1964 plymouth savoy body, x race car shell, no engine, or tranny, no hood. has a 1967 plymouth belvedere 8 3/4 rear end. has bench seat. has 4 speed pedals. charcoal metallic paint. great body work just needs buffed or sanded down and repainted what ever color you desire. . . has extra chrome and arm rests in trunk, solid trunk floor. comes with bumpers, seats and fender well headers. i have too many projects . this beast has gota go.
1964 Plymouth Savoy Wagon for sale, resto project Flint Grand Blanc Michigan auto appraisal
Local Grand Blanc Flint Michigan car appraiser Jason Phillips inspected
this Colorado survivor, original factory paint on a 70,000 mile 6 cyl. 3
speed St. Louis built Mopar. Last licensed out west in the early 80's, it's
sat in a barn until now. It will need a floor pan, now available as a full
unit for about $900 aftermarket. The body is collision free. The cowl is
good, a frequent issue on Belvederes. We have over 100 still photos to
attest to the strengths and weaknesses. The good news is all the trim is
there, the tailgate is complete, and none of the original glass is broken.
This will make for a great resto project of a rarely seen car on the road.
There's 4 extra doors, two extra fenders, extra "B" pilars, and a bunch of
trim parts that were taken off of a third vehicle that was stripped down.
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1970 Plymouth Superbird- 1/2 scale
The sweetest, most awesome, one of a kind little car you have ever seen!!!
Handmade from scratch, all fiberglass body sitting on a go cart chasis,
with a new 8HP Briggs and Stratton motor. It's about half the size of a
regular car. Many details to make it look just like the real thing. The car
is 9ft long and you enter through the door.
Has been brought to 3 car shows, and man does it turn heads and get a lot
of "WOWs." To to be featured in an upcoming issue of Mopar Collectible