1962 Plymouth Valiant

1962 Plymouth Valiant

1962 Plymouth Valiant for sale

Found this one interesting car to restoring, just posted in Craigslist looking for $1900 located in Hollywood. As shown here is first generation of the Plymouth Valiant released in 1962 fairly cool in blue 4-door sedan body. The Valiant were known has good reputations about its excellent durability and reliability, and was one of Chrysler's best-selling automobiles in 60s to 70s, and keeping the company survive during its hard economic times on the period.

Very less details and just few photos to convince potential buyers, not all represented. This far from what's that mean about the ideal ad to make a good deal, but what we've see here it's possibly to sell.

Looking for a classic car enthusiasm with different standpoint than many laymen it could be a nicest hot rod on the future, it has perfect bone to restoration project. All looks promising represented by photos, hard to find issue from here you should come to see directly to get accurate calculation and to fit with your budget, good luck.






Details by owner
1962 Plymouth Valiant
Push bottom shifter
Runs very good
Rebuilt v6 in line
New battery
New water pump
New tires
New alternator
Power steering
Damaged door

Interested please visit link below
https://losangeles.craigslist.org/lac/cto/6017533306.html

All Original, 1952 Plymouth Cranbrook

All Original, 1952 Plymouth Cranbrook

All Original, 1952 Plymouth Cranbrook For Sale

Found this one American antique car that was made by Plymouth in early of the 50s, as shown here is one original example of the Plymouth Cranbrook built in 1952 has been driven about 67000 miles looking for $2950 located in Port Orchard, Washington.

The Cranbrook is one short production line of the Plymouth automobiles only 3 years start from 1951 to 1953 sold as a full-size car with higher trim level than the Plymouth Concord and Cambridge, for the period.

1952 Plymouth Cranbrook Interior

If you're looking interesting classic car project, this could be perfect object for you. Overall the appearance look promising inside and outside, unfortunately the engine bay photo not provided by seller. You should come if seriously want.



1968 Plymouth Roadrunner Hemi

1968 Plymouth Roadrunner Hemi

1968 Plymouth Roadrunner Hemi For Sale

Found this one looking for a new owner, a 1968 Plymouth Road Runner powered by 426 Hemi in excellent condition, and finished in red over a black interior, VIN: BH29B8B299219. Was listed on Craigslist about 7 days ago and was still available when we posted it here. Not much info we can get from a minimalist Ad, but it looks so interesting with a lot of photos included. As shown here the earliest first-generation Road Runner was built in 1968 fairly coolest.

The Road Runner is a mid-size car with a focus on performance built by Plymouth in the United States, designed and developed to compete in the muscle cars genre with unusual offers that are moving away from its roots as relatively cheap.

1968 Plymouth Roadrunner Interior

The interior is claimed to be original it looks spartan with a basic vinyl bench seat and the dash looks nice all looks awesome for its ages, hard to find imperfection from here.

1968 Plymouth Roadrunner 426 Hemi Engine

Unclear about "now with 426 Hemi" is written in its ad, no matter if it's fitted by the factory or not, match or not, but now you're looking here is a 426 Hemi all look awesome. Backed by the correct Hemi 4-speed manual transmission.

When we posted here, ready to go for $65000 located in Salem, South Carolina. As always a closer inspection is needed to know the accurate condition.



1937 Plymouth P4 DeLuxe 2-door Sedan

1937 Plymouth P4 DeLuxe 2-door Sedan

American Classic, 1937 Plymouth P4 DeLuxe 2-door Sedan For Sale

Found this one piece of the American automotive heritage, the first decade Plymouth automobile were known as P4 series and this a particular example of the rare model still runs and drives well today. The seller claims for the 1937 productions only 7,926 of the total 566,128 Plymouth P4 DeLuxe's was come as 2-door sedan and this one of them, it making more collectible than 4-door model especially like this condition. There were little bit differences between of them, on the back side 2-door model has more sloping shape than the 4-door.

CHECK OUT: 1937 Plymouth P4 DeLuxe 4-door Sedan

1937 Plymouth P4 DeLuxe Interior Inside

Here's we put this interior photo as a highlight here, all looks perfect as the basic of best, and taking this angle quite good to represent the condition, although not all visible still you'll get a good feel for first time. Don't worry if you want more, please have a look the other photos below. Though spartan, the interior is said original and complete, and it shows quite well overall. The door panels and seats has been re-covered, but we’re curious about the odometer and the radio conditions, would be greats if are work properly too.

1937 Plymouth P4 DeLuxe straight-six engine

As you've seen here is a correctly engine of the Plymouth P4, it carry a 3.3L or 201ci straight-six engine were can produce about 80-82 horse power backed by 3-speed manual transmission and still running with factory 6-volt electrical system. Though the old, the car is said to runs and drives very well no issue mentioned, awesome.



