This storied Plymouth Belvedere is a fully restored, fully documented classic that’s believed to be the first 1967 Hemi GTX Convertible produced! But wait, there’s more. Not only is this magazine-featured drop-top a national award-winning show queen that presents much nicer than when it rolled off the assembly line, it also features a great backstory. Originally purchased as a tow vehicle for Sergei Dennenbaum’s The Mad Russian super stocker, this Plymouth was specifically optioned with a functional Belvedere I hood scoop and Holley 4-barrel carburetor. But, being a tried and true gearhead, Sergei wasn’t about to leave well enough alone. So, he commenced a series of mild modifications that further enhanced the car’s performance. That ultimately culminated in Sergei’s mom racing the GTX alongside her son’s perennial super stocker to consistent 13-second pulls at over 100 MPH! In 1970, the car was fitted with factory-spec dual-quad induction and sold to a New York City police officer. And for the next twenty years, it would remain an odd unicorn of New York folklore. In 1990, refusing to watch the Plymouth deteriorate further, a car enthusiast’s widow sold it to a well-known MoPar collector. And in 2010, Feasterville, Pennsylvania’s Totally Auto commenced a detailed, rotisserie restoration. In 2011, this drop-top stormed the muscle car scene by debuting at the Muscle Cars at the Playboy Mansion show, and scoring 994 out of 1,000 points to earn gold certification at the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals. And, in the years since, it’s attended many top-tier shows and even spent a little time in the Wellborn Musclecar Museum. If you’re looking for some tough, investment grade muscle that’s fun to look at, a blast to drive and ready to hit the show circuit as soon as it rolls out of our showroom, congratulations, you’ve found your next classic!
Price in USD: 289900
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