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$29,000
2000 Plymouth Prowler

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2000 Plymouth Prowler finished in yellow with black interior, 9,000 miles, all original and in outstanding condition. Soft headrest added. Original window sticker.... Read more

Marietta, GA 30068 (9 miles away)

$185,000
1971 Plymouth CUDA

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1971 HEMI CUDA 4-SPEED CONVERTIBLE TRIBUTE B7 Blue, White Leather Interior/ Power Top/ BillboardsBuilt over period from 2005-2008 2010 Mopar Nationals, Ohio, Second Place in Class (see article)Featured in Mopar Action Magazine, October 2014 (please see article)ENGINE540HP426 Bored/Stroked to 500 Indy Block10.25 to 1 Compression2x4 Carter CarbsFactory Intake ManifoldMP CrankFactory Hardened HeadsMiloden PistonsStainless ValvesEagle RodsComp Mechanical Roller CamNOS Factory Rocker ArmsFactory Valve CoversMSD IgnitionSHAKER ASSEMBLYFactory Shaker HoodNOS Shaker Bubble, Baseplate, BoltsNOS Rubber Seal, Air Cleaner AssemblyDRIVE TRAINFactory Hemi 4-Speed Centerforce ClutchNOS Driveshaft and U JointsDana 3:54 Super Track Pak Rear EndOTHER FACTORY AND NOS PARTSFront Grille and Bezels 71 Grilled Hemi Fenders and InsertsAll Other Sheet Metal OriginalPower Top AssemblyFront and Rear ValancesRear WingPistol Grip Shift, BootRim Blow Steering WheelRally Gauge ClusterDashpadThumbwheel AM/FM RadioRear Tail Light HousingsPark and Road LampsAll Moldings, Trim, EmblemsSide and Rear-View MirrorsFender Turn Indicators All Lights, Lenses, Side MarkersLower Ball JointsTie Rods and BootsRotorsDrive ShaftU JointsBell HousingExhaust ManifoldFan Assembly and Shroud4-Core RadiatorRadiator CapVariable Speed Wiper MotorWiper ArmsFuel PumpHeadlight BucketsHood Hinges, Pins, SealHood and Trunk LatchesInside Door and Kick PanelsRear Inside PanelsDoors, HandlesLocks and KeysMost FastenersRubber Bumpers and StopsOTHER FACTORY AND NOS PARTS (CONTINUED)Door End Seal (One Side)Rocker Sill PlatesWindow Glass (not driver side)Driver 3-Way Adjustable Seat FramePassenger Seat FrameSeatbelt HardwareGlove Box and DoorSteel WheelsExhaust TipsMuffler Heat ShieldsRear Spring ShacklesGas TankSpare Tire and JackTrunk MatOwners ManualOriginal Dash VIN Plate and Fender TagOffers Considered... Read more

Marietta, GA 30068 (9 miles away)

$59,995
1968 Plymouth GTX

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41,409

Plymouth got a two-for-one out of their Road Runner/GTX twins, but they played distinctly different roles. The Road Runner was all about bargain performance, while the GTX was its more sophisticated brother designed to combat the likes of Buick and Mercury. With that in mind, this stunning, high-quality, matching-numbers 1968 Plymouth GTX combines brute horsepower with some luxury features that make a fantastic way to travel. With a restoration thats a few years old, the subtle GTX still has a lot presence. Finished in Sunfire Yellow, which was a popular color in 1968, its a subtle, attractive finish that works on the upscale GTX more than on the high-impact Road Runner or other in-your-face muscle cars. The shape was all-new in 68, but the traditional styling cues are still there, from the sleek hardtop profile to the crease in the quarter panel. The sheetmetal is quite straight and clean, suggesting a solid car was the starting point and we can find few demerits in the show-quality finish. The performance vibe shines through, dont worry, with proper black rocker stripes and GTX emblems on the grille as well as just behind the doors, and the 440 callouts on the hood are not merely for show. Theres also plenty of chrome thats all in fantastic condition, and I have no idea where they found the beautifully preserved GTX-exclusive tail panel, which is virtually unobtainable today. The black vinyl roof gives it a formal look, and it, too, is in excellent shape. This car is still crisp and sharp enough to be welcome on virtually any show field. The rather rare gold bucket seat interior offers a cool change from the usual black or white and the upscale look works quite well in the GTX. Not just a muscle car, the handsome interior is very much in tune with what the GTX was trying to achieve and a big step up from the more basic look of its corporate siblings. The upscale GTX vibe continues with woodgraining on the dash, a lot of bright trim, including on the center console, and a fairly complete set of gauges (including an optional tach) with clear markings. The factory Music Master AM radio remains in place, and even the front/rear fader works. Theres also ice cold factory A/C to make cruising comfortable even on the hottest days. The door panels with their woodgrain inserts look new, as do the carpets, with everything else showing proper care and not a lot of use. The sizable trunk includes a correct mat, jack assembly, and a full-sized spare tire. Mopar fans will probably take a quick glance at the VIN and be pleased to learn that this is a real-deal L-code car with its matching-numbers 440 Super Commando engine. Fully rebuilt at the time of restoration, it runs superbly. Upgrades include a QuickFuel 4-barrel carburetor and an aftermarket coil and distributor, but the original parts come with the car and you cant spot any of it at a glance. The engine bay is nicely detailed and shows few signs of use and lots of accurate details including factory assembly markings. Its backed by a 727 TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission and the factory-issue 8.75-inch rear end out back. A recent dual exhaust system sounds downright wicked, and while youre looking around under there, note that the floors are in exemplary condition and have been painted to match the bodywork. Factory Magnum 500 wheels look awesome and carry modern redline radials that really make the car pop. The GTX remains a favorite among Mopar faithful, and with the fantastic looks, big block power, and tons of documentation including the original Chrysler Corporation Broadcast Sheet, this is a car you can show and drive with pride. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$46,995
1968 Plymouth GTX

