800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1972 Plymouth Scamp not only has distinct Mopar hardtop rarity, but also V8 power, an A/C interior, and a great vintage feel. So it's a nice classic for quite a nice price.
This one has a great vintage attitude. After all, the white vinyl roof draws even more attention to the desirable pillarless hardtop that the Plymouth Scamp and its Dodge Dart Swinger sibling had. It's also a nice complementing color to the factory-correct light blue. These Scamps have a great look with the distinct pointed front bumper, form-fitting rear one, and an overall sleek style that makes these one of the most substantial-looking compacts of the era. That's why it's great to have this one represented so completely.
Inside the sea of blue continues. Everything looks highly original, and so it's believed to be a survivor-grade setup - right down to the artful texture of cloth seat inserts. There's more evidence of the well-respected life with the level of detail on this classic. It's everywhere from the premium wood-like accents, to the factory-style AM/FM radio that's still craning out tunes. While these were smaller cars by 1970s standards, today they feel quite spacious to accommodate family and friends. Plus, the factory air conditioning has been converted to R134a to keep everyone comfortably cool. But even when it's just you going for a drive, the split front bench has a fold-down armrest to make it feel like you're in a high-back bucket seat. So you'll love cruising this hardtop ant any time, no matter how many come along for the ride.
The engine bay has the look of originality, and so you'll be quite happy to know this is a year-correct 318 cubic-inch V8. This one fires up and runs with the feeling of a well-respected classic, and its smooth idle really makes it feel nice when you're at the stoplights. Plus, the power steering and a three-speed automatic transmission are there to make sure this vintage Mopar remains a terrific cruiser.
Well-presented and nicely-priced, this Scamp is the classic value you've been searching for. So don't this V8 A/C hardtop slip away. Call now!
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