1962 Plymouth Belvedere.

October 8, 2016

7 comments

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a beautyful american icon.A strong heart,deep pockets and this princess is back on the ball like new.Really love this rides.

Robert F. Crocker said...

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Anonymous said...

^word.

diogo said...

anyone know if its for sale

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Richard said...

That's something that's kind of rare I have hardly seen 62' Plymouth Belvedere two doors.
Even in photographs of old cars I usually see 63 or 64 models . I think I read somewhere the 1962–64 Chrysler's are the forgotten Chrysler's they were downsized compared to the previous models 1961 & before. Although in hindsight these are good looking cars but at the time I guess not too many people were interested in them . Anyway if anybody's interested NYPD in 1962 used the Dodge Dart which is basically this above car's sibling. In 1963 and 64 Belvederes were used as their patrol car, & from what I know 6 cylinders were used. It was before my time but I seen photographs of them .