Steve Lavigne’s 1973 Plymouth Satellite
Most car guys have a rather lengthy list of cars they've had, enjoyed, and sold over the years. While they're not all keepers, some cars are worth hanging onto, whether it's because they are rare, special models, or simply for personal reasons.
Steve Lavigne has one that actually hits all those points; super rare, exceptional example, and special to him. On top of that, he's the original owner. He placed the order at Fairview Chrysler Plymouth in March 1973 and took delivery two months later. He chose the options wisely, too. There were only 115 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus models built with a 400ci and a 4-speed in 1973, and we'd imagine Mike's is one of the last left. We're positive it's the nicest.
Shortly after delivery, Steve installed a set of Appliance Mag wheels- the same ones you see on the car today. Steve definitely takes care of his stuff. At the time, the Satellite served as the primary family vehicle until 1977, when it was slid over to secondary status. A 400ci engine and gas shortages don't get along well.
Around 1985, the Satellite graduated to garage queen and was seldom driven. Steve took the opportunity to freshen it up. With only 73,000 miles on the odometer, the engine only needed valve job and new gaskets and seals. The Minnesota winters had already done some damage, but Steve repaired the rust, repainted the body with Imron. Remember that stuff?
After that, the Satellite was driven only occasionally, even after a move to South Carolina in 1991. Steve mostly brought it out only for periodical drives or cruise-ins. It was after one of those cruises in 2007 when an original radiator ruptured hot coolant all over everything in sight. Steve decided to use this as the impetus for a full restoration. This time, he decided to go completely through the Satellite, doing as much of the work in his garage as possible. Luckily, his two sons, Mike and Mark, wise enough to get heavily involved.
After a total dismantling, the Satellite's body was placed on casters and sent off to be soda blasted. Steve did find some hidden rust, but not as much as he feared. As you'd expect, there are very few aftermarket sheet metal parts available for '73 Satellites, but Mike proved to be handy with sheetmetal. He cut out the rust, made patterns, shaped custom replacement bits from flat stock, and welded them into place. After exorcising all the rust, the body was shot with epoxy primer and the real body work began. They wanted the exterior to be slick as glass, so, a great deal of time was spent smoothing and block sanding.
After aligning all the body panels. They disassembled and painted everything with a black basecoat/clear coat finish, including the undercarriage. They let the paint cure for a month, then spent about 200 hours color sanding until the finish was lawless.
In the midst of bodywork, Steve was also cleaning and restoring all of the suspension parts. That northern salt had rusted the K-member's mounting points, so he had to weld in new metal. The rear springs were upgraded with new main leafs from a station wagon to bolster the ride height. The rearend was rebuilt, the fuel and brake lines were replaced, and the four-speed received new seals. The interior was in excellent condition, except the front seat upholstery, but Steve took the time to disassemble the dash for a thorough cleaning, bead blast all the electrical connections, and make new tags for the wiring harnesses.
With the end in sight, Mark and Steve installed a new vinyl top and rear glass, polished all of the exterior trim to a mirror finish, and hd the chrome parts refinished to show quality. The major resto was finally wrapped up in August 2012, and finished product is an absolute show stopper. Not only is it gorgeous and perfect in every way, it's incredibly rare. Put those together, and you've got a car that catches people off guard. No one expects a 1973 Satellite to be the most impressive car at a show, but then again no one ever expects to see one this mint. Not that it matters to Steve either way; he's kept it since new, and he'll continue to keep it until it's time for Mike and Mark to take over and continue the Satellite's saga.
Who: Steve Lavigne
What: 1973 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus
Where: Simpsonville, SC
Engine: Believe it or not, the 400 cubic inch engine is still factory original on the shortblock, and has only had new gaskets and a valve job since new. Even most of the accessories and the carburetor are original.
Exhaust: The pipes are 2 1/2-inch duals from Accurate Exhaust that dump into low restriction Hemi mufflers and exit through custom tips.
Transmission: Much like the engine, the original 4-speed trans with its Hurst Pistol-Grip shifter is original and unrebuilt, other than gaskets.
Rearend: The 8 rearend has 3.23:1 gears and Sure-Grip differential, which was rebuilt during the major restoration, but it is all stock.
Suspension: The stock torsion bar front has been cleaned up, but is original. The rear leaf springs received main leafs from a station wagon to adjust the ride height.
Brakes: The front disc and rear drums were rebuilt to stock spec.
Wheels/Tires: Those are the same 15x7 Appliance Mags Steve bought back in 1973 right after buying the Satellite. They are wrapped in 235/75R15 BF Goodrich Radial T/A.
Interior: Steve reupholstered the front bucket seats, and the headliner has been replaced, but the rear seat, door panels, console, and carpet are original.
Exterior: There were very few patch panels ever reproduced, so nearly everything needed for the body repair was handmade by Mike. All the bodywork, paint, and the post-paint color sanding was handled by Steve and his sons.
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Seller:coveryournuts✉️(6,892)99%, Location:O'Fallon, Missouri, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item:202189688102RARE Vintage OEM 1973-75 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Sundance Hubcap Wheel Cover. This listing is for ONE (1) hard to find USED original equipment 14" wheel cover originally used on SOME 1973-75 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Sundance models, This cap is straight and shows no curb rash on the edges or cone. The cast metal "cone" center area has minor pits in the plating, but is still relatively respectable for its age. Good solid clips on the back side which is very uncommon. Minor surface rust, but nothing structural. Great restoration candidate or wall hanger. Definitely NOT a new or show quality item. It may polish up a little with some effort, but wont be perfect regardless. Genuine Chrysler part! This is the only one I have. Please see all photos provided and address any and all questions or concerns PRIOR to purchase. All sales are FINAL on used items. No refunds, no exchanges, and no returns for any reason. You buy it, you own it. No exceptions! Thanks for looking!Condition:Used, Condition:Clips are NOT rusted out! Daily driver quality. See photos and description for details., Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted, Brand:Plymouth, Manufacturer Part Number:NA, Interchange Part Number:376, Placement on Vehicle:Left, Surface Finish:Chrome, Warranty:No, Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
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The Plymouth Satellite is a mid-size automobile introduced in the 1965 model year as the top trim model in Plymouth's "B" platform Belvedere line. Available initially in two-door hardtop and convertible models, the Satellite remained the top of the line model until the 1967 model year. A station wagon version was added and a higher "Sport" trim introduced.
