440/4-Speed: 1965 Plymouth Belvedere II

Some cars are positively yawn-inducing, while others can leave you breathless. This 1965 Plymouth Belvedere II fits into the second category courtesy of its presentation and drivetrain combination. The company didn’t offer the 440ci V8 in 1965, but that… more»

BF Auction: 1971 Plymouth Duster

When the Duster debuted in 1970, it proved to be a surprise hit for Plymouth. Given how popular the car was with buyers, it was decided to keep changes to a minimum for ’71. This example is a solid… more»

Barn Find! 1933 Plymouth PC Coupe

Frisky bidding has pushed the price of this 1933 Plymouth PC project car here on eBay to $5200. A handsome coupe to be sure, but it needs virtually everything, so what’s driving the price? Well, though it needs plenty… more»

Beefed Up 318 V8: 1973 Plymouth Gold Duster

As a compact, the Plymouth Valiant wasn’t exactly an exciting automobile in the late 1960s. To draw younger buyers into dealer showrooms, the powers-that-be created the Duster fastback in 1970 and it quickly became quite popular. While it shared… more»

Rare 1970 Plymouth AAR ‘Cuda

The third and final generation of the Plymouth Barracuda was in production between 1970 and 1974, but an uncommon one-year-only offering for 1970 was the AAR ‘Cuda, Plymouth’s entry into the Sports Car Club of America’s Trans Am racing… more»

No Reserve Project: 1971 Plymouth Duster

The popularity of the Plymouth Duster seems to still be on the rise among collectors, and while this one’s a complete project the good news is there’s no reserve, so the high bidder has bought themselves a Mopar that… more»

Under the Tent: 1965 Plymouth Satellite Convertible

After a strategic miscue in 1962, Plymouth had downsized its full-size cars to intermediate proportions. By 1965, they had rebounded, and the Fury was a big car once again, leaving the Belvedere to compete with the Chevy Chevelle and… more»

Potent Drop Top: 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible

Some classics achieve legendary status courtesy of exceptional performance, while others do so by hitting the market as the right car at the right time. There are also those where the appearance almost transcends simple automotive styling, bordering on… more»

1 of 429: 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Convertible

Plymouth built the Road Runner for more than a dozen years (if you include the Volare-based version of the late 1970s). But only two of those years included a convertible (1969 and 1970). The first generation of the hot… more»

First-Year Game Changer: 1984 Plymouth Voyager LE

I’ve been around long enough to witness the introduction of two rather revolutionary car categories. And both spearheaded by Lee Iacocca. The first was the Ford Mustang, the original pony car, which came out in 1964 when I was… more»

Factory 426 Hemi/4-Speed 1970 Plymouth Superbird

The Plymouth Road Runner Superbird is one of those cars with looks that most people either love or don’t, but if you’re into the concept of a design whose purpose was to win races it’s hard not to at… more»

Estate Sale Find: 1978 Plymouth Volaré

“America was ready. So was Volaré. The right car at the right time at the right price!” Who am I to argue with a 1978 Volaré brochure, especially when it paints such a rosy picture of these cars? This… more»

19k Original Miles: 1969 Plymouth Belvedere Sedan

Sometimes, a classic car doesn’t need all the bells and whistles or neck-snapping performance to be appealing. Simplicity, practicality, and affordability can be prime considerations for an enthusiast on a budget, which is where cars like this 1969 Plymouth… more»

Real Barn Find: 1973 Plymouth ‘Cuda 340

The Plymouth Barracuda was nearing the end of its lifespan by 1973, and while the car was declining in terms of performance compared to just a couple of years prior at least the design team let the basic third-generation… more»

Stored 30 Years: 1971 Plymouth Satellite Sebring

In 1965, the Satellite became the top trim level on the mid-size Belvedere. When the B-bodied Chrysler intermediates were redesigned in 1971, the coupes and sedans/wagons got separate styling and sheet metal. That’s when the Sebring designation joined the… more»

Restored in 2015: 1970 Plymouth Fury III

The Fury III was Plymouth’s equivalent of the Chevrolet Impala and the Ford Galaxie 500. But as was the case with other Chrysler products, it typically came in third place in sales behind the other two. This 1970 edition… more»