflers, stainless steel exhaust -
ceramic coated. Transmission: Factory correct aluminum cased
4-speed transmission. Centerforce Clutch (for drive-ability). Hurst
shifter and knob (original as delivered). Rear End: 8-3/4 Mopar
4:56 Sure Grip Posi rear, Moser 31-Spline axles. Factory SuperStock
leaf springs. Interior: Interior is the factory SuperStock - in as
delivered condition. 4-Point roll cage (removable). Wheels and
tires: Front - 5 spoke American Magnesium Wheels / 7.10-15 BFG
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