Lot #1394 - One of the greatest NASCAR crew chiefs ever is offering a one-of-a-kind 1964 Plymouth Belvedere that combines old school American style with modern NASCAR technology. Named ForPly, the custom street legal racer marks Ray Evernham's debut as a car designer and builder. Housed in the restored body of a 1964 Plymouth Belvedere, the year, make and model that won the 1964 Daytona 500 and NASCAR Grand National championship, the ForPly features a Dodge racing powertrain, plus the driveline of a modern day stock car that Evernham's former team built and raced in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. The slant back, 2 door hardtop coupe is blazoned in a Sherwin-Williams Radiant Red matte finish with Graphite racing stripes, featuring the same finish technology available in Sherwin-Williams Planet Color Barrett-Jackson Restoration System kits. The Graphite Grey colored, race ready cockpit features carbon fiber panels and race bucket seats. Under the hood, a Kasey Kahne driven Evernham Motorsports Dodge R5-P7 race engine has been re-engineered as a 358/750hp+, fuel injected, V8 power plant. Racing components integrated from the Evernham Motorsports #10 Dodge Charger driven by Scott Riggs at the 2007 Daytona 500 include the front and rear clips, 4-speed manual transmission and fully adjustable NASCAR suspension. Other unique features include NASCAR style splitter and spoiler, custom 18" NASCAR style wheels, a multi-channel input, all digital backlit dual display dash with separate driver and passenger controls. Consignor is donating proceeds to fund IGNITE, a Davidson, NC based program that supports adults with high functioning autism or Asperger's syndrome.
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