1964 Plymouth Other --
This incredible Ray Evernham-built MoPar backs 358 cubic inches of NASCAR V8 with a NASCAR 4-speed a NASCAR Car of Tomorrow chassis and vintage-tinged aesthetics. Ready to draw throngs of fans and win big trophies? Here's a chance to turn your dreams in to reality! Combining old school American style with modern NASCAR technology this Plymouth officially named ForPly is the custom street legal racer that made Ray Evernham an authority of the collector car scene. Its body was specifically chosen... because 1964 was the year the Plymouth Belvedere won both the Daytona 500 and the NASCAR Grand National championship. That profile looks particularly appealing in Sherwin-Williams Radiant Red matte 2-stage which is detailed in gratuitous Graphite accents. And naturally that trick pigment serves as a fine foundation for lots of custom detailing. Toss the bonnet and you'll find a NASCAR-spec Evernham Motorsports-built Dodge R5-P7 358 that creates over 750 horsepower! Sourced from a Kasey Kahne-driven stock car that buff mill leads a race-prepped 4-speed which twists power to a 9-inch Ford axle that's finished with 3.60 gears. That stellar drivetrain rides a fully adjustable NASCAR Car of Tomorrow chassis which is bookended by front and rear clips that were raced under Scott Riggs in the 2007 Daytona 500. Stops are provided by a NASCAR-spec brake system which cinches four 4-piston calipers around two 13-inch rotors and two 11-inch rotors. And power pounds the pavement through custom NASCAR-style wheels which spin 285/40ZR18 Nitto NT555 Extreme ZRs. With its genuine NASCAR roots this Plymouth puts the muscle back in "muscle car". Call click or visit to hit the road in style!