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Mopar's B bodies are a ton of fun, and they just get better when the top goes down and there's a big V8 under the hood. So when you can get this 1965 Plymouth Satellite Convertible finished in a glossy red with black interior, you know this is true head-turning and tire-burning classic.
Plymouth produced less than 2,000 convertible versions of their '65 Belvedere in the premium Satellite trim. That makes this rare and complete ragtop instantly appealing. The Plymouth Ruby paint is factory-correct, and it has been given the kind of professional respray that makes it look terrific when the sunshine hits this droptop. Plus, it really has all the classic elements right, like the big chrome bumpers, mesh grille, complete trim (including hood ornament), and factory-style wheel covers. And that white convertible top is crisp, and it goes nicely with the whitewall tires. So not only do you look good, but you'll also likely be the only one of your kind at the car shows.
With the flip of a switch the power convertible top smoothly powers down. And while we like the way this Plymouth looks with the roof on, it gets even better when it's down. That's because there's arguably no better classic color combo than red with a black interior. And this one feels fresh from the right investments. Just like the exterior, the up-market Satellite is distinct and premium, right down to the Plymouth emblems embossed into the bucket seats. When you slip behind the wheel, it instantly feels like premium '60s cruising. The style of the time was chrome, and that's what you get on the full dash (framing the heater and AM radio), center console, and even on the inner ring of the steering wheel.
The awesomely classic look extends to under the hood, too. It's a good thing this looks so nice, because there will be plenty of people who will want to marvel at the 426 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. The bright air cleaner and valve covers give this good flair, and there are great details, right down to the correct Mopar decals. Topped with a four-barrel carburetor, the big V8 is a true muscle machine. It's matched with a stout A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic that was built for the extra power, and there's even power brakes for added stopping power.
This is a powerful and rare Mopar convertible that looks fresh everywhere, right down to the undercarriage photos. So if you want something unique and awesome, call today!
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