1974 Plymouth Satellite - today's Mopar tempter

By: Guy Allen, Unique cars magazine

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WIld styling screams seventies muscle car

1974 Plymouth Satellite - today's Mopar tempter
Loud and proud - this is the epitome of a seventies muscle car.

Nothing screams seventies muscle quite as loud as this red and black colour combo, with giant air scoops in the snout and a big wing out back.

Plymouth's Satellite range was a mid-sized car for the period, based on the Chrysler B platform.

In fact, this was the last year the Satellite name was used for the range - the Fury name was moved across to this platform for the next model year. Much of the mechanical DNA was shared by the Cuda and Road Runner.

At the time, you could get a Satellite as a sedan, wagon or coupe, in a huge variety of variations.

This example runs Chrysler's much-loved 340 V8, tied to an auto. The seller says a lot of the compnents are new and the car presents well.

Located in Vic, it's priced at $39,500.



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