The Fury name was moved to Plymouth's mid-size models for 1975, at which time the Satellite name was discontinued.
First Generation (1965-1967)
When the new, larger Plymouth Fury was introduced for 1965 on Chrysler's full-size C platform, the Plymouth Belvedere name was moved to Plymouth's "new" mid-size line for 1965. The Belvedere Satellite was the top trim model in the series, above the Belvedere I and II. It was available in two-door hardtop or convertible versions. Bucket seats and a center console were standard equipment, as well as a V8 engine. For 1965, the standard engine was the 273 cu in (4.5 L) with optional 318 cu in (5.2 L), 361 cu in (5.9 L), as well as 383 cu in (6.3 L) and 426 cu in (7.0 L) Commando" engines. This 426 had the wedge combustion chamber design and is not the 426 "Hemi" that was offered in 1966. The front end featured single headlights on each side, and a grille divided into four thin rectangles laid horizontally.
The 1965 Satellite two-door hardtop total production was 23,341 units. It weighed 3,220 lb (1,460 kg) with a base price of $2,612 ($21,450 in 2020 dollars ). Convertible production was 1,860 units. It weighed 3,325 lb (1,508 kg) and was priced at $2,827 in standard trim ($23,216 in 2020 dollars ).
The 1966 redesigned Satellite was available with a "Street Hemi" engine with two 4-barrel carburetors and 10.25:1 compression. This engine was rated at 425 hp (317 kW) at 5,000 rpm and 490 lb⋅ft (664 N⋅m) of torque at 4,000 rpm. The other V8 engine options for 1966 remained the 180 hp (130 kW) 273, the 318 at 230 hp (170 kW), as well as the 265 hp (198 kW) Commando 361 and Commando 383 at 325 hp (242 kW), down from its 330 hp (250 kW) rating in 1965.
The 1967 Satellite was a carryover from 1966, but there were several trim changes. A new grille featured dual side-by-side headlights, a change in the rear trunk finish panel and taillights included multiple horizontal ribs. New horizontal aluminum trim at the lower body crease with lower silver paint gave all 1967 Satellites essentially a two-tone paint scheme. For 1966 and 1967, the interior vinyl seats and door panels were treated to a unique 'Western Scroll' design which mimicked tooled leather in appearance. This was the 'premium' interior shared with the GTX in 1967. For 1966 and 1967 the Satellite was again offered only in 2-door hardtop and convertible body styles and was powered by V8 engines. The 361 was discontinued for the 1967 models, but a 2-barrel 383 producing 270 hp (200 kW) was optional, as well as 4-barrel version rated at 325 hp (242 kW).
Production figures for 1966 were 35,399 hardtops and 2,759 convertibles.
1966 Plymouth Satellite Convertible
Second Generation (1968-1970)
A restyled and higher trimmed Sport Satellite model with a standard 318 V8 was introduced in 1968, sitting above the regular Satellites. The Sport Satellite received the same blacked-out grille with horizontal blades as used on the Road Runner whereas the regular Satellite shared its grille with Belvederes. A 4-door sedan and station wagon were offered on the Satellite line for the first time. There were no Sport Satellite sedans in 1968, but a Satellite Sport Wagon was available. These had Sport Satellite trim and simulated woodgrain body side trim. A Sport Satellite four-door sedan was added to the lineup in 1969, and the wagons became a part of the regular Sport Satellite line.
The 1968 model year was also the introduction of the Plymouth Road Runner that shared the same body as the Satellite and Belvedere models.
The 1968 body continued through 1970, with new grilles in 1969 and a minor front and rear restyling for 1970, which was the last year for the Belvedere name.
1968 Plymouth Satellite 4-door sedan
1969 Plymouth Sport Satellite Wagon
1970 Plymouth Sport Satellite
Third Generation (1971-1974)
A new design was introduced for the 1971 model year. The Satellite adopted new "fuselage" styling - in line with the facelifts on the larger Chrysler C-Body models - on the two-door, four-door, and wagon models. Unlike previous years, 4-door sedans and 2-door coupes did not share sheet metal and each carried unique styling. Sedans were available in base, Custom, and Brougham trim, while two-doors were available in 5 trim levels. All VIN numbers started with the letter R for Satellite followed be the letter for the trim ordered RL(LOW)code was the base model for the Satellite, RM(Medium) Satellite Roadrunner, RH(High) Satellite Sebring, RP (Premium) Satellite Sebring Plus and top of the line RS(Special) Satellite GTX. Two-door models had a loop-type front bumper, 2-door coupes had a wheelbase of 115 inches, while 4-door sedans, as well as station wagons, had a wheelbase of 117 inches.
For the 1973 model year, the two-door models - received a more conventional front-end design, with squared up sheet metal and rear side windows. Safety requirements for the 1974 model year included 5 mph (8.0 km/h) bumpers for the sedans and wagons. The Satellite name was dropped after 1974, after which Plymouth's intermediate offerings on the B-body chassis took the Plymouth Fury name. The Satellite Sebring was replaced by the Chrysler Cordoba (a car which was originally intended to be called Plymouth Sebring)  and shared an all-new body with the Dodge Charger. The Sebring name would be revived by Chrysler on an unrelated model in 1995.
