This 1966 Plymouth Satellite takes classic elements like its correct 383 V8 and correct colors. But as you look through the full package, you can see that this one has been given some big investments. That means fuel injection, overdrive, an A/C interior, and plenty of thoughtful touches that make this muscle car that's ready to drive near or far.
This coupe is done in its factory-correct Dark Red Metallic. This color was updated later in life to make sure it has a quality gloss to keep the car looking good. And the idea of the right investments to make this the best classic possible is a theme you're going to see throughout. The '66 Satellite had some of the most well-defined lines around, and so it's great to see a classic with well-done sheet metal, good gaps, and doors that close with confidence. And more than just the paint and panels, this one really gets the details right, too. We know you love features like the hood ornament, red detailing in the rear panel, and insignia badge at the base of the hardtop roof. And those Mopar Road wheels have redline tires to coordinate with the paint and add to the sporty attitude.
The Satellite was the premium end of the Belvedere line, and the interior likes to really remind you of that. Front bucket seats, an artful center console, and an overall clean and dark appearance make sure this looks like a premium Plymouth. And this is nicely detailed everywhere from the pattern embossed in the upholstery to the working courtesy lights. This is the kind of coupe that wants you to enjoy the drive. That's why there are nice upgrades like cold-blowing air conditioning and an AM/FM/CD stereo w/USB input. The classic Plymouth steering wheel has thin spokes so you can easily see the factory speedo as well as the upgraded large tach.
This was at the dawn of the muscle car era, and this one celebrates it correctly. It was born a 383 cubic-inch V8 car, and the block's build date corresponds to within a few days before this coupe's build date. So it's hard to believe this is anything but the original motor. But originality is only part of this car's allure. This was rebuilt within the last few years, right down to the pistons and bearings. Plus, it was upgraded with aluminum heads, an Edelbrock Performer intake, and topped with a Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection. This mighty motor not only fires up readily, but the header-fed dual exhaust lets it exhale with plenty of power. There are even electronic cutouts for when you really want to bring the thunder. The A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission was fully rebuilt, and now it even has Gear Vendors overdrive. It's the kind of overall setup where you're going to feel plenty of power, but there's comfort present, too. The power steering, power brakes, and upgraded front discs with drilled & slotted rotors all contribute to an overall easy cruising feeling in this muscle machine.
The sale comes complete with the Mopar broadcast sheet, Certicard warranty card, and maintenance receipts. So whether you're a fan of Mopars or just love high quality, you know this is the coupe for you. Call now!