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1956 Plymouth Belvedere
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Wagonfan
Posted 2019-05-28 3:08 PM (#582621)
Subject: 1956 Plymouth Belvedere



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ABloch
Posted 2019-05-28 8:26 PM (#582633 - in reply to #582621)
Subject: RE: 1956 Plymouth Belvedere



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For posterity.

1956 Plymouth Belvedere 2dr Club Sedan
Been in the family since purchased new
88,000 original miles
Original interior
6 cyl Engine, 3 speed manual transmission
Has had some minor restoration over the years to include mechanical work and a new paint job. Color scheme is original.
Only about 20,000 produced and very few still left on the road! Make this one yours before they are extinct.
Will sell for $12,950



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1960fury
Posted 2019-05-29 8:07 AM (#582650 - in reply to #582621)
Subject: Re: 1956 Plymouth Belvedere



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Just beautiful
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Viper Guy
Posted 2019-05-29 6:22 PM (#582665 - in reply to #582621)
Subject: Re: 1956 Plymouth Belvedere



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I posted the '55 Belvedere 2 door sedan that sold at the Branson Auction for about $25K including fees. It was not nearly as original as this '56 is but did have a conversion HEMI in it that may have prompted some interest. Personally I'd choose this one and quite frankly am surprised it's still available. If someone is looking for a great looking fun driver that when going down the road at 50 mph or so, no one can tell what engine or transmission is in the car anyway. So why worry about the drivetrain, just get behind the wheel and enjoy. No restoration costs or lost time.
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1960fury
Posted 2019-05-29 7:17 PM (#582673 - in reply to #582621)
Subject: Re: 1956 Plymouth Belvedere



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Looks like straight out of a 50s chrome parking lot/street scene post card. Always loved the 56 Belvederes. Dislike the name, but during the FL years these actually had nicer decoration/trim than the Furys, imo.
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