1973 Plymouth Satellite Sebring
1972 Satellite Regent station wagon
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(William Rubano has made the Cohort even better by posting this Satellite.)
One of the perks of writing for an automotive website is the ability to carry a torch for a make and/or model that resonates with you. If one is to peruse the archives of this site, which is a vast undertaking, they would find many of the various contributors tend to have a special affinity for a particular marque or vehicle type.
For whatever reasons, I have discovered myself carrying a pretty intensely burning torch for the 1971 to 1978 four-door B-bodies from Chrysler Corporation. It could be a whole lot worse, I suppose; somebody could be carrying a torch for the dearly departed Mercury. Oh wait; that’s me, also. Various other makes and models are still available if you are interested.
Thinking about it, I’ve been carrying this Mopar B-body torch for a while.
What is the genesis of this torch-bearing? No doubt some sour cynic thinks the best use of this torch would be to throw it in the front seat of this Satellite and watch what happens. But this is a fabulous Satellite and it gives perfect illumination to why I have realized having this torch.
The knee-jerk reaction about my carrying this torch would attribute it to over-exposure gained from various movies and films. As a child, I did watch entirely too much television, but I’m making up for it these days. I currently watch nothing but Weather Nation and an occasional rerun of 1960s and 1970s era television comedies. However, the theory about excessive exposure would certainly have some compelling arguments.
If one does a search for “1973 Plymouth Satellite” at the Internet Movie Cars Database (www.imcdb.org) they will be greeted with five pages full of two diametrically opposed offerings. This opposition greatly mimics what Chrysler was doing with the Satellite from 1971 to 1974.
Here’s a random choice. Nearly every 1973 Satellite sedan is wearing police or taxi livery. Shocking, isn’t it? For the few that aren’t, they appear to be undercover police cars. The bad guys don’t drive them, the non-constabulary hero isn’t driving one, even the crusty old lady down the street doesn’t have one parked in the driveway. There is no apparent diversity of end-use.
About the most diversity to be found is the colors used by the local police and taxi companies.
One observation about the various films and television shows utilizing the 1973 Satellite is the time period for which they were used as props. Granted, these Satellites were undoubtedly obtained for movie use after several years in service with whomever; it’s hard to imagine many movie studios shelling out coin for new ones when they could wait three years and buy them for pennies on the dollar. But some of these shows were produced as late as the early 1990s – nearly twenty years later. These certainly have amazing staying power for still being foisted-off as active-duty cars that much later.
Seriously, how many 1999 and 2000 model Ford Crown Victorias are still in active service plying the streets and highways of North America? Remarkably few. I haven’t seen a Crown Victoria in active use for several years now. These have moved on to be replaced by the Charger and Explorer.
When searching the results at imcdb.org, the exact opposite is the case with the two-door Satellite. It’s the car of the bad guy, it’s the car of the good guy, it’s the car seen in the background, etc. It offers up all manner of diversity in its use. It’s rather interesting how two fewer doors and slightly different sheetmetal can morph the same basic car into something with an unlimited assortment of possibilities.
Yet all this exposure to the vapidity of popular culture, particularly that of the 1970s and 1980s, isn’t why I have picked up a torch for these. And, for that matter, picking up the torch wasn’t an intentional act. Like acne and gray hair, it just sort of happened organically.
Could the reasons for having this torch be much broader and more thought provoking? To fully explain this life altering epiphany, could it be said these B-body sedans are in harmonious alliance with the core components of my personality, it being an unwavering reflection of my psyche and the fundamental core of my persona? Of all the innumerable automotive choices ever offered over time, could it be said these 1971 to 1978 B-body sedans are the most comprehensive embodiment of me as a unique person, that one automobile we all have that truly reflects the uncompromisable essence of who I am as a mortal human being?
That would be grossly overthinking it. The actual reasons finally coalesced and found a home a while back, much like the Skylab satellite did by settling in western Australia in 1979.
This grand realization was prompted by a washing machine.
Back in April our washing machine died. It was a dandy looking thing, full of bells and whistles and other assorted eye-trinkets that really made for a fancy and upscale looking appliance that was great fun to look at when operating in a dark room. However this machine didn’t even last five years before the motherboard annihilated itself. It was so bad the local appliance repair store said it wasn’t worth fixing.
After this Space Odyssey looking mistake, we sought something sturdy, reliable, and without any gimmicks.
We bought a Speed Queen, the brand of choice in laundromats far and wide. If seeking a rugged machine, this is truly worthy of consideration. Weighing about twice what the old one did, it reeks of a long service life even if its presentation is nowhere near as fancy. It’s a straight-forward machine and, while it may use a splash more water, it does an infinitely better job of what it was built to do. One can hear water sloshing around the inside during the wash cycle. What a concept! We had not heard that in years.
It also has two magic words emblazoned on the front: Commercial and Heavy-Duty. We all have words that elicit a Pavlovian response, mine being “commercial”, “heavy-duty”, and “industrial”. These words could easily be applied to this no-nonsense Satellite.
Such traits greatly appeal to me. I’m not one for superfluous gimmicks and, when dealing with people, if I have to say something, I get straight to the point. Looking at this particular Satellite, it is obvious it possesses many of these glorious traits.
Isn’t it beautiful? Look at it; there’s no vinyl roof.
As an aside, yes, I’d imagine the larger set of bumper guards were added. It’s in New York and perhaps these could be considered a self-defense mechanism.
Contrast that to the most commonly seen form of Ford Torino. Naturally one could get a plain Torino, my parents even bought one new, but it was easier to find a plain Satellite.
The hubcaps are just that – they serve their purpose with nothing more being promised or implied. These do seem far superior in stamina to fancier wheel covers.
The flanks are unencumbered with metal trim, vinyl hangers-on, and any other decorative paraphernalia. This gives insight into the true car, not the car as presented by those wishing to make a sale, a car covered in decoration.
