The Plymouth satellite was introduced in 1965 as Plymouth's top trim level riding on the automakers "B" platform. The Satellite came standard with high-end trim items such as bucket seats, center console and a V8 motor. The Satellite was a success throughout its 10-year production run until it was replaced with the Fury model line.
This 1965 Satellite convertible is a fantastic representation of a rotisserie restored convertible where nothing was overlooked. The exterior gleams in Hemi Orange with black rally striped hood. The new factory-style white vinyl interior pops against the eye-catching exterior. Open the hood and the highly detailed engine compartment gives a glimpse into the overall quality of this restoration. When you fire the 440ci V8 up, this car begs to be driven. Slide the automatic transmission into drive and hit the accelerator and this car takes flight. Options include power white convertible top, power steering, power brakes, dual exhaust and stock radio.
Unless stated otherwise, mileage on odometer is exempt and unknown if original.