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1966 Plymouth Other Street HEMI

Sale price: $67,900.00 make an offer

Car location: Macedonia, Ohio, United States
Sale type: Fixed price listing

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Manufacturer: Plymouth
Model: Other
Year: 1966
Type: 2-Door
Color: Blue
Mileage: 30165
Engine: 426 cubic inch HEMI V8
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Trim: Street HEMI
Interior Color: Blue
Vehicle Title: Clear
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1966 Plymouth Belvedere Street HEMI 30165 Miles Blue 2-Door 426 cubic inch HEMI

Stock #:

117074

Exterior Color:

Blue

Interior Color:

Blue and gray

Body Type:

2-Door

Transmission:

Automatic

Drivetrain:

Rear wheel drive

Fuel Type:

Gasoline

Engine:

426 cubic inch HEMI V8

Mileage:

30,165

Title Condition:

Clear

Real H-code Street HEMI. One of 57 automatics built. 30,165 original miles. Never raced or used in winter weather, very solid throughout. Beautiful paint, updated bucket seat interior. Runs and drives beautifully!

Those hardcore guys buying the Belvedere 2-door sedan were few, as only 156 were built and only 57 of those were backed by a TorqueFlite transmission—a pretty rare piece. This EE1 Dark Blue Belvedere shows only 30,165 miles, a figure we believe is authentic. It spent almost the entirety of its life in the Pacific northwest so it's untouched by the ravages of a rust belt winter and aside from some updated seat covers and the custom paint job on the sides of the car, it's almost entirely original. It spent the first part of its life as a fair-weather toy and show car; despite being built for combat, it doesn't appear to have ever really turned a wheel in anger. The bodywork is laser-straight and in excellent condition, and while the Belvedere sedan bodywork won't win many beauty contests, it's purposeful and the paint job enhances what's already there—check out the way the custom stripes wrap around the rear window. The chrome trim is in excellent original condition with no evidence of previous accident damage or trauma.

The interior isn't 100% stock, wearing a set of custom seat covers that were probably installed when the paint was done in the ‘80s and some slightly plusher carpets. The rest, however, appears original, including the tooled door panels, dash pad, and headliner. Factory gauges include all the vitals, and are joined by a trio of vintage Stewart-Warner instruments that include an oil temperature gauge and which were probably installed when the car was almost new. Buckets and a console were added at some point, and the only options appear to be the HEMI V8 and a Music Master AM radio in the dash. The trunk is massive and includes a newer trunk mat and you can see that the tire well underneath is in excellent condition.

Chrysler wasn't doing matching-numbers in the traditional sense in 1966, but all the clues suggest that this is the car's original engine and don't worry, it is a real H-code car. It has been detailed and upgraded with a deeper oil pan and an upgraded Mallory ignition system, but otherwise remains stock. A pair of Carter AFB carburetors feeds it from a correct air cleaner assembly and the crinkle-coated valve covers give this big engine its nickname, “The Elephant.” It lives up to its name Street HEMI by being easy to start with a decent idle and good manners when you're just out driving rather than looking for a fight. It stays cool and if you keep your foot off the floor it doesn't act like the era's nastiest powerplant. Of course, there's always torque on tap and just a gentle squeeze of the accelerator launches it forward without any apparent effort.

The undercarriage is original and in fantastic condition with no evidence that this car has seen winter weather. The TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission is virtually indestructible and has great street manners behind the big HEMI. Out back, the 8.75-inch rear end has been recently serviced with bearings and seals, and with 3.54 gears inside, the Street HEMI lives up to its name of being usable in the real world. It's punchy but cruises at 70 MPH on the highway. Manual steering and manual drum brakes were part of the deal when you were buying a car built for combat. Long-tube headers dump into a newer stock-style exhaust system, so it has a nice rumble that never gets annoying and since it's a full-sized B-body, ride quality is excellent. It surely came with plain steel wheels when it was new, but it's currently wearing a set of perfectly vintage Cragar mags with 235/60/15 white-letter radials.

This isn't a show car or a points car, but the world is full of perfect cars. This is a HEMI you can drive and enjoy as intended without worries, a car that's beautifully sorted and properly tuned, and which drives right. You don't have to be afraid of cracking the throttle, just so long as it's aimed where you want it to go. Call today!

