1962 Plymouth Belvedere 413 Super Stock Max Wedge located in our Indianapolis showroom. The Max Wedge engine was introduced in 1962 in response to the Ford 352 CID V8, Chevrolet big blocks as well as the Pontiac 409 with tri-power set-ups. These radical powerhouse engines were truly designed specifically for racing. As a result the Max Wedge was an instant success on the NHRA circuit. The fact that you could order the Belvedere race ready from the factory makes this monster Plymouth one of the most collectable cars of all time. This is a rare and genuine 1962 Plymouth Belvedere Max Wedge that has been documented by Galen Govier and verified by Darrell Davis. This car has also been previously owned and verified by MOPAR expert Bob Mazzolini and he is also the one who did the engine reassembly. This 1962 Plymouth Belvedere is powered by its 413 CID Super Stock Max Wedge engine, backed by a push button 727 3-speed automatic transmission, and running to a 8 3/4″ rear end with 3.91 gears.
Back in 1990 the car was completely disassembled, repainted in its original Cherry Red color, and put back together to its factory appearance. The interior was also redone back to as close to original as possible with new seat covers, carpet, and headliner with the original, unrestored door panels being retained. Options on this 1962 Plymouth Belvedere for sale include: Cloth and Vinyl Interior, Radio Delete, Hub Caps, and Bias Ply Tires. This 1962 Plymouth Belvedere is one of the best examples that you will find anywhere in the country. The car comes with a binder of documentation, owner history, photos, and owner’s manuals.
The 1962 Plymouth Belvedere with the Max Wedge 413 is a must have for any serious collector. Equally at home in the museum, on the car show circuit or the Drag Strip, this classic will not disappoint.