1975 Plymouth Trailduster Sport 4x4

1975 Plymouth Trailduster 4x4 SUV

1975 Plymouth Trailduster Sport 4x4

Here's we found this one a rare American vintage SUV, maybe some of you think this is a Ramcharger, but it's a Trailduster. Yes this twin brothers of the Dodge Ramcharger was coming from Plymouth families is a large sport utility vehicle. As we've seen here is a Plymouth Trailduster 4x4 1975 model year seems has been rebuilt and restored all looks great, the owner said is runs and drives very well. Not many details and info was written on its ad, already posted about a month ago in craigslist hoped still available.

Barn Find, 1941 Plymouth Deluxe Sedan

1941 Plymouth Deluxe Sedan

Barn Find, 1941 Plymouth Deluxe Sedan

Here's an antique American 2-door sedan produced by Plymouth, it's a Plymouth Deluxe released in 1941 is said to be an all-original barn find. It looks complete and straight, and the seller says it is runs good with 67K miles on it, already offered in Craigslist about a month ago located in Logan, Ohio looking for $5000.

As the pictures seen here it has quite perfect and solid body frame, no dent, no rust all looks great with original paint. Unfortunately not many interior photos and no photos for the engine and rear side was included. Anyway It could be a perfect start to restore.



American Muscle Car, 1970 Plymouth Cuda 440

American Muscle Car, 1970 Plymouth Cuda 440

American Muscle Car, 1970 Plymouth Cuda 440

Here's one of the most collectible American muscle cars, we found at Craigslist already 6 days ago before we review here. Yes this a first model year of the third generation Plymouth Barracuda commonly known as the 'Cuda was released in 1970 had totally redesign, is not same as its previous generation where is commonality with the Chrysler Valiant. For this gen it similar as the first generation Dodge Challenger, also based on Chrysler B platform, called the E-body and the length of wheelbase distinguishing of both, where's the 'Cuda had shorter and wider wheelbase than the Challenger.

This a top trim of the high-performance 'Cuda version come with a 440 cu in (7.2 L) RB V8 engine only 618 ever made and this one of them so it a clearly rare car. The car is original, not a clone or replica car, is a real one has been rebuilt, all in perfect condition it could be a great investment, must see if you are seriously want. Asking for $60000.



Original 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Original 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

Original 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Here's one of the most collectible American muscle cars made by Plymouth, is a performance car which enter as original muscle cars trim come with low price in its era, yes this is a first generation Plymouth Road Runner released in 1969 2-door hardtop based on Chrysler B platform paint in yellow has been rebuilt and restored ready for trade today. The Road Runner commonly known as the cheap version of GTX series.

The pics as confirm, it a looks cool with yellow straight body frame, no dent, no rust issue. The interior looks perfect, just lost the original factory radio. The engine looks clean, hope it runs good very well also. Overall is a nice original muscle car ready on trade today 1969 Plymouth Road Runner, asking $35000 location in Newhall.



Awesome Red Barracuda

Awesome Red Barracuda

Awesome Red Barracuda

Here's we found one of the coolest classic Plymouth today with awesome look as a red car. It's a second generation Plymouth Barracuda 1968 model year come in 2-door fastback coupe body style has been fully restored, has won many auto classic events. The car is very worthy as a nicest object sit in garage and would be great car in summer. The Barracuda is a collectible car today, with the high-performance versions and convertibles commanding the highest prices, especially for 70s model year come with E-Body cars, were commonly known as the Cuda.

Although is not the top Barracudas collectible model, but it look so awesome as it should be, no doubt. exterior is perfect, interior very good and the engine is the best. Let it go for $37000, I think it a seriously coolest red Barracuda come with the best price today, you should come to see as seriously buyer will appreciate. More info and details please read more below.



Rare 1969 Plymouth Cuda 440 Special Package


Rare 1969 Plymouth Cuda 440 Special Package

This American classic performance car offered by Plymouth, as the picture is a second generation of the Plymouth Barracuda released in 1969 it a rare variant come with the 'Cuda 440 Special Package, it the most fastest Barracudas ever produced. All matching and original condition nice opportunity to have it and keep it a greatness past rarely American muscle car.