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79,446

Thats right, kids, its big, bad, blown, and pink. Of course, with 800 horsepower on tap, nobodys going to make fun of this spectacular 1968 Plymouth GTX convertible. Beautifully built and ready to rock, this is a car that works on the track but really lives on the street. You have to be on a mission to build a car like this and paint it Panther Pink. You also have to know that doing so will attract A LOT of attention, so they went the extra mile to give all those onlookers something interesting to look at. And this is no race car where cosmetics came second. No, panel fit is excellent, especially for a high-horsepower convertible, and that paint looks like it cost a lot of money. The hood is blacked out, but its gloss black, so its easier to maintain and gives the car a slightly different look (as if it needed help in that department). The sheetmetal hasnt been radically modified, and they even managed to stuff those giant rear tires under the stock quarters, so there was no surgery required there. The doors open and close easily, the hood clears the blower, and all the correct GTX emblems were reinstalled once the paint was dry. Even the bumpers got a nice, shiny layer of chrome to reinforce the street car image. The interior is full of race gear, but its far from minimalist. The original bench seat was dumped in favor of a pair of body-hugging race buckets, which were embroidered with GTX logos in matching pink, which is a nice detail that suggests the builder went the extra mile. The back seat is gone, of course, but the area is fully upholstered and the panels surrounding the roll cage are neatly fitted and give it a very well-finished appearance. Auxiliary instruments under the dash include a tach and shift light, and the TCI shifter controls a reverse valve body, so practice your shifts before you go out hunting. The original AM/FM radio is still in the dash, albeit disconnected, since youre really not going to be able to use it with the thundering big block rumbling away anyhow. Even the trunk is neatly upholstered in black carpet, including the fuel cell and battery box. The engine is a stroked and poked 440, which now displaces 500 cubes, and runs happily on 93 octane pump gas. Twin 650 Holleys feed the 6-71 blower, which looks awesome sitting atop the color-matched engine. In fact, all the hardware is painted to match the bodywork, suggesting that this car might be as effective on the show field as the drag strip. Painted inner fenders, plenty of chrome, and a big aluminum radiator delight the eye when you pop the hood, and the undercarriage looks every bit as impressive. The transmission is a reworked TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic with a 3100 RPM stall torque converter. Out back, a narrowed Ford 9-inch rear was stuffed full of Strange axles and a set of 5.18 Auburn gears, and theres a disc brake at all four corners. Long-tube headers and a full custom 3-inch exhaust system with side exits makes for a truly epic soundtrack that removes all doubt about this cars potency. Skinny front tires and mammoth Mickey Thompson meats try to hook it all up. With just 500 miles on the build, this car is still very fresh. A long labor-of-love build, commissioned by a late friend of the company, and built by Kermit Harper, another late-great friend, this car has a special place in our hearts. We hope it goes to someone that can truly appreciate it for how amazing it really is. Call today.... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$16,995
1966 Plymouth Fury

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35,065

Few cars scream horsepower better than the mid-60s Mopars. Taking a full-sized hardtop like this 1966 Plymouth Fury III and dropping a big block V8 under the hood makes for entertaining performance, and the industrial-strength look and low key paint job leave no question that this is a car built for speed. Wearing code K Frost Turquoise paint, this looks like a grown-ups car. The paint is in fair shape and it might even be original, showing a soft shine that only comes from age. There are blemishes here and there, because 50 years of motoring will do that, but at the same time, its got a no-frills look that seems exactly right for an industrial-strength Mopar. The Fury was in the middle of the lineup, and wears the cool cantilevered roof line that defined Chrysler styling in the 60s, so it has a familial resemblance but stands out in a crowd. Good panel gaps, cool stainless trim, and the stacked headlights add up to a very handsome coupe that doesnt need any excuses. And if youre going to blow someones doors off, doing it using a car wearing fender skirts is way cool. This is Mopar performance the way it was in the early days of the horsepower wars. The black vinyl interior is all business, and with a bench seat you know the original buyers priorities were horsepower, not style. The seat covers are probably original, with a pair of splits on the drivers side and fixing those would really upgrade the interior. It appears that the carpets, headliner, and door panels have been freshened at some point and the dash pad is in great shape. Theres also a leather wrap on the steering wheel, but it blends in nicely with the black interior. A comprehensive set of factory gauges flank a cool rectangular speedometer pod and theres a tach on the column where it belongs. An AM/FM/cassette stereo has been neatly installed just to the left of the steering column while the original AM head unit is still in the center of the dash. And for carrying capacity, its still hard to beat a full-sized 60s cruiser like this. The 440 cubic inch V8 makes the kind of fat torque that makes even a big car like this feel fast. It starts easily and idles with a healthy lope that suggests horsepower, not luxury. Its a 1976-vintage block that now carries an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and matching aluminum intake manifold, and a set of long-tube headers dump into a rumbling exhaust system with familiar oval tips just under the rear bumper. Theres a giant aluminum radiator up front and someone has started to install aftermarket A/C, although theres just a compressor in place at the moment (but thats the hard part anyway). The transmission is a bulletproof 727 TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic feeding an 8.75-inch rear end, so the driveline is a known quantity thats ready to play. Its original under there, so its not all shiny and perfect, and the stance is perfect with just a bit of rake. Classic Torque Thrust wheels wearing fat 15-inch radials complete the vintage performance look. We love these cars and this one perfectly nails the attitude and performance of Mopar in the 60s. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)
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$10,500
1977 Plymouth Volare

