1965 Plymouth A-990 Factory Lightweight

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It happens all too often in the collector car market. A collector from Colorado bought his dream car a 1965 Plymouth A-990 Factory Lightweight Hemi Belvedere from a seller in Western Canada. Not only was he told that the car was completely original but he had a decoding from a Mopar historian of some reknown that told him it was a completely factory original car right down to the factory lightweight thin sheet metal fenders (you know the ones that tremble from the vibration of the Hemi motor.) It was even featured on the Velocity Channel during a documentary by Chip Foose about Mopar Factory Lightweights. Much to the owner’s surprise when he had it checked by some top Mopar experts he found out that the fender codes and body codes did not match.

This car has been SOLD.

Because of that the owner is now selling his 1965 Plymouth A-990 Factory Lightweight Hemi Belvedere car for much less than he paid for it. This might be an opportunity for the right buyer. After all, the VIN #s are correct for an A-990 car and the code on the block is correct, and he knows that this was an A-990 race Hemi 426 engine. It even has real correct Hemi headers, real A-990 factory race Hemi 4-speed, leaf springs, suspension, Lightweight doors, hood and hood scoop are all the real equipment, according to the seller. There is still a lot of value here, even thought the sheet metal and body may come from more than one car. So the seller is basically selling it for the price of a clone. He was asking $160,000 for it when he thought it was a totally #s matching car. Now he has a PRICE REDUCED tag in the ad taking the price down to $89,000. Your gain!

You’ll find hundreds more PRICE REDUCED vehicles on the Price Reduced feed today. The Price Reduced feed is where you will find cars that have already been listed, but the sellers are now reducing their asking price. Our data base creates this list for you in real time so you can see the fresh price changes as they happen. Here are just a few to wet your whistle:

Vehicle for sale Original Price Reduced To
1972 VW Beetle $12,500 $7,500
1940 Oldsmobile 2-Door Sedan $35,000 $27,500
1967 Chevelle SS Convertible $64,900 $59,900
2009 Shelby Super Snake $88,990 $79,890
1970 Shelby GT500 Fastback $120,000 $110,000
1970 Camaro Z/28 $42,500 $34,500
1941 Willys Pro Street Truck $65,000 $55,000
1966 Corvette Stingray Fastback Coupe $75,000 $69,900
1957 Chevy Bel Air 2-Door Hardtop $65,500 $59,000
1947 Chevy Fleetline $29,500 $19,900
1957 Chevy Bel Air Hardtop $64,900 $54,500
1971 Mustang Mach 1 $62,500 $55,900
1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass Convertible $34,900 $29,900
1955 Chevy 210 $45,000 $38,000
1978 Mercury Cougar XR-7 Coupe $5,000 $3,500

But the PRICE REDUCED ads are not the only bargains to be had in this week’s listings. Wait till you see the DEAL of the DAY FeatureClick here to go to the DEAL of the DAY feature in the latest Cars On Line Newsletter!

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