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Pick of the Day: 1965 Plymouth Belvedere II

The Pick of the Day is a classic piece of big-block Mopar muscle, a 1965 Plymouth Belvedere II hardtop that looks like it just rolled off a ’60s drag strip. Powered by a 440cid V8 with performance tweaks, and its body and interior in stock trim, this Plymouth looks ready to blow the doors off all comers.

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8 thoughts on “Pick of the Day: 1965 Plymouth Belvedere II”


  1. I like this year in the two door hardtop model with a 4 speed. Sweet

  2. Had a 65 belvedere years ago 383 4 speed wish I had it back it was just like this car red

  3. My first car when I was 17 years old was a 1966 Plymouth Belvedere II, it had a 273 V8, the best car I ever had!

  4. Wow..just frikn wow. So smart. So clean. So understated. Just enough bright work to keep it classy too. Beautiful.


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Barn Find Backhoe extracts 1967 Cutlass 442? 35 years resting ...

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This great car must be restored.

Beautiful cars!

Awesome car

I would like to see the car after it's been restored

In its DAY WOW !!

Looks like the 330 ci motor as well and not the 400.

VIN and Title check in order Something smells fishy

Supreme with factory Spanish red paint.

I would already be pressure washing it

I just don’t understand people like this. WHY DIDNT THEY COVER IT UP!!!! Good grief!!!

Sweet

They got it running and driving

Dirty sweet !

Is it for sale

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1952 olds super 88 convertible awesome car ...

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They were the first muscle cars started in 1949 for olds they were fast.

Nice car.pretty

Nice ride

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Real barn find that needs to be sent to a scrap pile.only thing may be reusable was possible some of the dash but that was very questionable.

Hey the glovebox door looks to be in usable condition.

What condition is the front bumper in

It ain't worth shit

Reminds me of 48 hours

Trash

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4 days ago

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53 Olds 88 ready to drive now. We take a ride. ...

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My granddad had a 53 four door. Ordered it in Seattle and picked it up after it came off the factory line. He told me that driving through Wyoming he looked down at the speedometer and it was pegged. Freaked grandma out. An old friend had two 53's. One had the three speed. Oldsmobile had to install the manual transmission because the Hydra-matic plant burned down

A beauty

Had a 54 holiday coupe. Beautiful car. Ran like crud.

I love it, love it. We had one from about that time, it was a convertible but I'm not sure of the year...

My dad loved the 98 Old's. And he had many of them over his years of driving. GM cars of the 50's are my favorite cars of that decade.

Jim Brock had a 53 Olds back in the late 50's. Great memories -Thanks, Don.

My dad loved the Olds. That was his favorite car to drive.

Robbie is ready to take a ride in his favorite car. Beautiful.

Awesome car, my father had a 4 door, it was a beautiful car

Awesome olds

That’s my granddads year and make but his was camel and cream

Would love to take a ride 😊

Had a 54. Great car.

sweet car!

He said that this is his favorite car. He’s ready to take a ride.

Restoration on this car is over 25 years old

Beautiful old car

I love chrome real chrome like this car has not the plastic chrome the new cars had these days

Our family car when growing up. Learned to drive on it.

I have a 38 sedan for sale

sweet ride

Awesome 👍

Had one, stick shift. Very fast for year.

Beautiful car!

Nice, had a 53 98 with air.

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