1954 Plymouth Belvedere 2 Door Convertible
Note the Washington title lists the first letter as an “L” but it is actually an “I” on the vin plate.
Mileage shown 75097.2
Engine 217.8 cu. in. flathead inline 6 cylinder
Transmission: Chrysler 3 speed manual column shift with optional overdrive (working)
1954 saw the Belvedere replace the Cranbrook as the top of the line Plymouth, and the Savoy in 1954 was only available a two-door Club Coupe, four-door sedan, and 2-door Club Sedan. This Plymouth sports has “Savoy” badges on the fenders but is actually a Belvedere. It does have the correct trim and pieces for a Belvedere model. There were 6,900 convertible coupe Belvederes produced in 1954 which listed for $2301.
This Plymouth could make a great driver after a minimal mechanical refresh for driving and new tires. It is a fun convertible, and very unusual.
This car has been repainted in yellow at some point in its history. It appears to have been once green or gray. The body is straight and in good condition. The underside of the car show surface rust, but is not rusted through. There is one spot in the trunk floor that has a patch panel welded in at some point. The moldings and trim are all present, and look good, show only minor wear. The bumpers look good, show use and have some scratches.