Harwood Motors always recommends and welcomes personal or professional inspections on any vehicle in our inventory prior to purchase.

Vehicle Description

Real H-code Street HEMI. One of 57 automatics built. 30,165 original miles. Never raced or used in winter weather, very solid throughout. Beautiful paint, updated bucket seat interior. Runs and drives beautifully!

Those hardcore guys buying the Belvedere 2-door sedan were few, as only 156 were built and only 57 of those were backed by a TorqueFlite transmission—a pretty rare piece. This EE1 Dark Blue Belvedere shows only 30,165 miles, a figure we believe is authentic. It spent almost the entirety of its life in the Pacific northwest so it's untouched by the ravages of a rust belt winter and aside from some updated seat covers and the custom paint job on the sides of the car, it's almost entirely original. It spent the first part of its life as a fair-weather toy and show car; despite being built for combat, it doesn't appear to have ever really turned a wheel in anger. The bodywork is laser-straight and in excellent condition, and while the Belvedere sedan bodywork won't win many beauty contests, it's purposeful and the paint job enhances what's already there—check out the way the custom stripes wrap around the rear window. The chrome trim is in excellent original condition with no evidence of previous accident damage or trauma.

The interior isn't 100% stock, wearing a set of custom seat covers that were probably installed when the paint was done in the ‘80s and some slightly plusher carpets. The rest, however, appears original, including the tooled door panels, dash pad, and headliner. Factory gauges include all the vitals, and are joined by a trio of vintage Stewart-Warner instruments that include an oil temperature gauge and which were probably installed when the car was almost new. Buckets and a console were added at some point, and the only options appear to be the HEMI V8 and a Music Master AM radio in the dash. The trunk is massive and includes a newer trunk mat and you can see that the tire well underneath is in excellent condition.

Chrysler wasn't doing matching-numbers in the traditional sense in 1966, but all the clues suggest that this is the car's original engine and don't worry, it is a real H-code car. It has been detailed and upgraded with a deeper oil pan and an upgraded Mallory ignition system, but otherwise remains stock. A pair of Carter AFB carburetors feeds it from a correct air cleaner assembly and the crinkle-coated valve covers give this big engine its nickname, “The Elephant.” It lives up to its name Street HEMI by being easy to start with a decent idle and good manners when you're just out driving rather than looking for a fight. It stays cool and if you keep your foot off the floor it doesn't act like the era's nastiest powerplant. Of course, there's always torque on tap and just a gentle squeeze of the accelerator launches it forward without any apparent effort.

The undercarriage is original and in fantastic condition with no evidence that this car has seen winter weather. The TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission is virtually indestructible and has great street manners behind the big HEMI. Out back, the 8.75-inch rear end has been recently serviced with bearings and seals, and with 3.54 gears inside, the Street HEMI lives up to its name of being usable in the real world. It's punchy but cruises at 70 MPH on the highway. Manual steering and manual drum brakes were part of the deal when you were buying a car built for combat. Long-tube headers dump into a newer stock-style exhaust system, so it has a nice rumble that never gets annoying and since it's a full-sized B-body, ride quality is excellent. It surely came with plain steel wheels when it was new, but it's currently wearing a set of perfectly vintage Cragar mags with 235/60/15 white-letter radials.

This isn't a show car or a points car, but the world is full of perfect cars. This is a HEMI you can drive and enjoy as intended without worries, a car that's beautifully sorted and properly tuned, and which drives right. You don't have to be afraid of cracking the throttle, just so long as it's aimed where you want it to go. Call today!

Harwood Motors always recommends and welcomes personal or professional inspections on any vehicle in our inventory prior to purchase.

Vehicle Warranty

WARRANTY

ALL VEHICLES ARE SOLD "AS-IS, WHERE-IS", and Harwood does not in any way, expressed or implied, give any warranties to Buyer. Harwood expressly disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability or of fitness for a particular purpose. No statements in Harwood's advertising whether in print or online shall be deemed to create a representation of a warranty.