This Satellite presents itself in a figurative nudity, letting its true and natural self shine through. There’s a lot to like here. We periodically talk about honest cars; this Plymouth is as honest and unpretentious as any car ever built. Such elegant simplicity should be celebrated.
The reason for my carrying the Mopar B-body torch can be summarized by any one of these pictures. This car has an appeal that escapes many but once it’s captured you, there is no going back. The world is truly a better place for this Satellite being so down to earth.
1977-1978 Plymouth Fury by JS
1971 Plymouth Satellite by JS
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I am selling an original 426 wedge 1965 Plymouth Satellite with an automatic transmission. It should be an easy project. It is in very good condition and most of the trim has been polished professionally. The paint has some dings and scratches but could be touched up for a driver quality. Someone had pushed the car or pulled it with the grill valance. I bent it back (see picture). The underneath side of the car has been painted black but the floorboards look original and in good shape. They still have the undercoating on them. I called and talked to the original owner and he still has the original window sticker. He bought it new in Kansas City. The fender tag number matches the radiator support. The story is the original owner installed a hemi in it at some time. Then he took it apart to restore it. He painted it and then needed money for his family so he sold it to a Mopar collector who started gathering parts and having parts polished. The second owner also got the original engine and rearend with the car. Then the second owner passed away and the man that I bought it from had bought it from the collector's widow but someone else had supposedly ripped off a bunch of parts from the widow before he got it. Some of the parts including the rearend were from this car. It looks like most of the trim is there but there are some pieces missing. I left the polished pieces in the packages. I tried to lay it out to show what is there. The engine is stamped A426 with a build date of 7/23/64 but I do not know if it is the original. It has the original air breather but the chrome is in poor condition. It does turn over. The rear glass is missing but the rest of the glass is there. The rear side glass tracks are there but the door window tracks are missing. I found a receipt for restoring the two vent windows and the price was $1050.00 so I am sure he spent a bunch for polishing all the trim. I installed a rearend out of a 1965 Belvedere that I parted out years ago. I also installed the bumpers from that car. I removed the hemi K-member and installed an original one. The bumpers need to be rechromed/replaced but at least the brackets are there. It looks like he installed a new gas tank, gas line, master cylinder, and all the brake lines except the rearend lines. The grill has been restored and still in the wrapper. The interior is all new including seat covers, headliner, dash pad, sunvisors, package tray, glove box, radio speaker, and carpet. The carpet does have some stained spots or faded spots. The main items that I know are missing are the console, shift knob, gas pedal, steering wheel, door panels, glove box door, hood ornament, parking lights, reverse lights, hood latches, door latches, door handles, interior window/door handles, armrests, rear glass and some trim pieces. I am sure there are some smaller items but what you see is what I have and what you get. This car will be worth a lot of money when restored. Please do not bid if you have 0 feedback without contacting me first. I will prefer a bank wire transfer or else cash.
1972 Plymouth Satellite 1972 Plymouth Satellite factory show car, like roadrunner, GTX
Selling my 1972 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus Factory Show Car! Vin#0002. The very first Satellite Sebring Plus for 1972. Vin#0001 was a satellite but not with the premium "Plus" package. I purchased this car with the intentions of restoring it at my shop but have come across the opportunity to purchase a vehicle that I have had my eye on for some time and wish to free up my time and money for that project. I purchased this vehicle just a couple of months ago off of ebay so I believe the original add is still available to view. This vehicle is highly optioned with power windows, A/C, floor mounted cassette recorder (I have the factory chrysler microphone for this unit), bucket seats with fold down front armrest/seat, and 318 2 barrel. It is factory rallye red as also indicated in the data tag. The data tag is labelled job #211 with a second data tag stamped "show Car". The car is in need of a restoration but is very solid in my opinion. I have used the maximum amount of pictures allowed by ebay so I focused on photographing the structure and floors instead of taking a bunch of glamour shots. I do have many more photos that I can send upon request. The floor is very solid except the drivers side front pan. The rockers are solid as are the front frame rails and core support. The trunk is very solid. both quarters are solid and usable but need replacement panels in the lower quarters. The trunk opening is very nice. I stripped the decklid and found to much rust in the lower lip so I decided to not repair it and look for a replacement decklid. I still have the old decklid that who ever purchases the vehicle is welcome too but I suggest buying a replacement. The passenger side door was damaged beyond repair. It appears to me that someone backed into something with the door open, creasing the door and back edge of the passengers side front fender. Both fenders need work but could be salvaged if someone wanted to put the time into them. The hood is useable. The lower front and rear valances are in nice/solid condition. The engine compartment is nice/complete and unmolested. The motor turns over but I never attempted to start it. This car came from the factory with electronic ignition. This car has brand new tires on all 4 corners. The interior is complete and in decent condition. The headliner has a few minor holes. I have checked everywhere except the headliner for a broadcast sheet without any luck, both front seats need upholstery due to seams parting in the lower portions. I have the ignition and lock keys for this car. I am selling my car with a Bill of Sale only but I can obtain a title if required by your state for an additional $500. Many states do not require a title for a vehicle past a certain age. It is up to the buyer to verify what their state requires. Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer but I can assist in loading. This car steers and rolls. My shop is easily accessed by any size transport truck. I use a company frequently, they have very reasonable rates and travel all over the country. Please ask any questions you may have. I have an excellent ebay rating and wish to keep it. Again this is a project car but is worth doing. These body style mopars are increasing in popularity. Be the only guy at a car show with a factory show car! The last picture shows the cover of the 1972 sales brochure that is included with the car. My car is an exact copy of the cover car. It may have been the model for the cover but I have no evidence of this other then being an exact copy of the cover car. Thanks for looking!
