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From around 1956 until the mid 1980s, Dodge, Plymouth and even Chrysler squads were the most ubiquitous police cars in North America. In fact, the biggest department, the NYPD, used Plymouth and Dodge squads almost exclusively until the rear-drive M body car was finally axed in 1989.
The no-frills Savoy two-door sedan was home to another engine of considerable repute, the infamous 413 Max Wedge, a Super Stock monster block Chrysler introduced in the spring of 1962.
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This 1967 Plymouth Satellite convertible has been given a big investment to have a well-done triple-black look, and this rare Mopar even comes with good documentation. But what youre really going to love the best is that the full package has a beastly 482ci stroker motor under the hood. The latest application of black happened in 2014, and when you pay for quality, that modern clearcoat luster really loves to shine. So youll happily take this sunshine-friendly convertible out for plenty of Sunday drives. The sheetmetal is nicely creased in the right places, so it doesnt need extra trim to look good. In fact, we love the crisp lines that start at the headlights and flows almost seamlessly along the straight body until they meet the taillights. And speaking of the taillights, they have terrific appearance with the red surrounded by ribbed chrome. This is continued along the back panel for a very harmonious presentation. Its this level of detail that tells you they really paid attention to this one during its restoration. That makes sense considering the rarity - barely over 2,000 Satellite convertibles were produced in 67. But more than just look good, the Mag-style Mopar Road Wheels and redline tires remind you this came from a great era in muscle car motoring. The new black top looks crisp against the shining black paint, and with the touch of a button, it powers down to reveal a full black interior. So you get the ultra-desirable triple-black package with the dark paint, roof, and upholstery. The seats have a well-defined pattern that really grabs attention. These were midsize cars by 1960s standards, and today that means plenty of room to carry everyone. Thanks to the front bucket seats and a center console, you have individualized comfort no matter how many people come along for the ride. We know youll love all the great touches on this one from Plymouth logo steering wheel, to the artful gauges, to the original AM radio thats still cranking out tunes. Even the premium fender mount turn signals are still working. But your real favorite part is when you twist the key and awaken the beast under the hood. The engine bay looks exceptional. The turquoise on the block, factory air topper, and all the details give this the look of something stock. However, this they took Mopars mighty 383 cubic-inch V8 and stroker it to a monster 482 cubic inches. This big V8 inhales deeply with Holley four-barrel carburetor, and exhales with an authoritative sound out of the dual exhaust. And because this is a premium Satellite they took the time to make sure it fires up nicely and runs strong. The stout A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission has a Stage 2 shift kit to maximize the power on its way to the 3.91 limited-slip rear end that offers confident and powerful take-offs. And because this is built to be a driver, you have nice features like power steering and power brakes with discs up front. The sale comes complete with the factory buildsheet, original warranty card, and build receipts. This is a rare and powerful Mopar done to a show-worthy standard. So if you love a memorable muscle car classic, call today!
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482 Stroker V8
3 Speed Automatic
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