NASCAR legend and ESPN racing analyst, Ray Evernham, unveiled a very cool, street-legal 1964 Plymouth Belvedere at the 2012 SEMA Show. The project, called "ForPly," was brought back to life by Sherwin-Williams Automotive and was built on a 1964 Belvedere as a tribute to the year when the car won the Daytona 500 and NASCAR Grand National Championship.

The ForPly features a distinctive Radiant Red automotive matte finish with Graphite racing stripes. For the interior, the tuner opted for a Graphite Grey color combined with carbon fiber inlay and bucket race seats.

The most amazing aspect of the modification was the upgrade for the engine. The ForPly is powered by an updated Dodge R5-P7 race engine with an impressive output of 750 HP. Other special features include NASCAR Sprint Cup shocks, custom 18-inch NASCAR-style wheels, NASCAR-style front splitter and rear spoiler, and an all-digital, backlit dual-display dashboard.

The Plymouth Belvedere ForPly by Sherwin-Williams Automotive will be put on auction at Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale Auction in January 2013. All proceeds will go to Evernham Family Racing - a foundation that funds the Autism Society of North Carolina.


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  (349) posted on 11.7.2012

my dad was a kid when the muscle cars like this were ripping the streets and tracks up. he loves it

  (341) posted on 11.7.2012

Nice looking ride. love it! you did a good job!!!

  (397) posted on 11.7.2012

wish I had a million to buy it! and that will never happen :<

  (346) posted on 11.7.2012

I hope it will win the price cause i also suport that charity ... kids with autism must get help

  (341) posted on 11.7.2012

Color, specs, the combo of old and new; it is stunning in every way.

  (377) posted on 11.7.2012

spectacular! That may be the coolest car I’ve ever seen!

  (349) posted on 11.7.2012

wooow!! it’s all i can say

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