Near Mint: 1978 Plymouth Sapporo

To this day, the Plymouth Sapporo and Dodge Colt Challengers remain two of the more interesting outcomes of the Chrysler / Mitsubishi partnership that materialized in the 1970s. Essentially a Mitsubishi Galant Lambda in drag, this… more»

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Well Loved Wagon: 1961 Plymouth Valiant Wagon

Station wagons can often lead a life as harsh as a pickup truck. With the ability to haul family and friends, with various odds and ends, a wagon can live a precarious life for sure. This… more»

Great Expectations: 1999 Plymouth Prowler

This 1999 Plymouth Prowler has just 6,100 miles from new and is a desirable later production example equipped with the more powerful 3.5L V6. Said to be a collector car stored carefully since new, the seller… more»

4-Door, 4-Speed, 4-Barrel: 1967 Plymouth Fury

Sometimes when searching craigslist for a cool old classic, you will often be met by 4-door cars that are often not as desirable as their 2-door variants. But this 4-door left the factory with a 4-barrel… more»

Sport’n Survivor: 1969 Plymouth Sport Fury

Large scale coupes are always neat to look at as their proportions are somewhat massive. This Sport Fury has large proportions, but is really a stunner with its coloring, and fantastic survivor condition.  Having only covered… more»

Super Suburban: 1954 Plymouth Plaza Wagon

With the Korean War in the rearview mirror and government restrictions lifted, Plymouth had high hopes for it’s mildly-redesigned 1954 models. This 1954 Plymouth Plaza Wagon, or Suburban Wagon, is a two-owner Colorado car and it’s… more»

Disco Isn’t Dead: 1977 Plymouth Sport Fury

Regularly typecast as police cars for television shows, the Fury also has a “sporty” side.  This 1977 Sport Fury was recently used in a Valvoline commercial due to its nice survivor appearance, although it looks like… more»

1986 Revisited – Part 5: Deals on Wheels

Here is yet another installment from my recently rediscovered 1986 “Deals on Wheels” magazine. This is the American Iron Edition. This first car is one that you may never have seen before.. IF YOU LIVE ON MARS!.. Ok, sorry…. more»

Movie Look Alike: 1958 Plymouth Belvedere

Belvederes have always been great looking cars, but upon the movie “Christine” being made it would seem these cars are more desired than ever, yet almost impossible to find. Although appearing a bit like a basket… more»

EXCLUSIVE: Bob’s 1967 Plymouth Barracuda HO Ragtop

Seller Description: 3rd owner, lost interest in this project. This is one rare fish, only 187 produced factory muscle car. Matching motor & chassis numbers. 4 speed. Motor ran when removed from vehicle. Only interested buyers please.

77,250 Mile Survivor: 1969 Plymouth GTX

It is amazing what you may find on a farm. This 1969 GTX is being auctioned off as part of an estate with a great deal of tractor and farming related items. Unfortunately the owner has passed away,… more»

18,000 Miles! 1980 Plymouth Volare

“Volare, oh, oh.. Cantare, oh, oh, oh, oh”.. I highly doubt if Dean Martin owned this 1980 Plymouth Volare, but you never know. No, he didn’t own it, or probably anything like it. That’s not to say… more»

Impressive Scoop: 1972 Plymouth Scamp Drag Car

Acquiring a race car with historic provenance is almost always a pricey proposition. But you can rather easily get into a former drag car for far less money, though you’ll sacrifice some historic pedigree in the… more»