1967 Plymouth Barracuda 383 Formula S


1967 Plymouth Barracuda 383 Formula S

Completely rebuilt matching numbers 383/280 with 400 FT LBS torque. Roller rockers built with the best of everything to factory specs ($4,000). Only 2,000 miles on it since completion. All new aluminum heads ($1,800) and aluminum factory Mopar and intake Shumacher custom hand built headers. Dual magnalow mufflers and all new pipes ($3,000). All new wiring throughout car ($700). All new suspension with super stock springs, new torsion bars, and polyurethane bushings, sway bars. New shocks on all four corners. All new brakes with power discs in front and all new brake lines. All new cooling system with Be Cool aluminum radiator and electric fan. Always runs cool. All new factory tach and gauges. Very rare rear defogger. Power antenna, power windows, console, factory 4 speed, factory bucket seats, fold down rear seats. All new detachable face CD stereo system (hidden in trunk). Original spare and jack, BFG Radial T/A 15 inch tires on Mopar Barracuda factory wheels. Dual side mirrors. Completely rebuilt transmission, driveline and rear end. All trim tags attached.



1971 Plymouth Barracuda Project


1971 Plymouth Barracuda Project

This a third generation of the Plymouth Barracuda released in 1971, if you want the American classic muscle car project with light restored its would be best candidate today.



1963 Plymouth Savoy Wagon


1963 Plymouth Savoy Wagon

This American classic wagon produced by Plymouth, as the picture is a fifth generation of the Savoy was released 1963 come in station wagon body type has been fully restored with a 426 Max Wedge, it a rare wagon and good looking also ready to go.






Detail by owner
You are looking at a 1963 Plymouth Savoy Wagon with a 426 Max Wedge. Very rare car! Just finished restoration. Motor only has about 100 miles on it. Runs and drives great and this thing is FAST! The engine bay of this car is beautiful. Motor has dual AFB Carter Carbs and the correct air cleaners. 727 Torque-flight Transmission with push-button shift, 8 3/4 rear end, custom subframe connectors, all new shocks and brakes, front disc brake conversion, reproduction TTI Exhaust with straight header cutouts, dynomax mufflers give it a great sound, all new interior including carpet/headliner/seats/door panels/dash, Weld magnesium racing wheels (15x8 in the front and 15x10 in the rear) with new tires, the whole car was rewired with a painless wiring kit, rear seats fold down to put just about anything in the back of it, custom 3-core radiator with electric fan, custom serpentine style belt/pulley kit which includes power steering, AC/Heater/Radio Delete (Came like that from the factory). These cars were made to be bought and brought straight to the drag strip. power rear window in the tailgate. This car is one of a kind and very rare.

Interested please visit link below
http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/cto/4964235282.html

1965 Plymouth Satellite Hardtop


1965 Plymouth Satellite Hardtop

This two-door hardtop offered by Plymouth, as the picture is early first generation of the Satellite was released in 1965 come in black has been fully restored. This rare and excellent MOPAR looking for new owner.






Detail about this Mopar
Here is your opportunity to own one of the finest 1965 Satellites available...Period! Over 1000 man hours and $75,000 has been invested in the rebirth of this rare MOPAR. This automobile has just undergone a one year rotisserie nut 'n bolt restoration at The Garaj Mahal restoration shop. You can check out their work at www,thegarajmahal.com. The Car is at the Mecum Auction this weekend at the State Fair Grounds.

Found in a storage barn in East Tennessee where it had been resting for many years. The story, as I was told, is she spent her entire life as a race car in the Midwest which would explain the super low miles on the odometer...50007 She was wearing a low budget copper paint job when we found her, but hiding underneath was the hemi orange lacquer paint she must have used in her race campaign.
Upon our initial tear down we found the welded on tow bar support brackets, frame connectors and the rare Chrysler super-stock rear end which supports the story.

The Restoration:
For starters we stripped her naked to expose any possible issues, and were surprised to find only a few. The team at The Garaj Mahal (TGM) carefully cut out any rust and replaced the areas with OEM ($$) patch panels. The full body massage started with many hours spent getting ready for the "9300" black base color, and 4 coats of DuPont 7900 clear coat. Hand/machine buffing and polishing of all stainless trim that had been preserved so well over the years took place. All chrome was sent out for high-quality replating. The interior is the masterpiece of Legendary Interiors, and internal TGM team. It is absolutely magnificent.

The shining highlight of this automobile is the drive train. The original 361 was long gone so we had PMS, LLC (PMS) put together a 440 magnum that would be a thrill to hear, and easy to drive. PMS used mostly MOPAR Performance parts along with Comp Cams custom ground cam made to original "purple cam" specs and valve train. The DYNO report shows an impressive 415 HP and 510 fl/lbs of torque. The suspension was kept period correct right down to the drum brakes, although we did upgrade to a dual master cylinder.

All-in-all a very impressive, investment grade vehicle, that deserves a home where she will be kept and driven in this magnificent condition.

Interested please visit link below
http://indianapolis.craigslist.org/cto/5020835288.html