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Here is a very RARE car. It is a 1977 Plymouth Volare that has been cloned to look like a Road Runner. It has the 360 engine that runs strong and sounds good with the cam in engine and dual exhaust. It has an Eldebrock Intake with an Eldebrock 4 barrel carb. This car has plenty of power. The automatic transmission shifts out good. It has power steering and Disc Brakes on front. It is painted Black with the Road Runner lettered at the bottom of car. The paint has a good shine to it and is driver quality. It has the hood scoop on the hood. The Interior is White with Black carpet. The front bucket seats has just been recovered. The headliner, carpet and dash pad looks good. All the lights work including the interior light. The speedometer works as does the wipers. Gas hand is not working. This was a factory A/C car but is missing parts and not currently working. The Fuel Cell is in the trunk so the original tank has been taken out. See all the pics as I have taken pics of any blemishes. Good looking and good driving car to have fun in.... Read more

Bremen, GA 30110 (46 miles away)

$13,950
1965 Plymouth Barracuda

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26,272

Did you know that the 1965 Plymouth Barracuda has an optional Formula S package that includes a Commando 273 cubic inch V-8 engine, heavy-duty shocks, springs, and sway bar; an available tachometer; wide-rim wheels, special Blue Streak tires, and simulated bolt on wheel covers? Well, you do now!This was a direct quote from an advertisement for the 1965 Barracuda. While this car is not a true Formula S and has long since lost the Blue Streak tires and simulated wheel covers, what it has gained over the last 53 years is a tremendous amount of character!! This Barracuda is super solid with new floor pans and lots of new parts to make it a dependable driver. It has very minimal rust at the bottom of the rear wheel openings. The interior has been completely reupholstered and looks great. The exterior has the awesome PATINA look that everyone is crazy over right now.Come in and lets make a deal!!FINANCING AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED BUYERS... Read more

$20,000
1966 Plymouth Belvedere

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Up for sale is a rare and beautiful 1966 Plymouth belvedere big block there's a lot been redone on this car paint and body work has been done there is no rusted through places this is original metal it is in great shape beautiful as seen in the pics has just been redone with a gtx hood scoop and gtx gas cap and all new rubber and felt through out the car Interior. Looks great with all gauges working now mechanical it has the 440 big block new 4 speed trans and posi trac rear end car is very beautiful and mechanically sound very rare car not interested in trades unless it's old or fast... Read more

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Ashland, AL 36251 (97 miles away)

$1,500
1965 Plymouth Barracuda

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You are looking at a 1965 Plymouth Barracuda, she is an original V8 car with no engine and automatic transmission... real solid body so she will make a great car! I feel that my price of $1,500 which I am sure YOU will feel is very fair for a Barracuda project like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.... Read more

Gary Court, SC 29645 (135 miles away)

$28,000
1962 Plymouth Fury

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999,999

This is a beautiful 1962 Plymouth Fury Convertible! Garage Kept...V8 with automatic transmission. I will consider a trade...you can own the beauty for only $28,000.00 which I feel is very fair for a vehicle like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this vehicle yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.... Read more

Gary Court, SC 29645 (135 miles away)
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$56,700
1968 Plymouth GTX

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1968 Plymouth GTX 440 finished in Matador Red. This clean example with only 35,900 miles has undergone a professional restoration and presents itself in a fantastic condition. The Numbers Matching engine and transmission work great and the new exhaust adds a nice rumble. Very clean car with a laserstraight body and a slick paintshop. Call us and see the car in our showroom today! All our cars are checked and inspected in our own Classic Car Service Center by certified and experienced mechanics. For our overseas customers: We gladly help you to get your classic shipped to your country worldwide and delivered right to your home. With years of experience we work together with the best partners in the shipping business to make sure you classic car gets there . We also offer a German TUV Service where we take care of all the things that need to be changed or taken care of, to get it road legal in europe. Just ask for a quote and - wir sprechen deutsch!... Read more

Cookeville, TN 38506 (172 miles away)

