Plymouth

1999 Plymouth Prowler with 8,050 Genuine Miles!

For many people, purchasing a new car will represent the second largest financial investment they will make after the family home. Most will approach the matter logically to ensure they secure a vehicle that best suits their needs. They… more»

Super Solid: 1973 Plymouth Barracuda

The new owner of this 1973 Plymouth Barracuda will face a few choices in their quest to return the classic to its rightful place on our roads. One they won’t need to consider will be how to tackle rust… more»

Collection of Cars in Cheyenne, Wyoming

The downside of collecting cars is that once you pass away, it’s left to your loved ones to either maintain or dispose of what you’ve amassed. And more times than not, they don’t share your passion for this car… more»

Numbers Matching! 1972 Plymouth ‘Cuda 340

Plymouth’s “pony car,” the Barracuda, was reborn in 1970, finally shedding its six-year heritage with the Valiant compact. The new E-body platform was exclusive to the Barracuda and Dodge’s new Challenger, though they shared no sheet metal. Sales increased… more»

Solid Roller: 1972 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus

The Satellite was Plymouth’s mid-size entry between 1965-74, starting as an upscale Belvedere before becoming a series of its own. During the car’s third-generation (1971-74), the Sebring Plus would be its high-end model before being replaced by the Chrysler… more»

Bring a Dump Truck! 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda 340

“Blown apart” is how some folks describe their project cars after removing everything from the body. Never has a car looked more blown apart than this 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda in Oxford, New York. The seller describes it as a… more»

Amazing 1969 Plymouth Road Runner Hemi Survivor!!!

The Plymouth Road Runner was an absolute success when the first ones hit the street in 1968. They were a return to what the muscle car was originally about, an affordable performance car. You didn’t get any fancy interior… more»

Original 440/Six-Pack: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner Coupe

The Plymouth Road Runner was a genuine muscle car with no bells or whistles. For buyers who couldn’t justify the expense of ordering their new Plymouth with the fire-breathing Hemi under the hood, the company introduced the A12 option… more»

Cordoba’s Cousin: 1978 Plymouth Sport Fury

The Plymouth Sport Fury debuted in the late 1950s and could be thought of as the forerunner of the Chevy Impala Super Sport of the 1960s. The car would evolve over the next couple of decades, becoming a personal… more»

Loaded and Original! 1970 Plymouth Road Runner

Garaged since 1985, this 1970 Plymouth Road Runner in Ventura, California accumulated all its miles in the hands of the original owners. Whether the odometer has seen 22,831 or 122,831, this California classic is well-preserved and light years ahead… more»

Built 360: 1973 Plymouth Duster

While originality is always a desirable attribute for a classic car, sometimes we need to find a vehicle that isn’t standard but offers an enjoyable driving experience designed to plaster a smile on our faces. That is the opportunity… more»

Carport Find: 440 Equipped 1966 Plymouth Belvedere

Looking tough is hard when you’re wearing some kind of kids’ giant watermelon-looking inflatable toy as a hat. Luckily, this 1966 Plymouth Belvedere in North Augusta, South Carolina doesn’t have to look intimidating; its 440 cubic inch mill can… more»

413 “Super Stock” V8: 1964 Plymouth Belvedere

The Belvedere was part of Plymouth’s arsenal from 1954 to 1970, serving in a variety of roles in the lineup. For 1962-64, they had intended to be full-size cars but had been downsized due to some bad intel about… more»

Lemon Twist 340! 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda

Rusty Mopars pretty much sell themselves, and this 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda in Allen, Texas is far from the rustiest or worst specimen we’ve seen. An original FY1 Lemon Twist yellow 340 car, set off by a black vinyl top,… more»

Original Paint: 1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda

Some classics wear the title of a genuine muscle car, while others are pretenders to the crown. This 1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda leaves us with no doubt that it’s the real deal, making it one of the most desirable… more»

360 V8 Muscle! 1972 Plymouth Duster

The Duster was created in 1970 to draw more youthful buyers into the Plymouth fold. That included a budget-minded muscle car, the Duster 340 with a small-block V8 of that engine displacement. The seller’s 1972 edition looks like one… more»