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'65 Plymouth Belvedere by finhead4ever '65 Plymouth Belvedere by finhead4ever
Everywhere I go, Plymouths appear! This super-clean 1965 Belvedere showed up at the store, just in time to have it's picture taken.
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jmarie1210 Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
I love this car!  My friend, Jeff, just bought a 1965 Belvedere powered by a 426 Hemi to race nostalgia stock.  We went over to his place to see it the other night and he started it up.  It was on the trailer and every time he revved the engine, the whole car and trailer would contort to the left, as if it were going to take off to the moon.  I swear he's going to kill himself in that thing.  It's super powerful compared with the 70 Duster with the 360 in it that he raced this past summer, :lol:  The Belvedere runs 10 flat in the quarter.  I CAN'T WAIT TILL SPRING!!!
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finhead4ever Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2014
awesome!  I just saw your post....  what a car  :-)
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rpost61 Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2013
I've had a terrible time getting any Mopar shots... got figure. Great shot.
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finhead4ever Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2013
thanks - a grab shot in a parking lot with my point n' shoot!
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rpost61 Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2013
Cool :)
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Tychoaussie Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Ah... remember 1985, when all this classic car fever was really starting to take off? That was the summer when I had some cash and was just twenty.

First, a guy I knew wanted a brand new Dodge Shelby GLHS, so he offered me his restored 1970 E-code Hemi barracuda for $12K, but the bank wouldn't loan me the money for a "15 year old used car".  THAT car sure sold fast... again and again, for twice the price each time until it vanished from sight.

Second, up came an original '65 Belvedere with 426 Hemi - for a total of $4500. It was clean, rust-free and fast. Unfortunately I had it in my mind that I wanted a new Firebird Trans Am with TPI and a 5-speed manual... and saved my money. I eventually saw it for sale on a used car lot, but I dont think it lasted long...

I wonder whatever happened to those two cars?
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finhead4ever Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2013
A Hemi 'Cuda for 12k !!! Great story!
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SoldierToger Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2012  Hobbyist
Beautiful!
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vash68 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2011  Student General Artist
Awesome! My neighbor had one of these made into a drag car, and even though it wasnt street legal hed still drive it around the neighborhood! lol It was friggin loud too, you could hear him comin a mile away! No clue where the car is now..it had a 90s styled a checkered paint job on it..im sure whoever has it now already repainted it! lol
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finhead4ever Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2011
This is a cool ride.... the epitome of a muscle car, in my book. What state/city were you in, when you heard it coming?
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