Driving a Pro Street 1961 Belvedere in the Snow? Street Car!
When you have a an old-school piece of American iron that’s fitted with a big ...
When you have a an old-school piece of American iron that’s fitted with a big block and a set of turbos that are capable of cranking out the hurt at around 700 hp, normally, such an untamed beast isn’t going to be something that you’re going to want to be wheeling around on snow-covered streets.
However, for this enthusiast, it doesn’t look like they really care much about the popular opinion and instead, look to do only what pleases them. Honestly, that’s the only way to go about living life and these guys look like they’re having an absolute blast while many people are over there crying on the sidelines about how they’re treating the car.
Check out the video down below that tells you what this 1961 Plymouth Belvedere is all about as you can find it out in the snow covered streets, sliding sideways. The one camera shot that we would really love to see from this moment is that gigantic smile that is probably spanning from ear-to-ear on the driver’s face!
Our ride of the week is a Pro Street ’61 Belvedere from Tony Netzel. He bought the car back in 1994 from a junkyard in North Dakota. He tore the car apart in the winter of 1998 with big plans…it took 17 years of work to get it to what you see now. PND Hosted By: Gannon PritchardFull Episode: http://bit.ly/2l1mGS6
Posted by PowerNation TV on Friday, February 17, 2017