Plymouth 1936-1972 - 2021 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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2021 Market Review - Plymouth 1936-1972

With bodies assembled locally until the 1950s, Australia saw plenty of early Plymouths but not many of the later, fully imported models.

1950s Plymouths were diverse in design, starting the decade with drab and slow side-valve models and ending it with the fast, finned Fury Hardtop which today can reach $50,000.

Local Plymouth sales stopped in 1959 and the local Belvederes and Furys that survive from those years have been supplemented by recent arrivals.

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High-performance Mopars took time to be appreciated in Australia and just 10 years ago it was hard to find a Satellite or Road Runner. Today’s asking prices seem to be tracking the North American market, where basic versions of both models in excellent order make US$50-60,000.

All Models 1949-56 $22,335 [3]

Fury/Belvedere 1957-61 $48,335 [3]

Fury/Belvedere 1962-70 $32,550 [8]

Road Runner 1967-72 $97,980 [6]

Satellite/GTX 1966-71 $84,335 [3]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2021 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.

| 2020 Market Review: Plymouth 1936-1972


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