$36,000
1964 Plymouth Fury

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125,800

Once in a lifetime opportunity! This 1964 Sport Fury has been at the same Tennessee home since it came home from the dealership nearly 55 years ago! Unlike many cars this Sport Fury was never relegated to a corner of the basement. It has seen loving use and attentive maintenance its entire life and therefore is completely roadworthy. It has a detailed service history from day one to 2018. The paint is mostly original and still looks great. The interior is original and in excellent condition for its age. This includes some very cool 1960s black and white diamond floor mats protecting the original carpet. The original 383 4 Barrel still has some of the factory grease pencil markings on the valve cover and has obviously been kept clean from new. It starts well, runs well, steers well and stops well. All of the accessories on this car function as they should. It is completely stock other than a period installed equalizer for the radio. If you are serious about your Mopars and are looking for a special car you can drive and show then look no further. You have found your car. You dont find cars that are this original very often let alone equipped with a Factory 383 4 Barrel and a great color combination. Lets face it the 60s cranked out way too many black, white, red and turquoise cars. This car looks great, runs great and has a great history. It will not stay on the market long. All our cars are checked and inspected in our own Classic Car Service Center by certified and experienced mechanics. For our overseas customers: We gladly help you to get your classic shipped to your country worldwide and delivered right to your home. With years of experience we work together with the best partners in the shipping business to make sure you classic car gets there . We also offer a German TUV Service where we take care of all the things that need to be changed or taken care of, to get it road legal in europe. Just ask for a quote and wir sprechen deutsch!... Read more

Cookeville, TN 38506 (172 miles away)

$59,995
1967 Plymouth GTX

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3,768

Attention all Mopar and muscle car fans... this is time to take notice. The 1967 Plymouth GTX was a one-year only design, and so this big 440 V8 muscle machine has been restored to the highest order. Amazing paint, a comfy A/C interior, and an award-worth presentation over every inch means this will make everyone else green with envy. Rarity and distinction are two qualities that have lasting value. Thats why people look for 67 GTXs. It was the first year for this now legendary nameplate, and it was a single-year design. Plus, with this being one of the most expensive Plymouths, as well as Chryslers historically lower production numbers, then you know this is already a rare treat. But what makes this one the standout amongst even the rarest of Mopar crowds is the level of attention that went into the whole build. It was given a frame-off nut and bolt restoration. The long, straight shape of the Satellite-based body demands care when youre repainting one, and you can instantly tell there was a ton $$ invested in getting the sheetmetal right. The original color was Dark Green Metallic, but we cant fault the restorer for going a bit lighter. After all, a true gem like this deserves to shine like an emerald. And you can see from the reflections in those arrow-straight quarter panels that they got it right. The cantilevered styling on the roof was uniquely Mopar, and the mirror-like chrome bumpers add sophistication to this distinction. But the real treat comes from the performance pieces that make the GTX intimidating. The dual black stripes look sporty and also highlight the dual scoops in the hood. And the correct redline tires look fantastic against the Mopar mag wheels. Even the race-inspired fuel filler cap is correct! More distinction and first-class touches await when you open the door. The factory-correct premium white vinyl bucket seats have an intricate pattern that really grabs attention. And the center console that runs in-between is a work of art. These were midsize cars by 1960s standards, which means there is plenty of room to carry up to four family and friends with you to enjoy the very factory-correct and well-presented package. We know youll love all the great original touches on this one from Plymouth logo steering wheel, to the artful shifter, to the AM radio thats still cranking out tunes. But this one also has the right upgrades. The auxiliary gauge package and new SunPro tach are great for all the essential info. And you get to stay as cool as you look because it has modern R134a air conditioning. This was at the dawn of the muscle car era, and this one celebrates it correctly. The GTX was a true street king with Plymouths 440 cubic-inch Super Commando engine. The level of quality in this restoration is so high, that they even tracked down an October 67 engine so that it correctly corresponds with this coupes build date. This monster motor received a full profession rebuild before being mated to the restored original A727 three-speed automatic transmission. Today, its presentation in the engine bay is worth awards all on its own. The bright green fender walls are stuffed with big block power thats shining brighter than the day this left the factory. It fires up easily and makes a ferocious growl out of the header-fed dual exhaust. But dont just listen to this cars thunder; follow its path in the undercarriage photos. There youll see the full extent of this restoration where they really got the details right including powder coating the frame and upgrading the bushings. And because you want to show this one off everywhere, youve got great driving features like power steering and front disc brakes. You know this is a special Mopar that will receive plenty of recognition (its already had a spread in Mopar Muscle Magazine.) The sale even comes with build receipts, owners manual, restoration photos, and Galen Govier documentation. So if youre a true muscle car connoisseur, dont let something this distinct slip away. Call today!!!... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)

