This 1967 Plymouth Belvedere has an awesome survivor-style vibe, right down to the two-tone interior and V8 power. So if you're a lover of originality, then this Mopar should be on your radar.
Your first thought probably was about how you don't see too many of these anymore. After all, Mopars were always the lowest production numbers of The Big Three. Now subtract all the ones that were used up as family haulers and salesman callers, and you can see that any complete Belvedere is an .....
uncommon sight today. The light blue pant has all the right look of originality. The finish is not perfect after enduring more than half a century, but since it's only original once, it's nice to have a choice to keep it survivor style or use the affordable price to leave room in the budget for an upgrade. It's quite a complete presentation with the big chrome bumpers, Plymouth hood ornament, factory wheel covers, and the full trim has even been removed and comes with the sale.
The survivor-style presentation continues inside. That's quite nice to have, because Mopar had some of the most stylish interiors of the era. You instantly understand that when you spot the two-tone upholstery with insignia trim on the seatbacks. The door panels match nicely with the light and dark blue. Plus, with the color coordination on the dash pad, headliner, carpeting, and even the steering wheel, it really showcases the thoughtfulness that was factory-installed on these Plymouths. For survivor fans, there's just the right amount of pitting and wear so that this looks good, but everyone still instantly recognizes its originality. Even the AM radio is working. Plus, this was a rare factory air conditioning car, and all the major components are still in place.
This sedan was born a 318 cubic-inch V8 car, and that same powerhouse is believed to still be under the hood today. In fact, it has the right honest and correct presentation to go with the rest of this car's untouched appearance. But even as a survivor, the way it fires up and runs tells you it has been treated correctly over the years. You'll even spot newer components, like the air shocks and stainless dual exhaust. Plus, this has nice driving features like power steering power brakes, and a stout/smooth A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission.
The sale comes complete with the original broadcast sheet, maintenance receipts, and a car cover. This is an affordable V8 survivor that makes you think about everything from vintage cruising to true sleeper-style upgrades. Call today!!!