Plymouth 1936-1972 - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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2020 Market Review - Plymouth 1936-1972

Plymouth was seen as an unlikely source of serious muscle machinery but still produced some crackers. Best of the 1950s crop were ‘Christine’ Fury hardtops which appeared well before the brand started slotting Hemi motors into its Belvederes. We don’t see a lot of those here and bringing a 1960s car from the USA, allowing for all the associated costs, is a $100K challenge.

However we do have reasonable stocks of the iconic Road Runner, Belvedere GTX and Satellite. Road Runners with the basic 6.3-litre V8 engine and auto transmission are becoming inexplicably expensive, with vendors pushing some cars past $80,000.

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Pre-1950s Plymouths once were seen as inexpensive weekend cruisers but demand sees them headed for $35,000.

All Models 1936-48 $31,625 [4]

All Models 1949-56 $21,390 [4]

Fury/Belvedere 1957-61 $47,000 [1]

Fury/Belvedere 1962-70 $47,240 [6]

Road Runner 1967-72 $77,625 [4]

Satellite/GTX 1966-71 $48,480 [5]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2020 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.

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From Unique Cars #447, December 2020

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