Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando Florida is proud to offer this intimidating 1963 Plymouth Belvedere Police Car. When it comes to cars you don’t want to see in the rear view mirror this tops the list! As you walk around the vehicle you’ll notice nice details like the Sheriff Badge style door decal, Weld Racing wheels and cowl mounted gauges. Finished in a police cruiser style black and white this car could almost fool you if it weren’t for the not-so-subtle performance components. The engine is a 440 cubic inch big block with a 8-71 Supercharger and is fed by two 750 CFM carbs. The transmission is a 727 torqueflight operated via push button, and the rear end has 4.10 gears. The interior maintains it’s factory style dash but is equipped with bucket seats, racing harnesses and a full roll cage. Under the fiberglass lift off hood you’ll see the firewall has been smoothed and underneath you’ll see the car is tubbed. According to the owner the glove box is signed by “Big Daddy” Don Garlits and the underside of the trunk lid is signed by “Mr 4-Speed” Herb McCandless. If you’re looking for a serious street machine with a sense of humor this is the one you want to own! Options include cloth interior, performance radial tires, seat belts.