$37,995
1964 Plymouth Belvedere

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Big car, big engine, big fun. Big winner too! The full-size Plymouth was successful in drag racing, and also won first, second, and third place at the 1964 Daytona race with Richard Petty driving one of the cars. We dont think you will be bump drafting anyone in this sweet ride, but you might feel like Richard Petty driving it. Black and chrome is a timeless combination and looks great when its done right. You can tell that a lot of preparation went into this car before they sprayed one drop of the factory correct black paint on it, because it looks fantastic! As you approach this car from the side, or see it rolling down the boulevard, the first thing you may notice is the sinister rake to the chassis. You can tell it means business. A slash of chrome starts at the front and follows the line of the car straight back. Nicely polished stainless outlining the window openings and roof add their splash of flash too. A fresh chrome bumper leads the way at the front with quad headlights set in a toothy grill, with Belvedere across the top and a hood ornament front and center. The back is equally polished with more fresh chrome and Belvedere in script between those stylish taillights. Open the door and you are in for a treat. The red cloth and vinyl interior is the factory correct color and has been refreshed to all its original glory. The smooth vinyl upper of the door panel is underlined by a chrome highlight with a cloth center section and vinyl lower. Inside, a split bench seat has a cloth center with vinyl surrounding it and silver piping adding a nice touch. A big red steering wheel has a semi-circular chrome horn ring and Plymouth spelled out across the center. The dash is predominantly red with an aluminum panel containing the gauges in front of the driver. There is an auxiliary oil pressure gauge mounted below the dash in the center to help keep accurate track of that function and the white Hurst shift ball for the manual transmission just in front of the gauge falls easily to hand. A white headliner and fresh black carpeting ties the whole look of the interior together nicely. Now pop the hood and check out the treat waiting in there. It is a healthy 440 cubic inch engine sitting in a nicely detailed out, neat and clean engine bay. The engine is dressed out in some chrome starting with the air filter assembly with a Holley 4-barell carburetor under it feeding a street dominator intake. The intake, heads and block are painted Chrysler Blue and look great with the chrome of the valve covers and black of the inner fenders and firewall. Long tube headers get the spent gases out and Dynomax muffler add to the thunder this engine makes. Mopar ignition components as well as new belts and hoses and battery cover help assure reliability and make it look good in the process. The 4-speed trans gets the power back to a 3.55 rear axle and the rubber meets the road through 255/70R15s in the rear and 235/70R15s in the front all mounted on chrome Cragar SS mags. This is one Belvedere with a bit of attitude. You can see it. You can hear it. You can drive it. Come on down and drive it home!... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)

$24,995
1934 Plymouth Model PF

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3,869

Plymouth realized in the early 30s that people wanted a full sized, full featured car. In 1934, they produced this car, the PFXX model which indicated that it was a Special Six version. It incorporated several new advances in design along with classic early 30s styling. Those advances plus a nicely refreshed interior makes this a wonderful car from this era to drive around and enjoy. Check it out. The overall shape of the car is familiar 1930s, but the details set this car apart from the crowd. At the front of the piano hinged hood is a sailing ship hood ornament that appears for the first time. That was made possible when the radiator cap was moved to the underside of the hood. The chrome on this car is all newer and shines brightly with a tall grill of vertical bars with a winged Plymouth badge in the center. It is flanked by big chrome headlights and dual air horns on each side with a simple shiny bumper underlining it. The body of the car is Black, and received a midlife repaint, which means back in the 60s sometime, and while it is showing its age a bit, can be thought of as having a period correct patina to it. A red pinstripe runs down the length of the car which compliments the maroon wire wheels, and of course separate fenders and running boards are a 1930s required feature. Open the door and you will find a wonderfully refreshed interior that makes cruising in this car comfortable and enjoyable. The door panels echo the shape of the Plymouth wings on the grill in a lighter fabric center and darker maroon vinyl surround with the window frames trimmed out in wood. The seats are absolutely gorgeous, comfortably upholstered in button tufted maroon vinyl both front and rear. A big three spoke steering wheel sits in front of one of the advances made in this car with the gauges moved from the center of the dash to directly in front of the driver for the first time. And that gauge cluster is a work of art with its series of ovals starting with the overall cluster and working inward ultimately delineating the individual gauges. The passenger gets an oval glovebox with a beautiful sailing ship icon in the center and the shifter for the manual transmission rises from the floor in the center. Open the hood and you will find that wonderfully stock and very likely original, numbers matching, Special Six . It is a flat head engine, so is a very simple design, but has signs of good regular maintenance with new plug wires, fuel lines and coolant hoses as well as a new muffler in the exhaust. Also, this engine incorporates a full pressured and filtered oil system and rubber Floating Power motor mounts, as well as developing about 10% more horsepower than its 1933 predecessor. That power flows back through a 3-speed manual transmission to a solid rear axle on leaf springs. The front suspension was somewhat ground breaking for 1934 in that it incorporated an independent suspension with unequal length A-arms and coil springs. The other feature incorporated for the first time was hydraulic brakes both front and rear. 7.00 X 17 tires are mounted on the maroon wire wheels in classic 1930s style. A full sized, full featured, advanced design Plymouth from 1934 with a comfortably refreshed interior. Come on down and check it out.... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)
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$25,995
1997 Plymouth Prowler

