For the most part, Chrysler sat out the 1966 Super Stock season by not releasing any special race-only models. But Chrysler dipped its toes back in for 1967, offering specially prepared Hemi-powered Dodge Coronets and Plymouth Belvedere IIs with minimal options and considerable weight savings, designated in the VIN with the RO23 model code. When it comes to stripped-down pure-bred American race classics, it really doesn't come any better. Just 55 Plymouth Belvedere IIs (plus 55 Coronets) were built, making them legal for NHRA Super Stock.
ACME’s representation of the rare ’67 RO23 Hemi Belvedere comes not in its original white, but in silver, inspired by Chrysler’s legendary “Silver Bullet’ test car that roamed Woodward Avenue in Detroit during the late 1960s. Wearing competition livery and packing a monstrous, dual carb 426 Hemi, this beautiful diecast replica is incredibly well detailed inside and out, and possibly the most muscular model in your cabinet!