Plymouth : Satellite 2 Door Hardtop 1966 arizona rust free numbers matching big block plymouth satellite
Posted Over 1 Month
I am selling my 1966 Plymouth Satellite please read the entire auction and call with any questions before bidding. The story on this car is that I went to look at this car a few years ago as a parts car for another 1966 I had that needed a lot of body work. I found this car in Phoenix Arizona sitting on blocks on a cement slab in someone's back yard and that's where this car had been sitting since around 1985. It had a seized up 318 small block in it and the interior was already mostly removed. As far as I have been able to find out I am the second owner other than the gentleman who passed and his daughter. As I talked to the person selling the car it turned out there were more parts in the garage. It turns out they still had the original motor (361 big block not very common ) the original 727 transmission and jut about every part that was originally on the car including the original radiator. all covered in sawdust. I also have the original certacard with the strip still on it but there was no build sheet. The body on this car is amazing when you know how prone to rust they are. There is one half dollar spot below the drivers side windshield that is not even a hole yet. Other than that there is NOTHING as far as rot, just surface rust and the car is really straight. The right front fender was aftermarket from years ago which I already replaced with a good original steel panel from my other car. this car is a numbers matching big block that is a body shop dream. Trunk, floor, extensions, quarters, rockers, doors, etc are all great. the front windshield is cracked. I sold the other one and began the process of buying parts and machining the engine to restore this car to its original everything. I have spent countless thousands of dollars on this project. Unfortunately I must sell my baby after a recent car accident and financial difficulties have made it impossible for me to continue. New parts I have already bought and collected: Interior parts from Legendary Interiors Seat upholstery front and rear including foam pads and stuffing in the original Citron green all four new door panels and deck lid in same Citron green new molded carpet again in original green Transmission and Torque converter are rebuilt by a local professional and ready to install. The engine has all been machined, cleaned and bored with all bearings, and freeze plugs are new. The rods have been redone with new pistons, rings, wrist pins all sized to the correct cylinder and numbered and ready to assemble on the .010 under crank (original) with the new bearings all provided. I have everything you need to assemble this motor like new EXCEPT the cam shaft. the old one is there but I didn't decide if I was going bone stock two barrel or slight cam and four barrel. I have several other things that I have collected to complete this project correctly which is too much to list. you get the Idea this is a half to three quarters finished project. I believe I have everything for this car and some extras. I have a clean title for this car which states the car only has 0003038 original miles box A title. which is a screw up because the title should state 103038. Please call with any questions David (602)573-0644 I WILL NOT GIVE THIS CAR AWAY SO PLEASE BE SERIOUS.
Plymouth : Satellite 66 plymouth satellite rare 1 of 503 hemi 4 speeds
Built 3/25/66 Lynch Road Assembly, Detroit, MI VIN RP23-H61-240525 Shipped 4/17/66 to Secord Chrysler Plymouth, Meriden, CT I found this Satellite in eastern Pennsylvania with 86,000 miles on the odometer, 6000 of which had been put on since 1970! It still had the original alternator, water pump, starter, carbs, distributor, master cylinder, wheel cylinders, shifter, and of course engine, transmission, and differential. All of these items are still correct and original to the car. The car was purchased new at Secord Chrysler Plymouth in Meriden, Connecticut, by Richard and Kaye Patterson. Secord Chrysler Plymouth was famous for selling Hi Performance cars in the area in the 60’s and early 70’s. The Patterson’s were a middle aged couple when they made the purchase and bought the car as their only form of transportation. The only modifications they made were to add “Richard” and “Kaye” on the chrome molding on the dash below the ignition key and glove box, respectively (see pictures). They also had the car undercoated before driving it home. They drove the car a lot and put a lot of miles on it the first six or seven years. Included are the notes that Richard kept showing tire changes and brake changes. Some of the key dates and mileages are: New Tires front and rear39,300 miles7/5/68 2 BFG on rear 42,972 miles7/25/68 Pirellis on front 72,620 miles6/9/70 Pirellis off front 80,247 miles9/20/70 Remington’s on front80,247 miles9/20/70 As you can see, they drove the car! Nothing to this point had been replaced except the tires, brakes, oil, and filters. In 1969 the car was paid off. A copy of the title indicating when it was paid off is included. In the early 70’s, the car began to run rough and it was suspected that the rear carburetor was bad. After several failed attempts to rebuild the carb by several local experts, the carb was removed, left in the trunk, and the car parked. The car was last inspected and registered in 1973, as evidenced by the inspection sticker that remained on the windshield until last year. The Patterson’s later moved to the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania area, where they became friends with Delores McAlister and her husband. The four became good friends, but the Satellite was never used during their friendship because it had a “bad carb”. In 1999, Mrs. McAlister and her husband were looking for a retirement plan and were leary of the stock market and the future that it held. They read an article in the local paper about the 50 best automotive investments. Mrs. McAllister was very proud to show me the article where the 66 Satellite Hemi was #33. Mrs. McAlister and her husband bought the car from their aging friends for an undisclosed amount of money and they had at least part of their retirement plan! They also bought a 79 Trans Am, another Mopar, and an MG! Soon after purchasing the car, their son began a light restoration project on the car. It