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1957 Plymouth Belvedere Convertible - $1,000 - Hell Hath No Fury - Saginaw, MI.


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1957 Plymouth Belvedere · Convertible · Driven 999,999 miles What is left of a 1957 Plymouth convertible Rear clip with pinch weld area Front cowl motor and transmission convertible dash Vin tag and body tag are present Car is rough so 1000 OBO Phil I’m in Michigan

 

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While the stack of desirable hubcaps are 1957 Plymouth,

the quarter panel is either from a 1957 Plymouth FURY-

Orm, more likely, the sheet metal is from a 1958 Belvidere.

The '57 Belvidere has a simple wedge expanding rearward from headlight to taillight

the '57 Fury and '58 Belvidere have the "Kick-Up" which appears as remnant from the missing trim.

 

1957 Plymouth Belvedere convertible

1957 Plymouth Belvedere | Carolina Muscle Cars Inc.

 

1958 Plymouth Fury (Badge engineering) same as prior year Belvedere, and Fury became Sport Fury, Savoy became Belvedere, Plaza (stripper) became Savoy, and Plaza name was dropped - so each model took the name of the next higher model between 1957 and 1958

1958 Plymouth Fury | F156 | Kissimmee 2020

 

 

1957 Plymouth Fury, available in Eggshell with Gold Anodized Trim and Golden Commando V-8

Dale Frahm 1957 Plymouth Fury Convertible | Mac's Motor City Garage

Maybe not what it appears to be

but I'd like to have the '57 PLYMOUTH full wheel covers

Edited by Marty Roth (see edit history)
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