For 1965, Plymouth had moved to rebrand the popular Belvedere I and adjusted the name ever so slightly with a “II” which was essentially the now-full-size Fury and Sport Fury with a hardtop as they shared the same wheelbase of 116 inches. The Belvedere II was also now available in a convertible body style as well as wagons which stuck to the Detroit markets formula of success and continued their optional 2-door or 4-door variations for both. For 1966, the popular Plymouth Belvedere was restyled with a cleaner set of lines with subtle but definitive styling. Body choices essentially remained the same, with a new standard engine, the 318-cid V-8 was now the power plant to move these beautifully designed rides smoothly down the road.
The 1966 Belvedere II offered for sale here is finished in blue over a blue cloth interior. The car remains in very original condition and shows well for its age. It is powered by its 225 ci slant 6 engine paired with an automatic transmission. The car has been in the family for the last 45 years. In 2018 it had power front disc brakes installed. The original carburetor has recently been rebuilt and at this time it was given a new water pump, new battery, new belts and hoses, new exhaust, plugs and wires and tires. This is a great entry level cruiser with room for the whole family.