1972 Plymouth Satellite
You are looking at a real survivor Satellite Sebring PLUS. Car still wears its original black/silver paint and 3/4 white vinyl roof in very good condition. Body has some door dings and a small dent in each front fender right near the front bumper. The paint still shines nicely and is original to the car, so I wasn't planning on having it repainted. Interior is in very good condition. Original door panels in excellent shape as is the dash pad and instrument bezel. ZERO rust other than a bit of surface rust on the differential and rear leaf springs. Floor pans and frame rails still have factory undercoating. Windows roll up and down like they did from the factory, and all glass is in good condition. Bumpers are in very good condition and most of the stainless trim available only on the SSP is in good shape although a couple pieces need some straightening. Car is a 318/2Bbl with a 904 transmission. PS/PB/Factory AC. Rallye dash with correct factory tach (I replaced the clock with the correct tach from Charger Industries). Front bucket seats have been recovered with Legendary seat covers and new foams. (Drivers side seat bottom had a rip in it). Rear seat in very good condition. I replaced the factory AM only radio with a correct AM/FM radio with rear fader. Car was owned by the same family in Stockton CA from June 1972 to March 2015 and garaged. I am the fourth owner. Only previous modifications to the car are the Magnum 500 15 inch wheels and brand new Goodyear Indy 500 tires (225/70R in front, 225/60R in rear), and 2 1/2 inch dual exhaust. The car starts, runs and drives beautifully! Does not use a drop of oil and everything on the car works (lights, horn, windshield wiper and washer, all gauges, AM/FM radio) with the exception of the AC. I bypassed the low press switch and the compressor does run, so it is low on Freon. Since I have owned it, some other items I addressed: installed a new battery with correct hold down bracket, found a correct jack and new spare tire and trunk mat, replaced the AC compressor clutch (old one was noisy), and replaced the windshield washer reservoir. Car is numbers matching and I have the build sheet. Clear AZ title. This is one of the very few unmolested 71/72 fuselage body style 2 door Plymouths left that hasn't undergone a big bucks restoration! Inspections welcome with prior notice, please call my cell (585-615-0456) with any questions or to arrange an inspection. Car is sold with no stated or implied warranty's. Buyer responsible for shipping from zip 85340. 500 dollar deposit by check or money order due 72 hours after auction closes. Balance due by bank check or wire transfer. Thanks for looking and happy bidding! NOTE; This SSP has a rallye instrument cluster (round pods) and is a slap stick automatic with a center console. This was the standard set up for a Sebring PLUS. I have also posted a picture of the fender tag for those interested. .