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Selling my 1960 Plymouth Belvedere
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longram60
Posted 2019-01-13 9:42 PM (#576750)
Subject: Selling my 1960 Plymouth Belvedere



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I am going a different direction in my racing endeavors (NHRA Stock class racing), and regrettably must put my 1960 Belvedere up for sale. Just don't have the facilities or storage space for two hobby cars. I am asking $15,200. Below are some details and pictures:

This car has been used the past several years for drag racing in the popular Nostalgia Super Stock series. It is legal in NMCA and Victory organizations. It runs the 12.00 second index (has run 11.75) and is very consistant and reliable. It gathers much attention with fans and racers. It is street legal (must change to DOT legal tires) with alternator, mild cam, converter and gearing.
Some details on the components:
-470 CID low deck big block engine (400 block with stroker crank), Aluminum main caps. limited street miles.
-Mopar Performance Aluminum '452' heads
-Milodon deep oil pan with external feed oil pump
-Factory (not original) 'Short' Long Ram induction with dual Carter Competition 500 CFM carbs. Has fresh air induction (cowl intake) or stock reproduction air cleaner housings.
-Hughes Engines hydraulic roller cam, 228° @50, .510 lift intake. 236° @50, .533 lift exhaust, 108° LSA
-Electric cooling fan with BeCool aluminum radiator (always runs cool)
-Sanderson ceramic coated block hugger headers, 1-7/8" primaries.
-FBO electronic ignition with reworked centrifugal advance. Includes adjustable rev limiter
-Toyota 60 amp alternator (can switch off during run)
-Switchable electric crankcase vacuum pump system
-A727 push button transmission, 1965 with slip yoke output
-Reverse pattern manual valve body (button labels match gear)
-ATI 10" Treemaster converter, 3200 flash stall
-Aluminum driveshaft (Victory) with safety loop
-8 3/4 E body rear (489 casting), Detroit Locker, 3.55 gearing. ESPO heavy duty leaf springs
-Caltracs traction bars with Calvert adjustable rear shocks, generic 90/10 front shocks
-4 wheel disc brakes (AAJ w/Wilwood calipers front, Strange rear), adj. porportioning valve. Line loc on front brakes.
-16 Gallon fuel cell, electric fuel pump (Mallory) with priming switch.
-Stock interior with front bench seat replaced with lightwieght buckets (A990 style)
-Older lacquer re-paint (stock colors), very presentable for a driver or racing.
-Clear Tennessee title
-Car is located in Crystal River, Florida















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jboymechanic
Posted 2019-01-15 10:58 PM (#576848 - in reply to #576750)
Subject: Re: Selling my 1960 Plymouth Belvedere



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Good luck with the sale, here is a link to BAT featuring your car:

https://bringatrailer.com/2019/01/10/470ci-long-ram-four-door-1960-p...
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60 Imp
Posted 2019-01-17 7:53 AM (#576918 - in reply to #576750)
Subject: RE: Selling my 1960 Plymouth Belvedere


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At the current exchange rate this car is around $21200 Aussie Peso's. If it was not on the other side of the planet I would be ringing you Al!
Nice car, the new owner will be smiling climbing behind that steering wheel. Good luck with the sale.
Steve.
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ttotired
Posted 2019-01-17 5:42 PM (#576943 - in reply to #576750)
Subject: Re: Selling my 1960 Plymouth Belvedere



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Using my favourite site for checking import costs, this would be much cheaper than fixing mine

http://usatoaus.com/Information.aspx?id=111095&keyword=&description...

But no where near enough "peso's" to play that game

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Sonoramic60
Posted 2019-01-17 9:20 PM (#576962 - in reply to #576943)
Subject: Re: Selling my 1960 Plymouth Belvedere


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Al --
I hate to see you leaving the '60 Plymmer fold, especially after all the work you've done on the homepage. Good luck on your new endeavor..
Joe Godec
'57 Chrysler 300C, '60 Fury SonoRamic, '65 Vette Fuelie, '65 Sport Fury 426-S/4-speed
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