About Harwood Motors

ABOUT HARWOOD MOTORS

Harwood Motorsoffers enthusiasts an effortless way to buy and sell collector vehicles. Matt and Melanie have years of experience buying, selling, and collecting vintage automobiles. We are a family business with close ties to the hobby itself and we like to think of ourselves as matchmakers rather than a mere car dealership. There's a right car for you out there, and we can help you find it, even if you don't particularly know where to start. What Harwood Motors does isn't new, but the way we do it will make you a client for life, whether you're a buyer or a seller. Call us any time to talk cars, trucks, or even just about the hobby in general; you'll be surprised to find you already have a friend.

If you have a special car that you would like to market, Harwood Motors can put it in front of real buyers. We have an extensive network of clients who are always looking for their next special vehicle.  Please contact us for more information on any of our programs.

Feel free to contact us at any time using WeLoveGreatCars@HarwoodMotors.com or by phone at 440-565-5335.

ABOUT HARWOOD MOTORS

Harwood Motorsoffers enthusiasts an effortless way to buy and sell collector vehicles. Matt and Melanie have years of experience buying, selling, and collecting vintage automobiles. We are a family business with close ties to the hobby itself and we like to think of ourselves as matchmakers rather than a mere car dealership. There's a right car for you out there, and we can help you find it, even if you don't particularly know where to start. What Harwood Motors does isn't new, but the way we do it will make you a client for life, whether you're a buyer or a seller. Call us any time to talk cars, trucks, or even just about the hobby in general; you'll be surprised to find you already have a friend.

If you have a special car that you would like to market, Harwood Motors can put it in front of real buyers. We have an extensive network of clients who are always looking for their next special vehicle.  Please contact us for more information on any of our programs.

Feel free to contact us at any time using WeLoveGreatCars@HarwoodMotors.com or by phone at 440-565-5335.

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- Cashier's Check/money order
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While we do our best to present all vehicles as honestly and accurately as possible, Harwood Motors Ltd. cannot guarantee the veracity of the information contained herein. This site and all advertising information may be updated without notice whenever new information is obtained and may contain mistakes and inaccuracies. Information is provided to the best of our knowledge and that of the owners of the vehicles, and we make no warranty or representation regarding the accuracy, truth, suitability, or reliability of such information. We cannot be responsible for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies contained in information provided by third parties. Harwood Motors Ltd. is not an expert in the construction, metallurgy, engineering, finishes, materials, and componentry of every single vehicle ever made. Harwood Motors Ltd. strives to perform extensive visual inspections on all vehicles we represent but we do not disassemble vehicles or components for inspection purposes and therefore it is always possible that there is hidden damage that is not readily apparent. We cannot guarantee the fitness of any components beyond a visual inspection and normal operation of the vehicle. We do not perform internal examinations, so we cannot guarantee the condition of unseen internal components such as crankshafts, bearings, gears, and other mechanical equipment. This also applies to electronics such as radios, clocks, gauges, light fixtures, switches, or other electrical devices. Buyer should personally inspect the vehicle and satisfy himself as to its mechanical and cosmetic fitness. We always welcome inspections by Buyers and/or third parties who wish to undertake such examinations at their own expense. Harwood makes no warranty or representation regarding mileage unless otherwise stated. Listed prices do not include additional fees, state, federal, or local taxes, or shipping and delivery costs. Harwood Motors Ltd collects a $150.00 documentation fee on every vehicle purchase. Buyer is entirely responsible for satisfying himself that the car is as-represented prior to purchase and there are no warranties, expressed or implied, involved in the sale of any motor vehicle represented by Harwood Motors Ltd.

PAYMENT AND SHIPPING

A non-refundable PayPal deposit is required within 24 hours of the auction's end, or immediately for those buyers using the "Buy It Now" feature. Please see vehicle listing for the required amount. For final payment, we accept certified bank checks, and bank to bank wire transfer of funds. We will also accept your credit union or bank auto financing check from any reputable institution. Please contact us for financing options. Note that no vehicle ships without payment in full clearing our bank.

The Buyer is responsible for pickup and/or shipping of the vehicle. If you wish to have it shipped we will gladly assist you in making arrangements and work with several large shipping companies to deliver cars all over the world. Please contact us for details.

Fees and Taxes

FEES AND TAXES

The buyer is responsible for all local state, county, and city tax fees, as well as title and registration fees and any other costs that may apply, and Harwood Motors charges a $150 document preparation fee on each transaction.

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