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49,115

This is the car that started the factory built Retro craze. Before Chevys SSR or HHR. Before the Retro T-Bird, Mustang, Camaro or Challenger. Chrysler engineers were given free rein to design a modern Hot Rod type of vehicle. They were inspired in large part by an Art College of Design thesis written by Chip Foose, and they equipped the car with many features that allow it to be used as a daily driver. Introduced in 1997, this car is one of only 457 that were built that year. And this one even comes with the optional Prowler trailer! Check it out. Prowler Purple was the only color offered for this first year of production. The body was produced in Ohio, and the car was hand assembled in Detroit, making it a truly limited production automobile. The open front wheels and narrow hood with the deep V grill reaching forward and low to the ground recalls the look of a 1930s roadster. But that look is backed up by a modern Indy racer style front suspension and brakes. (More on that later). The smooth lines of the body sweep up and back, turning in and down over a rounded trunk. The car sits low with an aggressive stance. Distinctive body colored running boards blend into the rear fender flares that cover those big 20 rear wheels that are staggered with the 17s in the front. A manual convertible top offers all weather flexibility and looks great when it is up, but really, this car is most dramatic looking when it is stashed under its cover. The trailer is an awesome option and offers tremendous amount of room for traveling. Open the door, or just take a look inside if the roof is down, and you will find a nice black leather interior with all the luxury features and conveniences of a modern car. The high back bucket seats look great and have nice side bolsters that keep you comfortably cradled even during spirited driving. A beefy leather wrapped steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column and has the cruise controls at your fingertips with a Prowler logo in the center on the air bag cover. White faced gauges are arrayed across the dash set in a body colored panel, and like in a 30s roadster, a tachometer is mounted on the column. There are power windows and locks along with air conditioning to keep you cool. An AM/FM/Cassette deck with remote CD changer is there for your listening pleasure and the shifter for the 4-speed automatic transmission with manual shifting mode sits in the center console. Pop the hood and you will find a 3.5 liter 24-valve V6 motor nestled snuggly down in the engine bay which makes plenty of power to make this lightweight roadster scoot. It sends that power back to the rear mounted autostick transaxle in an arrangement similar to the C5 Corvette which helps facilitate a very desirable 50-50 weight distribution. The chassis benefits tremendously from modern technology. It uses aluminum construction for low weight and structural rigidity. The front suspension uses an IndyCar style cantilever suspension that mounts the coil over shock springs inboard, out of sight, and provides for that awesome look at the front of the car. The rear suspension is coil over set up also and big ventilated disc brakes fill up those big wheels at all four corners. This car handles well and stops on a dime. For traveling, hook up the matching trailer and pile in the luggage. When you get where your going, check in, leave the stuff in the room and go cruise the boulevard or burn up some back roads. The first and most dramatic of the retro cars. Comfortable, quick, fun, and rare. Come on down and check it out.... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)

$66,995
1964 Plymouth Savoy

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2,135

Strip and Street classic for sale. No, thats not stated backwards. This is a radical Hemi build in a beautifully restored Plymouth Savoy that is not for the faint of heart. It comes with full documentation on the engine build including the dyno sheet, and other details on the chassis work. Its Beautiful. Its Fast. It could be yours. No matter what angle you see this car from first, (although actually, you may hear the thunder first), there is never any doubt what its all about. The glossy Black paint and the huge rear wheels that give it an aggressive stance instantly convey the serious nature of the car. Quality workmanship involved lots of time to prep the car before a drop of paint was applied. It was stripped down to bare metal, along with the frame, and was worked back up from there. All the chrome was re-chromed and all the stainless was buffed to a high shine. Up front the hood scoop gathers up air for the beast within and announces it as a Hemi in bright red letters. The grill looks great with that fresh bumper underneath, and things look good out back in part because the tail lights and parking lights are NOS replacements and have another fresh bumper underlining them. A thin red pinstripe accents the body line and matches the red interior. That interior is all fresh and new. It looks like just another nice street car interior except for a few telltale signs. The door panel is simple and clean with a pattern of 7 bars. The same as the number of lights on a drag racing Christmas tree. Hmm? Coincidence? There is a big red steering wheel that you best have a firm grip on if you cut this car loose, with a stock dashboard behind it. The speedo is directly in front of the driver with a pair of engine gauges off on each side and a factory tach to the right of them all. There is also an auxiliary set of Stewart Warner gauges mounted under the dash to keep accurate track of oil pressure, water temp and voltage. A Hurst shifter for the 4-speed manual trans rises up out of the floor and the seats look great with racing belts to hold you firmly in them at need. Now for engine and chassis highlights. Please ask you salesperson about the complete documentation. The basics are: There is 528 cubic inches of Hemi engine pumping out 735 horsepower and 675 foot-pounds of torque. It was expertly built, at great expense, by the pros at Indy Cylinder Head in Indianapolis In. They used an original 1964 Cross Ram intake manifold with dual 4-barrel carburetors topped with a vintage 64 air filter assembly to help generate the power. The rest is current tech. 426-1 heads CNC ported and polished, 10.25:1 compression, (low enough to run 92 octane pump gas), Eagle rods, roller cam, roller rockers, TTI headers, a windage tray and Miloden pan, and an aluminum radiator with electric fans to keep things cool. Power flows back through an 18 spline 4-speed transmission with a Lakewood blowproof bell housing to a 410 Dana rear end. Custom rack and pinion steering is a nice touch and front disc brakes haul you back down from speed. The rubber meets the road through 33x9.50 15s in the back and 215/75R15s up front all mounted on Billet Specialties wheels. Beautiful and fast. A quality build from top to bottom and end to end. And it could be yours. Come on down and check it out.... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)

$35,000
1999 Plymouth Prowler

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Show Room Condition, Only 1,591 Ever Made in Purple. This One Has Only 3,036 Miles. I Have All Paper Work and Titles. Also Have The Window Sticker.Selling Two Out Of My Collection One Purple One Silver.  $35,000 or BEST OFFER....... Read more

