Plymouth 1955-1976 - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Plymouth 1955-1976

Big, finned Plymouths were cheap fodder in the USA but super-cool prestige cars in 1950s Australia. Then came the 1961 credit crunch and the end for official Plymouth imports.

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Due to cost we also didn’t see the Sport Fury which today is still scarce and double the price of a Belvedere.

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Plymouths that appeal most to performance car lovers are the Road Runners, especially when fitted with 7.4-litre engines and perhaps a ‘six-pack’ of carburettors. These can make $150,000, with early ‘383’ versions around $70,000.

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The late-1960s Satellite and GTX were scarcely seen here as new cars and recent imports will usually be LHD. Also worth a look and priced below $30,000 are Fury two-doors, also from the 1960s.  

Savoy/Belvedere 1957-61 $31,750 [4] 

Fury 1962-70 $29,675 [5]

Road Runner 1967-69 $89,000 [4] 

Road Runner 1970-72 $118,750 [4]

Satellite/GTX 1966-71 $54,140 [7] 

Satellite 1972-76 $31,000 [3]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.


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