How about another ’69 Satellite? This one is owned by Carl Brown, and he has had it since new!
This is my 1969 Plymouth Sport Satellite. I purchased the car from the original owner, who had ordered the car new in the fall of 1968 from my dad who was a Plymouth Salesman. I have everything but the window sticker, even the order that was written up with the AM/FM radio. The problem there was he deleted it the next day because he didn’t know if that “FM thing” would last. The car has the Kelsey-Hayes front disc brakes and the manual height and adjustable drivers seat. The interior is all original except for the bucket seat cushion inserts which I replaced due to splitting in the seams. We are three generations of Chrysler car people. This car covers all three. Lots of stories here.
Darrell Dunivan from Cadet, Missouri owns this cool B-Body. Writes Darrell:
I got the car 3 years ago,it was completely taken apart,no glass no wiring fenders and trunk off, just out of the paint shop. My dad and I put it all back together and got it on the road, been driving it for about 4 months. I also did the seats and carpet myself and it still needs door panels and headliner.
See more pics after the jump!
Here’s a good reason why you shouldn’t leave you car running and unattended–someone might drive off with it! This happened on Sunday in Oklahoma City and the police have released a video of the theft, hoping to help find the stolen Mopar. Watch the video after the jump and read the full article at newsok.com
A little bit Charger, a little bit Belvedere/Satellite, a little bit Cuda and a lot of rock and roll. What do you think? Via Moparts
Today’s reader’s ride is Terry Couturier’s 1971 Plymouth Satellite, which he found in a barn eight years ago. It’s powered by a 360 which Terry rebuilt and stroked out to 408 cubic inches. After the jump I have pics of his son’s 1984 Ram and 2006 Ram.
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Now here’s a cool pic from back in the day! Via Moparts
BangShift just posted this awesome grainy old school video from 1966. A must-see for any Mopar fan. There’s some footage of the 1966 Winternationals with Ronnie Sox. Then watch a 4-speed Hemi 1966 Plymouth Satellite go up against the best of the era: 1966 Ford Fairlane 390, 1966 Pontiac GTO 389 and 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle 396. Can you guess which wins? Video after the jump!
Here’s one more B-body from the Mopars Unlimited Spring Roundup in Seattle this weekend. The purple Sport Satellite drove over 1,000 miles to get to the show from Calgary, Alberta Canada–through Montana and then over the snowy Chinook Pass at over 6000 feet of elevation! Not bad for an old carbureted Mopar! More pics after the jump–in the snow and at the show! Snow pics via Moparts
Saw this on TV while getting a haircut last week. Love the old Challenger and ’66 Satellite convertible! Check it out after the jump!
I’ve seen this car in person a few times at the Mopars Unlimited Spring Roundup and it’s very cool. But now it’s gotten featured by the Associated Press and has been picked up by a bunch of mainstream blogs. Read the full article at Komo News!