1964 Plymouth Belvedere
The 1964 Plymouth Belvedere, nicknamed "For Ply", was built in house by Ray Evernham and the Big Iron Garage team. The For Ply is a 200 mph street car sitting on a NASCAR chassis that once competed in the Daytona 500 and uses a Dodge motor that was raced by NASCAR legend Bill Elliott. This car features side by side computer screens, one for the driver and one for the passenger. It is powered by a 358ci Dodge R5-P7 engine, the wheels are custom units from Wheel Pros, and it features a NASCAR 18- gallon fuel call that was reworked to accept standard gas. The "For Ply" was named to Hot Rods Top Ten New Trends at SEMA list.