|Dan writes: In June 2003
I purchased my 1963 Plymouth Belvedere,
an original California car, from a friend.
The Plymouth was completely stock: everything was there but needed work.
The Belvedere had a 318 Poly engine with a 727 push button automatic transmission,
and power steering.
|The Mopar's body was in good shape, but it had some rust in the front cowling.
I repaired the rust and prepped the body for painting, then had a local paint shop
put a two stage paint job, and color sand and polish the new paint.
|The seats and headliner were redone by a local shop.
The carpet came from Trim Parts and the door panels
from Legendary Interiors.
|Four 15x7 TorqueThrust II with P21565R15 tires were installed.|
|I enjoy driving the Plymouth. The car gets a lot of compliments.|