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MUSCLE SHOALS, AL 35661 (195 miles away)

$9,000
1966 Plymouth Valiant

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26,845

VIN#  VH23D62538412Vehicle runs well and is ready for restoration.  Comes with an extensive set of parts for the job.   Parts are NOS, used, and refurbished.  Vehicle and parts are being sold as a package deal.  Will not sell separately.  NOTE: Mileage is unknown.  Number above is what is on the odometer currently.PARTS LIST STARTS HERE: 1966 PLYMOUTH VALIANT SIGNET CAR PARTS 1 EACH 1966 PLYMOUTH DATA BOOK (BLUE) 1 EACH 1966 PLYMOUTH DIVISION CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION BOOK (MAROON) 1 EACH MOPAR SPARK PLUG WIRE SET PART NUMBER 4419358AB 1 EACH CHAMPION SPARK PLUG WIRE SET PART NUMBER ZH03 8 CYL. 7MM 1 EACH NAPA SPARK PLUG WIRE SET 700135 7MM 8 CYL 1 EACH ACDELCO SPARK PLUG WIRE SET 518D 12043808 8-CYL 1 EACH 1970 360 la 4barrel engine with 727 transmission attached needing repaired 2 EACH HOLLYWOOD Deep-tone glass pack mufflers P/N: 250108 {New Old Stock} 1 EACH CRAIG 923OA POWERPLAY POWER BOOSTER 1 EACH CRAIG V5O4 POWERPLAY POWER AMPLIFIER 1 PAIR CLAION 40 W Max Coaxial 6” X 9” Speakers (New Old Stock) 1 EACH 1966 Plymouth Valiant Barracuda Stock Radio (Has Been Converted to AM/FM) 1 New Pair of 6” X 9” speakers for the back that are made to work with conversion radio’s and 1 each stereo speaker that fits in the mono speaker location on the top of the dash. 1 EACH replacement dash where the radio hole has not been cut out for a larger aftermarket radio.  There is a small hole by one of the knob holes, but it should be covered up by the radio plate and not affect anything… 1 EACH 1964 65 66 Barracuda Valiant Wood Like Steering Wheel Has the original Horn Button and a NOS one in a box taped to it. 1 EACH 1966 PLYMOUTH VALIANT CENTER GRILL (New Old Stock) 11 SETS OF KEY BLANKS DOOR AND TRUNK (DON’T KNOW THINK THE TRUNK ONES ARE CORRECT) 1 EACH PST ADJ STRUT ROD A BODY 1 EACH PST TUBULAR UPPER CONTROL ARM A- BODY 1963-76 RMS 01 2 EACH RECODITIONED AND PODER CODED LOWER CONTROL ARMS 1966 A BODY IN PLAD BAG (DOES NOT HAVE SWAY BAR TABES} 1 EACH High Flow radiator that was obtained out of a high performance Barracuda.   Don’t remember what the number on the radiator is but it is a rare radiator that was put on performance cars… 1 EACH EXTRA Front bumper {Needs Re - Chromed} 5 EACH 14 X 5.5 STEAL RIMS OFF OF A 1968 CHARGER.   LARGE BOLT PATTERN 1 EACH “Cool Aire” under Dash unit.   It has crack on the face that can be repaired. 1 EACH 1966 PLYMOUTH VALIANT BARRACUDA JACK (REFURBISHED & POWDER CODED / HAS A LATER JACK HANDLE FOR THE LARGER BOLT PATTERN.  IF WILL MAINTAIN SMALL BOLT PATTERN WILL NEED TO OBTAIN A SMALL BOLT PATTERN JACK HANDLE.) +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 1 EACH NOS Pioneer CD Changer 1 EACH Matching Used Pioneer CD Changer (For Parts) 1 Set of NOS AC Delco HD Shocks for the Front of the 1966 Plymouth Valiant 1 Set of NOS AC Delco HD Shock for the Rear of the 1966 Plymouth Valiant 7 EACH NOS Filters for the 1966 Plymouth Valiant Signet with the 273 Commando V8. Note: Was told that these filters were used in Police cars. Don’t know if true or not. They do not have the MOPAR Logo. 1 NOS Fog Light.  It is nice…. 1 Set of A100 style seats.    Was told that they came out of a Motor Home.   They are brown with plaid centers. 1 Set of Fabricated seat mounts.   These look like they did in the D-Dart. 2 Each NOS TWO Post Rear view mirrors (Nice) 1 Each Reproduction Trunk Emblem purchased from Layson’s.  Wish I had not but it comes with the car. 1 Each NOS Front Grill Emblem NOTE: Some small gaskets plus some other stuff for the steering column.  I don’t know how to give the proper description. 1 EACH A Body 8 ¾ rear end housing.  I do not remember what year that it was supposed to be. Note: It has no shafts and the 741 pumkin that I purchased to have refurbished at a later date is just a hollow shell.   I do have a set of 10 x 2 ½ inch rear brakes with Firm Feel brake shoes, along with a set of Firm Feel Brake Pads for when the car would be converted to the larger bolt pattern. 1 EACH 1966 Commando Chrome Air Cleaner (Re-Furbished) 1 Complete set of left and right NOS tail light lenses along with a set of repop gaskets. 1 Pair of L & R C Pillars that have been Re – Chromed. 1 EACH 1965 Carter 3854s 4 Barrel Carburetor.  Could Not Find the Carter 4120S which is numbers correct for a 1966 but this one will work fine and is BEAUTIFUL! 1 Set of 4 Plymouth Valiant Dog Dish Hubcaps with the V that have been professionally polished. 1 Set of 4 Plymouth 14 inch Hubcaps.  They are off an earlier year Plymouth, but would be a beautiful set to use.   These have also been professionally polished. 1 EACH NOS 1966 Plymouth Valiant / Plymouth Barracuda Antenna. 1 Set of PST regular Upper control arms for 1973-1976 A body cars and for cars being converted to the large ball joints. 1 EACH NOS Exhaust Heat Shield. 1 Set of Refurbished 273 Commando Valve Covers 1 Complete Set of PST’s Polygraphite bushings for 1973-1976 A Body Upper Control Arms 1 Each Schumacher Torque Strap 1 Set of Mounts for a 360 LA V8 Conversion 1 Set of Rubbers if you stay with the stock 273 V8 Engine 1 EACH replacement Sticker set Various houses for the engine rebuild Other assorted Vintage speakers & grills Re-Chromed Front Bumper Guards NOS rear rubber Bumper Guards Assorted Small Stuff 1 NOS Pair of Upper Control Arms for a 1973-1976 Mopar A Body.  They need paint and the PST Bearings set etc. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 1 Box Six (6) each NOS 6015 Low/High GE TruckLamps 1 Box Six (6) each NOS 6014 Super Beam Westinghouse Headlamps 1 Box Two (2) each NOS 6014 Super Beam Westinghouse Headlamps & Two (2) each NOS GE Suburban 6013 Headlamps. 1 Box containing Five (5) sets of NOS aftermarket “Custom Bumper Guards with Armor Tuff Solid Rubber Inserts”. Note: At least one set is missing some of the mounting stuff. 1 Box Containing an NOS Mopar HiPo Water Pump 340 360 318 Police Dodge Plymouth Duster 1 Each Restored Offenhauser 5884 Intake Manifold 1 Box MILODON INC.  30940 – 360 MOPAR LOW PROFILE OIL PAN UNOPENED 1 JEGS BOX ordered the same time as the MILODON oil pan. Opened the box trying to find the packing slip so that I could make an accurate list without handling the parts that much.  Did not find the parts list but will leave this particular box open for inspection. 1 EACH NOS 2920007 Hurst Dual Gate Shifter 1 EACH 1970 340 Re-furbished 340 Four Barrel Air Cleaner with a used 340 Pie Tin. 1 Set of 4 Chrysler Used 14 inch Hubcaps of unknown year.   I am Guessing a mid 50’s.                           ... Read more

