Eight 1957 Plymouth Belvederes: Treasures Stayed Underground for More Than 60 Years
As you probably know well, in the United States of America, time capsules as the messages for people of the future were quite popular.
In general, they may contain all kinds of objects that they scribe the time when the capsule was made. In 1957, there was no exception for such an event. To commemorate Oklahoma’s 50 th anniversary of statehood, the city of Tulsa choose to bury eight brand new golden with 1957 Plymouth Belvedere. These cars stayed underground for more than sixty years. Now, try to imagine that they offer you a free and completely original 1957 Plymouth Belvedere with only 4 miles on the odometer. What would you do? How would you feel? You all would feel excited, we guess, But, what happens to this excitement when you learn that the car doesn’t run, is covered with rust and dirt and has spent its last 61 years in a waterlogged vault.
Check out today’s video to find out the interesting story of these eight 1957 Plymouth Belvederes and enjoy!