included having the engine and transmission professionally rebuilt, and having the car painted. When the engine was disassembled the real root of the issue was obvious; the cup plug had fallen out of the bottom of the intake manifold and crankcase gases were being sucked into the intake. That was quickly fixed with some skillful TIG welding. The car was once again road ready in the early 2000’s. Mrs. McAlister and her husband drove it on nice days but put very few miles on it. Once again something began to make noise and caused the car to be parked. The Dana 60 differential was making a very loud growling noise! As a result, the car sat for 10+ years once again. When I bought the car from Mrs. McAlister, she told me the history of the car, and gave me every bit of paperwork that she had for the car including the original window sticker, a copy of the past titles, and a copy of when the car was paid off in 1969 by Mr. and Mrs. Patterson. The original master cylinder was leaking, the differential sounded like a bag of broken glass, but the engine ran well and the transmission was perfect. The restoration wasn’t flawless, but nothing was ruined or lost in the years of storage and minor use. The window sticker from the last required Pennsylvania inspection was still on the windshield. It was dated 1973. In a true testament to the car sitting for so long, the ring gear was solid rust on the half that was not submerged in the diff fluid. The main case bearings had spun, requiring some tricky machine work on a boring mill, and some special shims to bring it back to its durable original condition. It sports the stock 3.54:1 ratio. I restored the car over the past year and have done it to the best of my knowledge exactly as it was delivered in 1966 to Mr. and Mrs. Patterson. I chose to leave the undercoating on the floorpans since it was in perfect shape and allows me to enjoy the car and use it and drive it without having to clean the underneath. The car is correct numbers matching down to every mechanical part. VON: 6132502201 (also stamped on rear side of core support in front of radiator) Engine Block Stamp Pad: BH 426 2 10 18Built February 10th, 18 engine built that day Stamped on oil pan machined face:??-7-66 Block Cast Numbers: 2468330-2 8 16 65 cast date Head Casting Dates: A 14 6 and A 19 6 cast dates LH Exh Manifold: 278050111 11 5 cast date RH Exh Manifold: 27805081 5 6 cast date TransmissionA8332 6 65 cast date on main case This car is 100% correct numbers matching alternator, starter, water pump, carbs, shifter, master cylinder, wiper motor, engine, trans, diff. The interior is 100% original restored except the carpeting and package tray which are new. All of the glass is untouched original to the car and has been buffed to restore and remove any light scratches. All of the aluminum and stainless trim has been restored to perfection. The floor pans still carry the original undercoating that was applied when it left the dealer. The floor pans are absolutely perfect in the car. The suspension and K Frame have been restored. The car runs and drives like the day it was new. The transmission and diff have been restored and rebuilt with all new seals and synchronizers and gears. The engine has been professionally balanced and blueprinted. The carbs are restored and replated and operate perfectly. The 5 rims are the correct 66 Hemi only rims wearing reproduction Blue Streak 7.75-14 tires. The factory console mounted tach works perfectly. Down payment of $2000 will be accepted on Paypal, the rest will be due in cash upon pickup of the car near the Detroit area. Jeff 313 363 8093 Please call with any questions. Many more pictures available of the restoration. Original Paperwork: Original Window Sticker IBM card Chrysler Historical society documentation Dealer checkin sheet Invoice Owner's manual and all owners paperwork All original receipts for tires and brakes through 1973 when it was parked Payoff note when car was paid off in 1969 Title transfer to 2nd owner who I bought it from
Plymouth : Satellite mopar roadrunner GTX
Posted Over 1 Month
1970 HP 440 , 727, DANA 60, DISC BRAKE, POWER STEERING , I have owned this for the last 2 years and have spent $15k on lots of goodies. and you get the receipts, 4 inches added to rear tubs, new super stock springs moved in with us tool adjustable 3 heights, 16 inches tire clearance ! custom frame connectors, new trunk with drop pans and lower quarters, clean solid carFRONT SUSPENSION all new PST master poly kit , joints, bushings and 1 inch lower big block torsion bars, hellwig sway bar, new shocks,new steering box , pump , lines , pulley.BRAKES new master cylinder, front pads and lines, rear pads, turned, cylinders, new hard lines , hosesE BRAKE all 3 new cables, footbrake rebuilt works perfectDANA 60 TRUE MOPAR locker posi 354 gears, new axle seals, new u joints for drive lineENGINE 1970 super commando, 484 bump stick, popps nice through 2.5 inch, flowmaster pipes , new deep oil pan, new pass side engine mount, new holley 770cfm, carb, edelbrock 110 gph fuel pump, holley fuel pressure reg, 6AN lines, new distributor, chrome mopar ecu, new plug wires, cap rotor, new valve coversTRANSMISSION 727 new mount , deep panCOOLING new 700 hp champion , radiator, new shroud , 160 high flow t stat, new hosesELECTRICAL all works, new battery, spent $2100 on getting , horn, window washer, dome lights, dash lights, new speaker, new antenna for radio, new fuel gauge, new tri gauges and auto meter shift light and tachHEATER new core, box been refurbishedTIRES newBODY solid west coast car , has roadrunner trim FLOOR wire wheeled and prepped and painted black see picPAINT about 7 years old, could use fresh coat, rear quarters need blended in, factory B5 blueINTERIOR factory blue, looks factoryits ready for pro touring or pro street set up ! or roadrunner/ GTX call 541 848 7966 Don clean Oregon title
Plymouth : Satellite Sport 1970 plymouth satellite with big block 440 7.2 l roadrunner gtx
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
I have 1970 Plymouth Satellite. Big block 440. Complete car. Needs restoration. Has rust in common for this model places. Frame is not rusted. Car is not running now. Has been sitting for long time. Sold as is. Clean title in handsCar is located in Oklahoma city. Contact me 469-seven77-261two Txt is best way reaching me. Local pick up only.
