The Paint: Beautiful red and white base/coat, clear/coat repaint in it's original color scheme
The Engine: Mopar 383 CID rebuilt with some nice performance upgrades
The Transmission: 727 Torqueflight, 3 speed automatic
The Differential: Original 8 ¾ open with 291:1 gear ratio
The Interior: Very clean custom red and black reupholstered front bench and rear seat with original
door panels and headliner, custom console to house the aftermarket gauges, speakers, and drink holders
Manual drum brakes that work excellently
All instruments work
All lights work
Wipers, and horn work
All glass is nice and side glass rolls up and down easily
Nice sounding dual exhaust
15” polished 5-spoke American Racing wheels with BFG radial T/A's all around
This is a very fine example of a 1966 Plymouth Belvedere II which was the mid-level trim option for
that year. This particular car has maintained it's original integrity in terms of the way it looks and
These mid 60's Plymouth's set up like this one are so comfortable to drive, they have great
performance, and when they're clean and restored to this level, they are a pleasure to own, operate, and
present at a car show. This Belvedere is very reliable as the engine has been upgraded with some nice
components during it's rebuild such as: headers, aluminum intake manifold, rebuilt carburetor,
electronic ignition, and a mild performance cam.
The heavy duty Torque-flight automatic transmission shifts smooth and true, and the Belvedere is
comfortable and rock solid at any speed.
You'll notice all of the trim and bright-work is present on the car, and the weather stripping was
replaced during the paint process.
The car has a nice stance, and a nice wheel and tire package to round out the impressive look of this fun
If you looking for a collector car with beautiful paint, clean interior, a strong running, great sounding
engine with a drive train to accommodate it, not to mention a great overall look that's easy to drive, and
even easier to enjoy everywhere you go...Pay close attention to this '66 Belvedere!