Evil 850hp Pro Street 1965 Plymouth Belvedere II

1965 plymouth belvedere II build

This isn’t your average 1965 Plymouth Belvedere II, there is no doubt about that so let’s see what makes this Pro Street Mopar such an evil beast. I’m just going to give you some highlights on the powertrain as you’re going to learn all about the build in the video review.

pro street 1965 plymouth belvedere II

In the engine bay of this Pro Street 1965 Plymouth Belvedere II we are looking at recently rebuilt 585 cube Mega Block V8 motor with Oliver rods and Indy aluminum heads attached to Freddy Brown Competition Turbo 400 tranny and Dana rearend with Strange axles. Sounds pretty good, right?

There is a lot more going on so check out the WeBe Autos’ video review!


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