LRA Auto Sales and Museum is proud to offer this period, 1969
Plymouth Belvedere. This example has been recently repainted in
factory Scorch Red over black interior. Power comes from a 426 Hemi
with Mopar Performance reproduction block. The motor drives the
wheels through a locked out Torqueflite 727 transmission with
reverse valve body and 2800 stall converter, and includes a spare,
unmodified 727. The Belvedere sits on Torque Thrust wheels, but
also includes original style, painted steel wheels with dog dish
hubcaps. Period modifications continue to the rear of the car with
upgraded rear leaf springs. The motor features MSD ignition, dual
650 Edelbrock carbs, TTI headers, 3 exhaust with electric cutouts.
The rear end is a 4.10 Dana with Suregrip. Touches like power
steering, unpowered front disc brakes, and Holley 6AL ignition
control make this muscle car easy to live with and enjoy. Plymouths
Belvedere was just the base model offered in the Belvedere line
that included the Satellite, GTX, and Road Runner. It was a popular
choice for police and taxi roles due to its wide engine choice and
robustness. The Belvedere was present in NASCAR too, taking Richard
Petty to a 1968 Grand National Championship victory. Body style
options were as plentiful, with options for coupe, sedan, and
wagon. The final Belvedere line in 1970 had a whopping total of
eight different engine options. Many Belvederes ended up up-badged
or modified, leaving original examples hard to come by. Call or
email with any questions or to setup an appointment! 215-781-3790 -
1969 Plymouth Belvedere
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