1966 Plymouth Hemi Belvedere II Dark Red Metallic finish


Description


Matching numbers 426 Hemi engine
Original fender tag still affixed
Original owner's letters
Torqueflite automatic transmission
Dark Red Metallic finish
Column-mounted shifter
Pushbutton radio
Date-coded seat belts
Vinyl and cloth split bench seat
Chrome driver's mirror
Painted steel wheels
Dog Dish hubcaps
This Plymouth not only has its original drivetrain and matching-numbers 426 Hemi engine, but it is extensively documented with its original Certi-Card, a broadcast sheet, the IBM card, original owner's letters and even still has its original fender tag affixed. Not many examples can claim this level of provenance. The 425 HP code-A102 Hemi engine features 10.25:1 compression, 2x4 inline carburetors, dual exhaust and race-design durability. It is backed by the A727 TorqueFlite automatic transmission and has a boulevard-friendly 3.23 final gear ratio in the differential. Created in the era just before the muscle-car revolution took hold, this car is painted in QQ1 Dark Red Metallic and features the H1R matched red vinyl-and-cloth split-bench seat. A brawler with room for a family of four if needed, this Hemi Mopar has the column shifter, Plymouth Transaudio pushbutton radio, Belvedere II interior and dash layout, and date-coded seat belts. The outside features a chrome driver's mirror, 426 Hemi fender callouts and a centered 426 hood emblem, and turned-down exhaust pipes. The raw look of power continues even to the QQ1-painted steel wheels, dog-dish hubcaps and Blue Streak tires.
1966 Plymouth Hemi Belvedere II Dark Red Metallic finish
$ 16,300.00
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Matching numbers 426 Hemi engine
Original fender tag still affixed
Original owner's letters
Torqueflite automatic transmission
Dark Red Metallic finish
Column-mounted shifter
Pushbutton radio
Date-coded seat belts
Vinyl and cloth split bench seat
Chrome driver's mirror
Painted steel wheels
Dog Dish hubcaps
This Plymouth not only has its original drivetrain and matching-numbers 426 Hemi engine, but it is extensively documented with its original Certi-Card, a broadcast sheet, the IBM card, original owner's letters and even still has its original fender tag affixed. Not many examples can claim this level of provenance. The 425 HP code-A102 Hemi engine features 10.25:1 compression, 2x4 inline carburetors, dual exhaust and race-design durability. It is backed by the A727 TorqueFlite automatic transmission and has a boulevard-friendly 3.23 final gear ratio in the differential. Created in the era just before the muscle-car revolution took hold, this car is painted in QQ1 Dark Red Metallic and features the H1R matched red vinyl-and-cloth split-bench seat. A brawler with room for a family of four if needed, this Hemi Mopar has the column shifter, Plymouth Transaudio pushbutton radio, Belvedere II interior and dash layout, and date-coded seat belts. The outside features a chrome driver's mirror, 426 Hemi fender callouts and a centered 426 hood emblem, and turned-down exhaust pipes. The raw look of power continues even to the QQ1-painted steel wheels, dog-dish hubcaps and Blue Streak tires.

Additional information

Make: Plymouth
Model: Hemi Belvedere II
Year: 1966
Doors: 2
Mileage: 21376
Transmission: Automatic
Interior Color: Red
Exterior Color: Red
Vehicle Identification Number: RH23H61244123
United States, South Carolina, Charleston
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