Plymouth : Satellite 478 hemi 621 hp ivy green beautifully restored
Photo Viewer 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner 478 Hemi, 621hp, Ivy Green, Beautifully Restored VIEW OTHER AUCTIONS ASK SELLER QUESTION Vital Information Year Make Model Mileage 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner 96,292 Exterior Interior Stock # VIN Ivy Green (F6) Black X1620 RH23F9E170792 Engine Hemi Photos Description 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner Call 440-914-0000 or email [email protected] Plymouth Roadrunner 478 ci Hemi 621 hp Gorgeous Ivy Green 96,292 miles Automatic 727 Torqueflite transmission Wow what a car! If you're in need of incredible Hemi horse power wrapped in a classic package that doesn't require all the inherent stress of documented authenticity, we can offer you this clear solution. The recipient of an exquisite restoration, this sweet coupe is a perfect example of an ultra-straight, head turning car finished in Ivy Green (F6). Nestled in storage for over 15 years, this once dusty Plymouth was brought to Ohio from Texas where it received a comprehensive restoration from a very particular Mopar enthusiast. The body panels on this car are original and remain in exceptional condition. Factory weld spots look almost as they did when it rolled off the assembly line. Under the hood you'll discover a rebuilt 478 cubic inch Hemi pumping out 621 horses, fortified in Hemi orange. Dual Holley carburetors feed it fuel. This car's interior has been returned to new condition – from the steering column, to the seat covers and headliner – it is pristine. The quilted bench seat welcomes you while the wood grained steering wheel frames the center horn button which showcases the famous Road Runner. If you're looking for a Mopar that is exceptionally solid, meticulously restored with that awesome Hemi power, you owe it to yourself to inquire more about this car. The high gloss green and straight body lines will certainly turn heads. It does ours every time we walk by! At the Motor Car Group, we're enthusiasts first. We want you to enjoy your new car from the minute it's delivered and the trailer door drops. Before a car leaves our shop, it's gone through comprehensively, both visually and mechanically. We do more than just kick the tires, though: We fill your tires with nitrogen, road test (if the weather permits us here in Cleveland!) and clean it inside and out. We buff the paint using a three-step process immediately before it's taken away so that it gleams when it arrives. Every car we sell, from Sunday drivers through the rarest exotics, is meant to be driven--get out there! If you have any questions before, during or after the sale, do not hesitate to contact us. It's what we're here for! Call us at (440) 914-0000, write us at [email protected] or stop by and see the new shop at 6441 Davis Industrial Parkway, Solon OH 44139. We're 26 miles from Cleveland Hopkins Airport and we can pick you up when you come to inspect or purchase your car. We welcome any prospective buyers, their buyer's agents or inspectors from Monday through Friday during business hours, as well as evenings and weekends by appointment. We're car people who love what we do, and you'll feel it from the first time you contact us. Give the R&H crew the opportunity to serve you: Our passion and attention to detail set us apart. Price While current or recent model year cars are simple to price, the collector car market fluctuates so much that simply keeping up is a full-time job. We research similar cars and determine the price of ours based on sales records and relative conditions of those vehicles. We offer superior examples that hold their value better or will appreciate more than others you will find: Whether you're buying a car you'll keep forever or as a short term hold, a car from us is simply a better value. Contact Information If you want to make an offer, or talk about the Buy It Now price, call Larry at (440) 914-0000 or email me at [email protected] Our Dealership Our dealership has been in business since 2003 and we've been selling on eBay Motors for over seven years. Our helpful staff is on hand to help with questions on shipping, financing, vehicle condition or anything else about the buying process. We have done this many times: Please let our experience help you make this a great experience. Financing R&H Motorcar Group offers competitive financing nationwide. We can match or beat many bank rates, and you get the added benefit of a one stop shop. Fill out our easy online application to finance your next vehicle purchase. If you have any questions call Larry at (440) 914-0000 or email [email protected] We Offer: Rates as low as 1.9% Quick and easy online application Pre-approval for auto financing Warranty This vehicle is being sold as is, where is with no warranty, expressed written or implied beyond any balance of manufacturer's warranty (if applicable). The seller shall not be responsible for the correct description, authenticity, genuineness, or defects herein, and makes no warranty in connection therewith. No allowance or set aside will be made on account of any incorrectness, imperfection, defect or damage. Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type. It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the vehicle and to have satisfied himself or she as to the condition and value and to bid based upon that judgment solely. The seller shall and will make every reasonable effort to disclose any known defects associated with this vehicle at the buyer's request prior to the close of sale. Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about the vehicle. Extended Warranty Manufacturer and extended warranties may be available. Please contact me at (440) 914-0100. Shipping We provide free shuttle service from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to our dealership for in-person inspections or for delivery. If you decide to pick up your purchase, make a vacation out of your trip and come see all Cleveland and Northeast Ohio has to offer. We're 20 minutes from downtown, Cleveland Browns Stadium, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Progressive Field, the Cleveland Orchestra and more. Restaurant recommendations, day trips, things to see and do—give us a call at (440) 914-000 and Doug or Jen will help you make your travel arrangements. If you prefer to have your vehicle shipped we have secured great rates with various shipping companies. If you are financing and would like to include the shipping costs into the loan please call me BEFORE securing your financing for a shipping quote. If you prefer to use your own shipping company drop us a line to make arrangements for pickup. Trade-Ins We accept interesting trade-ins—please call or email me, Larry Woo, at (440) 914-0000 or [email protected] Below is an example of the information we need to evaluate your trade in: (Full 17 digit VIN #) Year: 2010 Make: Porsche Model: 911 Trim: Turbo Miles: (Estimated mileage upon arrival) Color (Exterior): Silver Color (Interior): Black Options: Navigation, ceramic brakes, PDK, carbon trim Condition: Scratch on rear bumper and driver’s-side door, ding on passenger door, leather a little worn on driver’s-side front seat, 1k miles on new tires, new brakes and rotors installed 2 months ago History: Clean title, 1-owner, non-smoker, no accidents Photos: 5-15 digital photos are greatly