1967 Plymouth Belvedere/Satellite DGC0066. VIN RH23F77100066 this
is a tribute car to Richard Petty's Number 43 race car. I have
pictures of Richard signing the dash, sitting in the car and
walking around it. I don't think there's any rust in it. You think
it's a real race car looking at it. It has the roll-bar, the racing
dash and of course all the decals. It's fun to drive and gets a lot
of waves. Another thing that's fun is that it has electric cut outs
so when you're driving you can just hit the button and open up the
exhaust. It sounds like a race car, but really isn't. It has a 318
V-8 engine that runs well. It has an automatic transmission...it
just looks like it's gonna go fast. Power steering. It even has
driver side window netting that you can Velcro in when you're
showing the car. It's all serviced and safety checked and ready to
go. No I have been driving this car and having a good time with it.
I've already taken it to two different car shows and then one of
them I got a third place trophy with it I don't consider a trophy
winning car but it sure draws a lot of attention a lot of people
like looking at CNN and they're really surprised when they find out
that Richard Petty signed the car and I have the pictures to back
it up. I have been asked to bring it to our event this fall not
sure if I'll still honor it or not but it sure fun to have them
play with. We have about 120 photos on our webpage dragers.com
check it out.
1967 Plymouth Belvedere
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