This is an all original car powered by the new-for-1954 230 cid I- 6 with Power Flite automatic transmission. It is optioned with Kelsey-Hayes wire wheels and a rear Continental kit. The Belvedere replaced the Cranbrook as the top-line offering for 1954. Now| a separate model instead of just a two-door hardtop| it was also available as a convertible| two-door station wagon| and four-door sedan. The two-door hardtop version was now called the Sport Coupe. 1954 Belevederes featured full-length rocker sill moldings. Minor styling updates adorned the carry-over body design. For the first time| small chrome tailfins appeared on the rear fenders. In March 1954| Plymouth finally offered a fully automatic transmission| the Chrysler PowerFlite two-speed. Also new was a larger standard engine: a 230.2 cu in I-6 that was also used by the Dodge Division. Power was now rated at 110 hp This Belvedere is ready to go and is a great driver.