appreciated Total Amount: $59,189.35 Payment: $695/month Bank Name: Wells Fargo Payment Method (For new vehicle purchase): Wire transfer, financing, certified check, or cashier's check Why Buy a Car from R&H Motorcar Group We offer competitive nationwide financing We ship worldwide All of our vehicles have been fully inspected FAQs Does the vehicle look like the pictures? Yes, the photos are taken of the actual vehicle at our location using a digital camera. Additional pictures of any part of any car are available upon request. Where do you get your vehicles? Most of our vehicles come from private collections while some are trade-ins. Does the vehicle have a clean title? Every vehicle we sell has a clear title. There are no liens, no salvage or branded titles due to accidents, floods, manufacturer buybacks, etc. Are you a dealer or private seller? We are a licensed and bonded dealer, and have been in business for over 12 years. You can find our brick-and-mortar store at 6441 Davis Industrial Parkway, Solon OH 44139. What form of payments do you accept? We only accept credit cards or cash in person for the deposit. We strongly suggest wire transfers for the balance but accept cash, cashiers check or a bank check. Please allow proper time for all checks to clear before the vehicle can be released. Terms & Conditions Winning bidder must contact us within 24 hours of auction end, and make arrangements for payment at that time. A $500.00 deposit is due within 24 hours of the auction end. The remaining balance is due within 5 days of Auction end. If no contact is made within 24 hours we reserve the right to re-list the vehicle, sell it to the next high bidder, or sell it otherwise. Most banks and credit unions do not finance vehicles older than 1995: Make sure if financing, your financial institution accepts the year BEFORE bidding. Please arrange financing PRIOR to bidding. Buyer is responsible for pickup or shipping of this vehicle. We ship vehicles frequently and can find you a great rate wherever you're located around the globe. Give us a call for an estimate before you bid or to arrange shipping afterwards. We describe our vehicles as accurately as possible. All the vehicles are pre-owned and may have some minor flaws in the paint or in the interior. 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If the reserve is not met, we reserve the right to contact the high bidder to offer a second chance option. Fee and Tax Information There is a $250 documentation fee on all transactions. The sales tax for the State Of Ohio residents ranges from 6.5% to 8%. If you live in Arizona, California, Florida, Indiana, Massachusetts, Michigan or South Carolina we are REQUIRED through reciprocal agreements to collect your sales tax at the time of purchase and forward it on—you aren't paying twice but your final purchase price will include your tax due. Kindly make sure to call or email us after your purchase for more details. Contact Us Dealer Contact R & H Motorcars Below are a few of the other vehicles currently available from R & H Motorcars 440-914-0000 Welcome to R&H at The Motorcar Group! We offer only top level, investment-grade classic, exotic and muscle cars, expertly prepared and thoroughly sorted. The collection's inventory is constantly rotating: Please contact us for an appointment and private showing. We have an extensive list of clients and suppliers to find you just the car you're looking for, and we make the process as simple as possible. We offer leasing as well as purchase options, and we deal with creditors on a daily basis. We accept trades in like condition and exclusivity, and many of our clients mold their own collections with our assistance. Feel free to browse our inventory online, request more information about vehicles, set up a test drive or inquire about financing. All of our vehicles are kept in an secure, indoor, climate controlled facility. They are checked and maintained regularly to ensure they are in top condition. If you have just a short time to view a car, you can be confident it's cosmetically attractive and mechanically excellent. R&H has also turned out show-winning, built-from-scratch vehicles to our customer's (and our own) specifications. We pride ourselves on not only what we can find for you, but what we can fabricate and finish. Our mechanical staff has decades of experience in repair, upgrading and refining vehicles from the 1920's to the present, from pedestrian transport through the most current of exotics. Our staff members each have at least one specialty car at home, and many have multiple. We are enthusiasts who have found a home here at R&H, and our dedication stems from our desire to be around these cars. We aren't just here for a paycheck: We're here because we love our work. Click on Directions for interactive driving directions and other contact information. We look forward to serving you! Standard Terms and Conditions R&H | MotorCarGroup is a registered eBay user name of RHmotorcars. R&H Collectibles is a Ohio Dealer operating under Ohio License number UDO 14400. R&H Collectibles is located at 6441 Davis Industrial Parkway, Solon, OH 44139. R&H | MotorCarGroup office can be reached at 440-914-0000. At Auction Close Successful Winning bidder must call 440-914-0000 or email [email protected] within 24 hours after the auction has ended to verify purchase and make arrangements to complete the transaction. Within (4) business days of the end of auction, full payment must be received either by bank to bank wire transfer, cashiers-check, approved bank draft, or certified funds. If funds are not received, and an alternate arrangement has not been made, the vehicle can and will be made available to other potential buyers on a first-come, first-serve basis. Our Guarantee We have disclosed as much information as possible about this vehicle and aim to only carry quality pre-owned merchandise. R&H Collectibles recommends vehicles be inspected BEFORE leaving our facility. 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Plymouth : Satellite satellite sebring plus rare 1974 satellite sebring plus 4004v
Eden, North Carolina
1974 Plymouth satellite sebring plus original 400 4v motor, was a d21 option 4spd pistol grip car, now has727 manuaul shift trans, 391 8.75,489 case, ps, pfdb, rear window defogger,p.s.,am/fm radio black, white interior and vinyl top,new in box.comes with all mouldings that are not on the car now, stock flat hood, extra deck lid, interior panels too. car has solid rails ,front floor pans need work, trunk pan does too. lower rear quarters need some attention too. roof is nices shape.interior has 72 style seats, that's the way I got this car back in 1988. I recovered front seats in 1992, with legendary covers , the back seat needs recovering, needs head liner, carpet, dash pad, dash tag is gone, that's the way it came when I purchaced the car.i have the white upper door panels, they are in good shape.this car runs strong, this is believed to be 1of 26 with the 4spd trans that year.from what i was told .it also come with the stock 3:23 open 489 center section,new side marker lights also.the rear tires are from 1988 dry and cracked and need replacing. the k member mounts have been replaced,new front rotors. this will make some one a realy nice car with paint and interior work.any questions,call3364324541
Trim satellite sebring plus
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