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Topless Luxury Is What A 1969 Plymouth Satellite Is About

By Steven Symes May 21, 2019
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By Steven Symes May 21, 2019
While stately and immaculate, this luxury convertible has a bite to it.

There are many ways to enjoy a nice day. Driving this 1969 Plymouth Satellite is one of the better options. A rare classic, this car is in fantastic shape and could be yours.

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After going through a full rotisserie restoration, you can literally go over it carefully and see no detail was skipped over. The Hemi Orange paint is of showroom quality, contrasting beautifully with the black rally stripes on the hood. A power white convertible top is also in top condition, providing shelter for those days when the sun isn’t shining.

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Speaking of the hood, when you pop it everyone will be impressed. The engine compartment has been fully detailed and there’s a fun Wile E. Coyote decal, so you can show off the 440ci V8 with true pride. Turn the key in the ignition and just hear the rumble under the hood and through the dual exhaust system, then feel all that power as you glide down the street. An automatic transmission takes the stress out of driving a classic, so you get to just enjoy the experience. As a top-of-the-line model, the Plymouth Satellite also has power steering and power brakes, so you don’t have to wrangle this beast just to navigate city streets.

 

Because this is a genuine luxury ride, the interior comes loaded with all kinds of amenities from the factory. First off, the white vinyl makes it clear this isn’t a vehicle for the kids to sit inside and eat chocolate ice cream cones, but instead it’s a sophisticated machine for grownups to cruise around. There are bucket seats to literally couch you in comfort. You also get a nice center console, so there’s no lack of storage options. To preserve the original look and feel of the car, the factory gauges, controls, and radio are all intact.

 

The cream of the crop, the Plymouth Satellite was an expensive and exclusive car that launched for the 1965 model year and ran for 10 years. That means you won’t see many of these cruising around today, making Motor City Classic Cars is offering the ideal set of wheels to add to your collection.


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