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There are plenty of Mopars that like to wow you with their outrageous presentation, but this 1972 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus goes in a different direction. Quite period-correct, including its original V8, this is true nostalgia on wheels.
Fiesta Green Poly is a great factory-correct color on a 1970s classic like this. After all, it represents the era correctly. There has been a respray later in life. So it has a nice glow in the sunlight, but it doesn't lose the look and feel of originality. This was built right before the bumper laws dictated style, and so you have some of the most impressive ones ever put on a car. Up front the chrome king surrounds the grille and frames the headlights, and in the rear, it's expertly integrated into the design on the sheetmetal and taillights. The Sebring Plus was the true top of the style and price ladder (even more expensive than a Road Runner.) So it has a terrific vintage upscale look with the half vinyl roof and the trim line that runs the full length while rolling over the wheel arches. Even the upgraded American Racing Torq Thrust wheels are a nice classic piece that give this a premium look without jeopardizing the vintage feel.
More of that cool 1970s appeal happens when you open the door. The highly-stylized split bench seat has durable green vinyl, a nice stitching pattern, and even comfortable cloth inserts for where you sit. It's the right mix of vintage and proper replacements so that it's complete and feels nice. You'll love all the correct features from the factory three-spoke steering wheel to the ultra-wide speedometer. These might have been Plymouth's intermediate coupes back in the day, but today that means spacious seating up to six. And since this will be great for family and friends, you have some worthwhile upgrades. Some are subtler, like the provisions for R134a air conditioning. The AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input for your iPod is a bit more obvious, but after all, an all-day classic cruiser like this deserves modern driving tunes.
In a coupe this 70s-correct it's great to see the numbers-matching motor under the hood. More than just the original 318 cubic-inch V8, it has all the right details like the light blue block and stock components. But you can also see by the fresh fundamentals like the belts, wires, and hoses that this has received proper maintenance. This motor is all about smoothness and torque, making it the perfect vintage cruiser. Plus, with a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes with discs up front, you'll truly have an easy time behind the wheel. There's even cruise control on this vintage premium Mopar!
Striking and interesting, this one gives you all the right upgrades within a vintage package to truly enjoy classic motoring. So when something this appealing is also so nicely priced, you know you need to hurry to grab this deal. Call today!!!
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