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Loretto, TN 38469 (195 miles away)

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1955 Plymouth Belvedere

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Florence, AL 35634 (199 miles away)
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1970 Plymouth CUDA

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1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

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77,907

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1968 Plymouth Roadrunner

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35,925

1968 Plymouth Road Runner. A REAL HEMI ROAD RUNNER! 35k original miles. One repaint in QQ1 Bright Blue Metallic paint, on the original factory rust free sheet metal. The rare interior is a deluxe trim grade, vinyl split bench seat, in silver on black. Powered by a code 73, 426 ci Hemi, 2-4 barrel 425 HP V8, backed by a 3 speed automatic transmission. Options include front power disc brakes, power steering, and AM radio. Blue painted to match, steel wheels and Chrysler dog dish hubcaps, keep this car rolling. This thing is a super sharp Thunder Chicken, that needs nothing!... Read more

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1970 Plymouth CUDA

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61,319

1970 Hemi Cuda. Vitamin C Orange with white vinyl top and white bucket seat interior. E74 code 426 ci 2-4 barrel 425 HP V8, 18 spline Hemi 4 speed transmission, and a Dana, super track pak 4.10 gear rear end. Options include day/night insde mirror, clock,radio with stereo tape, console, power disc brakes, an N96 shaker hood, and A62 Rally instrument package. Rolling stock consist of 15 rallye road wheels and BF Goodrich Tires. This car has had a frame off rotisserie restoration and includes original body panels and sheet metal. This is an R code Hemi car. Two fender tags. Owners manual. This is absolutely a beautiful car with good history!... Read more

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1970 Plymouth CUDA

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74,262

1970 AAR Cuda, Sublime Green, Rotisserie Restoration. 340 CI 6 pak engine backed by a pistol grip shifted 4-speed transmission. Rare J code car. Factory fiberglass scoop hood, with functional hood pins. New factory rear wheel exit exhaust system. The black interior looks fantastic. The bottom of the car looks just as slick as the topside. The paint and stripes look like brand new. Also equipped with the aerodynamic rear spoiler. This car is fitted with the wide factory ralley wheels and Goodyear Polyglas tires. Three carbs, fiberglass hood and spoilers, side exit exhaust and eye popping graphics make the Plymouth AAR Cuda a car that s hard to miss!! Shown by Appointment only. Please call to schedule your appointment today.... Read more

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