This car was absolutely nuts. This guy brought this ‘70 RR 440+6 car out to the MCACN event at the Gilmore Car Museum. He is the original owner, and would’ve bought a GTX, though didn’t like the bucket-seats, so he bought the Road Runner instead!
I’m pretty sure this car is a survivor. Regardless, it’s one of my favorites, mostly because of the hubcaps. The elephant is truly at home in the driver’s seat. Anyone else know the relevance of the Elephant to Chrysler?
Hey guys, I'm looking for my grandfather's long-lost '68 Satellite. He only has maybe a few weeks left, so I would like to find it before that day comes.
Sales Order no. : 187944
Bought it new in 1968, Maroon/White Vinyl Top/White Interior/White Accent Stripes.
Here is 1967 Dodge Coronet 440 I found in a driveway. For those who don’t know yet, 440 was a trim package for the Coronet, it didn’t signify the engine in the car. I would imagine it having a 318 or something .
Hey guys, I've been in search of the whereabouts of my Grandpa's 1968 Plymouth Sport Satellite. I've received the original options sheet on it from the dealer where my Grandpa bought it.
The car was produced at the Lynch Road Plant in Detroit, and sold to Hornbogen Auto Sales of Marquette, MI...
Howdy guys, my name is Ryan Cicholski, and I have been a Mopar enthusiast for a few years, not the cheapest hobby but better than drugs for a 16 year old, am I right? I figured I should introduce myself and why I'm here. I'm hoping to make a purchase on a Plymouth Roadrunner up north for my...