Price: US $21,995.00 Item location: Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Satellite
  • Type: Convertible
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1965
  • Mileage: 43,890
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: 273 V8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Red
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1965 Plymouth Satellite

Mopar's B bodies are a pile of fun, nd they just get better when the top goes down. This one's a real looker in WW1-code white with a bold red interior. But the best part might just be that this ultra-rare convertible is available at such an irresistible price.Plymouth produced less than 2,000 convertible versions of their Belvedere in the premium Satellite trim. That makes this rare, nd complete ragtop, he automotive equivalent of a Choose Your Own Adventure book. Take the elements that are already here: the big chrome bumpers, esh grille, omplete brightwork, agnum 500 wheels, nd straight body panels. This makes for the bones of a great head-turning, unny day cruiser. Or maybe you want to use it as a base to do more. After all, ts rarity will always make it a welcomed entry at most car shows.Just like the exterior, he interior is complete and unique. Its two-tone red bucket seats have an intricate pattern that reminds you this was the premium end of the Belvedere scale. We doubt these seats have been replaced over the car's lifetime, hich makes us marvel even more at their nice condition. The same colors are used on the door panels, ash, nd center console for a truly cool uniform appearance. When you slip behind the wheel, t instantly feels like premium '60s cruising. The style of the time was chrome, nd that's what you get on the full dash (framing the heater and AM radio controls), enter console, nd even on the inner ring of the steering wheel. That final touch of luxury comes from the remarkably quick power convertible top.Pop the hood, nd the feeling of originality continues. The 273 cubic-inch V8 has a very honest appearance and shows signs of being the original motor. It makes a nice sound when it fires up, f course that could be attributed to the great Cherry Bomb packs on the dual exhaust. We love the idea of this being the kind of convertible that's ready for cruising, nd the three-speed automatic goes a long way towards that feeling. The power steering and power brakes are all part of that attitude too. The price on this complete and rare Plymouth makes this the perfect car for just about everyone. Want a cool cruiser? Want a unique toy at a budget price? Want attention at the car cruise-ins? Anyone answering 'yes' should call us today!