1964 Plymouth Belvedere HEMI--Dennis Gage presents
from "My Classic Car" and Speed Channel
MISERABLE BASTARD! 8SEC '64 HEMI DODGE 330! NOSTALGIA SUPER STOCK! BYRON DRAGWAY!
Met this cat last year at RT66 Joliet,Ill. and was taken back by his "Color Me Gone" '64 Hemi Dodge 330 recreation nostalgia super stocker click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZMNgKjedCc So when I recognized him with this '64 Hemi 330 I was taken back that he owned not one, but two of these hemi cars and this one is quite special! Scott Burrel of Cedarlake, Ind and owner of a tow truck company had came upon this '64 Hemi 330 some 36 years ago when he was sent to tow it. According to Scott, it is an original Max Wedge Hemi '64 330 4sp steel nosed car sold new at Mr. Norm's Grand Spaulding Dodge in Chicago in '64. Watch as Scott bangs the gears wheelstanding this nostalgia super stock with his last pass breaking into the 8's at Byron Dragway's 21st Annual World Power Wheelstand Weekend 10-3-15
1965 Plymouth Belvedere A990 Lightweight // Mecum Kissimmee 2017
Website: https://www.Mecum.com Learn About the Car: https://www.mecum.com/lots/FL0117-269785/1965-plymouth-belvedere-a990-light weight/ Register to Bid: https://register.mecum.com/standard/?division=car&auctionID=FL0117 The Lifelong Collection of Don Fezell HIGHLIGHTS -1967 Super Stock World Champion for Miller and Guenther -Only 4-speed car to win a World Championship -A990 factory built race car -1 of 100 Hemi lightweights -1 of 13 4-speed A990 manual transmissions cars built in 1965 It was a two-year-old car with a tired engine driven by a bricklayer from New York. It was the biggest prize NHRA had ever offered in any category. But on an overcast day in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in late 1967, Ed Miller shifted this Hemi Plymouth to a $10,000 payday thanks to George Hurst, taking home the first-ever Super Stock Eliminator World Championship in NHRA history. Miller and racing partner Kip Guenther defeated Dick Arons’ Camaro in the final for the biggest moment in the history of this amazing car, but that is just part of its legacy. This car began life as a factory-built 4-speed, one of only 13 Super Stock Hemi Plymouths built to those specifications that model year. The original buyer was none other than ‘Akron Arlen’ Vanke, and Miller purchased the car from Arlen late in the 1965 season. During the two following seasons, Miller both received some factory help by keeping the manually handled car in Super Stock (SS/A), and set records en route to winning the Division 1 title over Bill Jenkins to guarantee a spot in the Tulsa field. Under the hood of this car is a fresh factory-correct A990 Hemi engine, backed by an A833 stirred by Miller’s Hurst shifter and a Dana 60 4.56:1 rear end. Complete with its winning-day Bronze racing paint, the car features period Cragar wheels, rare Stahl front tires and competition rear tires. As for provenance, this car has a complete ownership history as well as the actual 1967 World Finals hang tag from its spectacular achievement. Added to the Fezell collection in 1997, the car has been brought back to its present condition with care and includes vintage and current literature, Vanke’s first vehicle title, photos and a 1:18 die-cast model of this very car. No other 1965 A990 package, 4-speed or otherwise, can match the historical importance of the Miller & Guenther Hemi Plymouth. The first-ever NHRA Super Stock World Champion is offered for sale here for the first time since its completion. #WhereTheCarsAre
Bob Coomer's 1965 Plymouth Belvedere Race Hemi
Large CID Hemi in my 1965 Plymouth Belvedere. This is a tribute to the A990 factory package cars that set the standard for Super Stock Racing and the epitome of muscle cars. This engine feature 572 cid of Muscle, cnc ported heads, and a cross ram intake.