In 1971, the Satellite underwent a redesign, adopting “fuselage” styling similar to larger Chrysler C-Body models for its two-door, four-door, and wagon models. The big Satellite was built on a shared platform with the Dodge Charger, Coronet, and the Plymouth Roadrunner – and today we’ve got a sweet 440ci powered wagon. Find this 1971 Plymouth Satellite bidding for $11,988 reserve-not-met with 3 days to go located in Dickson, TN.
I HAVE NEVER SEEN ONE OF THESE . I GREW UP IN THE 70’S. A SUPER RARE FIND. I CAN SEE THIS PULLING AN AIRSTREAM CAMPER OFF INTO THE MOUNTAINS OF THE WEST. IF YOU AQRE A PLYMOUTH OR MOPAR COLLECTOR, THIS IS A MUST TO HAVE. BETTER, BY FAR, THAN MONEY IN THE BANK. RUNS AND DRIVES LIKE A DREAM. THE ENGINE HAS NEVER BEEN INTO OR REPAINTED. NADA VALUE LISTED BELOW . ONLY OPTION ADDED IS THE 440/370HP ENGINE.
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