1951 Plymouth Belvedere in North Augusta, SC




1951 Plymouth Belvedere

Very Rare No Post Hardtop Body Style
Runs Very Well
Starts Right Up
Original Flat Head 6
3 Speed On The Tree
Serviceable Interior
Overall Fair Condition
It's At A Perfect Stage To Keep It Rat Rodded
Restoring It Or Street Rod It
There Is No Title Bill Of Sale Only
The Carbs Are Holley Model 2300's
But The Original 270 Cfm Center Carb Has The Air Horn Removed And Is Set With 50 Cc Accelerator Pump
The Stock 390 Cfm Vacuum Actuated Carbs Are Long Gone And I Opted To Use The Model 2300 500 Cfm Marine Carbs Also With 50 Cc Accelerator Pump
The Parts Need To Be Cleaned Up From Sitting In Storage But Are Perfect To Fit Those Big Tires Inside The Bodyline Of That 51
Basically, It Was Cut To Fit 16.5 X 31 X 15s Tucked Inside The Stock Well Of 1970 Cuda
Parts Include -
Set Of Mickey Thompson 31 X 16.50 - 15lt Mounted On 15 X 13" Centerline Wheels
Strange Engineered Narrowed 8 " Measuring 45 " Backing Plate To Backing Plate
The Spring Mounting Pads Are Relocated 14" Narrower Than An E-body Cuda.
Factory Stock 10" Drums
Strange Axels
8 " Center Section 2881489 Original Sure Grip Unit With Zoom 5.131 Gears
Chrysler Direct Connection Super Stock Springs Still Clamped As Was Used On The Drag Strip
The Assembled Rear Has About 20 Track Runs And Very Little Street Time (Less Than 200 Miles)
But Has Been Sitting Some Years So I Would Replace All The Bearings All Of The Above Rear End Stuff

Located in North Augusta, SC.

Financing, Nationwide Shipping and Warranties available to qualified buyers.

Stock Number: C165267L


  • Type:American Classic
  • Condition:Good
  • Mileage:57936
  • Exterior Color:Charcoal
  • Interior Color:Multi
  • Engine Size:6 Cylinder
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Driveline: RWD
  • Fuel Type:Gasoline
  • VIN:12797910



  • City:
  • State:
  • North Augusta
  • SC
  • Zip Code:
  • Country:
  • 29841
  • NA

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