This 1967 Plymouth Satellite has the right combination of classic style and the right upgrades. That's why you have everything from big block power to an A/C interior. And as you dig into all the details you'll start to see this is the classic Mopar that has been cared for exactly how you do it yourself for over half a century.
These cars can look incredibly sophisticated in the right color, and the fresher application of Dark Blue Metallic gets it just right. It has a great clearcoat luster in the sunshine, which really brings out the beauty of the sheetmetal. These intermediate Mopars had a full-size look with a wide stance and confident lines in the cantilever roof. And at the same time, they integrated some sleekness with the rounded curve built into the door line. It created one of the most unique and handsome designs on the streets – and it was only available for a few short years. And while the color complements the design on this one, there's also much more that's grabbing your eye. The sliver lower section separated by full-length trim is truly a premium touch. Plus, the mirror-like wide bumpers, red ribbed rear panel, and classic Mag wheels complete this package that's the right mix of intimidation and sophistication.
The pillarless hardtop profile makes it easy to show off the interior, and when it looks like this, you're going to love showcasing the inside. The factory-correct premium black vinyl bucket seats have an intricate pattern that really grabs attention. And the rest of the seating, door panels, carpeting, and headliner are just as deep and dark. But this is far from a sea of darkness. There's plenty of bright trim throughout the interior – especially on the retro-cool center console. We know you'll love all the great original touches on this one from Plymouth logo steering wheel, to the artful shifter, to the AM radio that's still on display. But they also made one very strategic upgrade. The air conditioning is blowing cold with modern R134a, so feel free to cruise while showing off the pillarless hardtop well into the summer season.
Someone spent some time to make sure the engine bay looks exceptional. The turquoise on the block, factory air topper, and all the correct decals make this look like a time machine. In fact, this is even a 1967-correct block. More than just look great, you're going to love this because it's the beefy 383 cubic-inch big block. This V8 inhales deeply from an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, which also helps with the sweet rumble of the dual exhaust. This is a true street-eating machine, and that's why there's a stout A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission. Plus, you have the control of power steering, power bakes, and the grip of BF Goodrich T/As.
Complete with the owner's manual packet and original warranty card, this is the right mix of history, sophistication, and power. It's a terrific package offered at an obtainable price, so don't miss out. Call today!!!