This 1967 Plymouth Belvedere II is a two owner car with just 61,787 mile on the clock. Acquired from the original owner 20 years ago the seller had visions of doing a restoration but the reality is it’s a super clean survivor so he’s enjoyed it all these years while putting minimal work into it. Found on Ebay in Fayettville, Georgia, the early bidding shows there’s plenty of interest in this Mopar wagon.
Come around to the back and you can see the bonus third seat. Always a nice escape for the kids and an extra touch of retro cool as rear facing seats are non existent in today’s automotive world. The electric tailgate window works perfectly through both the dash switch and the rear key.
With no dents, dings or scratches anywhere the body is described as very straight with the only issues being some small rust bubbles beginning to form in front of the rear wheels but there is no rust in the wheel wells or floor pans. There was one repaint in 1988 but minimal use and shelter in a garage has kept the paint in excellent condition.
The interior is mostly original and looks to be in great shape except for some seam splitting that has begun in the front seat. I really like the brown and gold combination.
Door panels show some patina and light wear but are still in great shape for a car that is 50 plus years old. The owners says all the windows open and close without issue.
One wonders if the original owner had kids. Certainly no kid would leave the the third row in such beautiful shape as this seat looks!
A look at the cargo area and my first thought was that nobody ever hauled anything in this wagon but the ad describes that the seat backs began curling so the owner carpeted them and added the stainless ribs form an 80’s LeBaron wagon. Who knew? They look 100% period correct!
Look under the hood and we an see an original and untouched engine bay. Powered by a 318 V8, the car is said to run, drive and shift smoothly. There is small transmission leak if the car has been sitting for awhile but not enough that it has become an issue yet. Factory air can also be seen but the owner said it stopped working years ago and that he doesn’t drive it enough to warrant getting it looked into. If it were me acquiring this car I would love to get that ice cold AirTemp air working!
An easy engine detail would really bring this wagon up to the level that the rest of the car is making it perfect for a local car show or an occasional weekend drive.