1967 Plymouth Satellite

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

383 CI V-8 4bbl


3 Speed Auto Transmission


2.94 Rear Gears


Power Steering


Power Front Disc Brakes


Drum Brakes Rear


New Wheels and Tires 

 

 

 

The opening gallery photo shows this car as it appears today. The owner decided to re-do the hood scoop. We did not take all new photos, but have inserted some with the new scoop and also some engine shots with the new air filter. We had this car on before, but the owner was not happy with the hood scoop. It has been gone for a while and we now have it back.   Other than the hood scoop and the air breather, the car has not changed. there were only a few miles but on it from our shop to his and back again. 

The interior is in good condition and is said to be original. There is some wear on the driver's armrest, but in general it looks good. The car was originally ordered with deluxe trim.   There have been some changes made to the car of course, but it is a great driver. You need to drive it to appreciate it.   The car was built in Los Angeles, CA and it was an original 318 car. The 383 was added and the odometer miles are said to be original to the car. Therefore, the engine may have a lot less than 63,435.    That is actually a scratch in the dash and not a crack.    The Satellite was originally a white car with the black interior, but someone decided it looked better painted black and silver.    The trunk is solid with no visible rust.    This is actually how the car looks now.    The fender tag shows that the car was from LA and was oedered with the fender turn signals, tinted glass, deluxe interior and the clean air package. It has 2.94 gears.   Another great detail with this car is the customer Certicard. This is basically the Mopars version of GM's Protecto Plate. We very seldom find these on cars. This one was right where it should be on the inside of the core support.   The undercarriage looks good and solid. The floor pans appear to be original and other than minor surface rust, we found nothing alarming.    This car will make someone a great driver and with a little TLC would do well at shows too.   

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