Our Nashville showroom digitally showcases this sweet 1966 Plymouth
Belvedere. This 1966 Belvedere came in many versions from the
reliable 225 cubic inch slant 6 to the legendary 426 Hemi! From
3-speed automatics to 4-speed manuals! Fortunately this 1966
Belvedere is equipped with a 383 cubic inch 4-speed manual. With a
383 cubic inch Chrysler engine in front laying down power and the
A-833 grabbing gears, this Belvedere is a beast! The car started
life green but has since been changed to a more desirable blue with
black accents. Two scoops displayed prominently on the hood is an
iconic MOPAR look. The paint wasn't the only color change, the
interior has been changed to match. Bench seats are the epitome of
comfort and this car has all the comfort you'd expect to find from
a car built in the mid 60's. This is one long, lean , mean machine
without all the nonsense you'll find in a late model. No traction
control, no launch control, no stability control just pure
unadulterated power! Tired of cars with different modes? Eco
...cruising ...track ...this car only has one mode,,, power!!!.
Jump in turn the key slam it in first and be gone before the smoke
clears. OPTIONS INCLUDE: A/C AM/FM radio, CD player, Performance
Radials, For more information call the Nashville showroom at
615-213-1800 or email us at Nashvil[email protected] Sale
held pursuant to permit No. 19289 of department of licenses granted
the 14th day of August 2015.
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