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Re-energized with an ultra-sharp white exterior, this vintage Mopar scorcher has a thoroughly authentic mid-’60s appearance. Its paint remains in fine form, with a strong shine and smooth texture – this classic’s curb appeal is magnetic enough in its present form and a comprehensive detailing will elevate it even further. There’s relatively little trim on board here, which really allows the impact of the paint to take center stage, and the chrome that is in place is in top form – in particular the bumpers both fore and aft and the front grille appear very fresh and were likely replaced in the not so distant past.
The mere mention of a Hemi engine is an unmistakable callback to the MoPar glory days, but the one eagerly standing by underneath that scooped hood carries an expansive 472 cubic inches and takes brute strength to an entirely higher level, churning out a full 630 horsepower – that’s not a misprint. It’s fed by a pair of Holley 4-barrel carbs that are perched on the original intake manifold and teams with a 4-speed manual transmission to put control of all that otherworldly power in the hands of the driver. Running through the gears via the Hurst shifter inside the cabin is a real pleasure – this vintage Plymouth’s clutch engagement is excellent and the transmission shifts smoothly, pairing with smooth power steering that makes navigation a breeze as this rocket on wheels blisters the asphalt on a set of 15″ Torq Thrust style wheels that are wrapped with BF Goodrich T/A radials.
The aggressive hood scoop clears space for the sizable engine lurking just below and the orange tint to the rear window adds a great ’60s era aesthetic touch. Stance-wise, this Plymouth strikes a nice balance – it seems to be just a touch lower than stock but hasn’t been altered so drastically as to adversely affect wheel clearance. The exterior alignment also looks good – Belvederes from this era feature several body contours that run nearly their entire length and the representatives here line up impressively well.