BF Exclusive: 1967 Plymouth Belvedere Wagon

Belvedere Wagon

From Tex – This car has a clean Oklahoma title and the registration is up-to-date. This is an exported model, sent to Belgium, sent back by an American Airman. I have all the paperwork. I have owned it since 1994. Have export fender tag.  Includes original interior (seat covers which are in good to excellent shape. It has a 1980 318 with TF bucket seats, chrome valve covers, Aluminum 4 barrel intake, power steering, power brakes, and disk front brakes. It has 17 inch Ford Mustang Bullet wheels but needs tires.  Turns over freely; have not started in 16 years. Too many projects, must clear the space. Located in Central Oklahoma. As is where is, asking $3,500 OBO. Buyer must pick up or provide transportation. Contact me via email for more information.

318 V8

A 318 V8 from 1980 seems like a strange choice, but perhaps this was a newer engine when this thing was built?

Interesting Interior

Looks like the same car that donated the engine may have provided the interior too. Again, an interesting choice, but I bet it’s comfy.

Belvedere Front

Hood pins add a muscular look to this otherwise mundane family hauler.

Belvedere Grill

Oh and look, there’s the grill! The tailgate doesn’t look too rusty.

Belvedere Tailgate

This one has been parked a while, so it’s going to need some TLC to be roadworthy again.

Hood Pins

As interesting as the custom touches may be, I’d be tempted to use this as a base to build something a little more Road Runnerish. Source a 383, 4-speed, and bench seat and you’d have one heck of a muscle wagon! Plus, you wouldn’t have to feel an ounce of guilt about making a few changes. That’s just me though. What do you think about this mildly modified station wagon?

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  1. lORNE

    Has lots of potential and character – wld like a big block in it – 67 satellite interior and mayb a nice low scoop on hood – Just my choices :)

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  2. DREW V.

    Year early to make a Road Runner wagon out of, but a Dual scoop hood and make a 67′ GTX looking wagon out of it…

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    • Jesse JesseAuthor

      You got me there Drew. A GTX look sounds like a good plan though.

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  3. Vince Habel

    Think it is too much for the shape it is in.

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  4. stillrunners

    what Vince said…..

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  5. Charles

    I like Drew’s idea of a GTX wagon, although it will take some major work! With the prices of Mopar muscle these days and the popularity of wagons, it may well be a decent investment. Using modern running gear, this will make a sweet for a street rod.

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  6. randy

    Seems a little pricy, but he can always come down, you can’t go up! No problem testing the market. This would be tempting had I not just bought a ’65 F100

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  7. grant

    “Mustang Bullet” wheels? They look like Torque Thrusts to me… it has potential but is too much for what needs to be both done and corrected.

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