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1966 Plymouth Belvedere Super Stock Tribute Dana 440 Wedge on 2040-cars

US $15,330.00
Year:1966 Mileage:540 Color: Red /

Berkshire, New York, United States

Berkshire, New York, United States

1966 Plymouth Belvedere I Super Stock ‘tribute’ powered by a professionally built 440 c.i. wedge motor dyno’d
at 445 h.p. @ 5400 rpm & 500 ft/lb of torque @ 4300 rpm (@ flywheel) dyno sheets included. This 5-year total
restoration was completed in 2019 and has been driven only 1540 miles.
Always garage kept, well maintained, and no apparent leaks. The Belvedere was originally a manual transmission
car, so the clutch pedal remains in place, but there is no linkage.

Here are some of the highlights. Blueprinted 727 Torque Flight 3-speed automatic transmission w/manual valve body,
Dana 60 differential, 2-stage urethane medium red paint, solid body showing no rust, custom interior, and polished
Draglite wheels.


Engine & Transmission:

440 c.i. block balanced and blueprinted

10.5:1 Forged Pistons (runs on premium pump gas)

Racer Brown Hydraulic cam; duration @ .050” I/E 238 degrees, valve lift I/E .517

Edelbrock Performer RPM intake and aluminum heads

1.6 ratio roller rockers

MSD 6AL box

MSD Billet distributor

High Performance manual fuel pump with regulator

Moroso 8 qt. oil pan

Melling high volume oil pump

Quick fuel 850 cfm carburetor

New gas tank and fuel lines

Edelbrock air cleaner

Headman Headers (coated)

3” exhaust w/Flow Master mufflers

727 Torque Flight

B&M ‘Hole Shot’ 3000 stall converter

Deep transmission pan

Transmission cooler

B&M Pro shift rachet shifter

Body & Paint:

1966-67 Super Stock Plymouth fiberglass hood scoop (functional)

New floors and complete lower rear quarter panels welded in place

Insulation throughout

JBB Medium Red paint w/urethane clear

Re-chromed bumpers

New hood and trunk letters

Glass in excellent condition

Small pitting around vent windows

NOS grille


New custom upholstery for seats and door panels

New headliner

Radio delete plate

Refinished dash with functioning stock gauges including speedometer, odometer, temperature, and gas

Autometer Sport Comp Monster Tach

Summit oil pressure, voltage meter, and water temperature gauges

Factory style seat belts front/back

New carpeting

New wiring

Rebuilt heater assembly (no defroster)

Chassis & Differential:

Welded in square tubing frame connectors

New front-end parts w/polyurethane bushings

Dual Master cylinder with ECI drum brakes

Dana 60 differential w/ 4.10:1 posi gears

Mopar performance shocks w/rear having extensions

Mopar performance ‘super stock’ springs

Relocated (inside frame rails) rear springs for wider tires

15” Draglite wheels with Ironman radial tires: front 205/75R; rear 235/75R

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