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For sale on Craigslist: 1956 Plymouth Belvedere 4-door Sedan in Greenville, PA  -   $15,995  -  Contact Brayden:  724 877 87 one three

 

Link: https://meadville.craigslist.org/cto/d/greenville-1956-plymouth-belvedere/7386695819.html

 

Seller's Description:

1956 Plymouth Belvedere 4-door Sedan

  • cylinders: 6 cylinders
  • transmission: automatic
  • odometer: 51,000
  • paint color: black
  • title status: clean

Selling my 1956 Plymouth Belvedere runs and drives great awesome car no issues no rust leather interior push button gear change ready for a show asking 15,995$

 

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  • 6T-FinSeeker changed the title to For Sale: 1956 Plymouth Belvedere - "Awesome car, no issues" - Greenville, PA - Not Mine

I donno, seems like 16 grand is a lot of money for a 56 Belvedere. Especially a six and a two speed automatic.   It is nice but I have seen a lot of theses languishing on sites for a while. A Sport Fury with a 303 in that good of a condition, sure.  The 50’s Mopar curse is on it even though it is very beautiful. 

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20 hours ago, 6T-FinSeeker said:

A little trivia... 

The nameplate "belvedere" is Italian for "beautiful sight" or “fair view.”

 

Thanks - learn stuff from this site all the time. 
 

Whenever I see “Belvedere” I think of an old Looney Tunes cartoon. Foghorn Leghorn I think?  I guess that says a lot about me. 😳

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4 hours ago, ford40 said:

I would say the seats have been reupholstered could be leather ?

Easy answer, No. 

 

Doing upholstery in genuine leather is EXPENSIVE!  Buy the hides, get a good upholster who know how to work with leather. (Hint you only get one chance to sew it straight, you cant rip out the seams and start again like with cloth) $5000 to start . . .

The price of the car will always tell you if it was done in leather. This one is not. 

 

Complete vinyl interiors were a thing from the 1960s. In the 1950s a sedan used CLOTH. 

Sometimes cloth & vinyl, with vinyl in the heavy wear areas but never all vinyl. 

The Chevrolet Delray sedans being about the only exception. Pontiac was the only affordable brand that regularly used some leather panels. 

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The seats in this Plymouth should be covered mostly with the darker fabric to match the top of the door panels. The fact that this 6 cylinder sedan is pink might increase the value of it somewhat but IMO it's overpriced and the seller should consider himself lucky if it sells for half of what he's asking for it. A V8 powered 56 Plymouth sedan would command a slightly higher price. 

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  • 6T-FinSeeker changed the title to For Sale: 1956 Plymouth Belvedere - "Awesome car, no issues" - Greenville, PA - Not Mine - 10/8 Deleted
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This is a nice car in typical Fifties colors. Even if it had an eight it's not like you'd be drag racing Hell Cats with it.  Just a nice cruiser. Everybody knew it was your parent's car that you borrowed for the night. Did it have to have two sets of hanging dice? I'm surprised that it didn't have a pair hanging under the hood. Hate those dice, but to each their own.

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