1970 Plymouth Road Runner

Nice car, great condition! Note the pistol grip handle for the gearshift! Mopar figured out the secret ingredient to selling hot cars...base model, big engine, special trim! How could you go wrong?

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1963 1/2 Falcon Futura hardtop
This "scatback" version was introduced mid year...and has a more streamlined appearance than the formal roofline (Thunderbird inspired) that preceeded it. This one looks in showroom condition. This sports air conditioning, nice bucket seats and a console.





1962 Ford Thunderbird Sports Roadster
A mechanically very sophisticated car. This body style was in mid run, and 1963 would be the last year for the style. Note the hash marks in the rear quarterpanels..next year they would be in the doors. Note the convertible top lowered into the trunk cavity. I'm sure luggage space was limited by this somewhat, but probably not as much as those cars where the steel top folded into the trunk When sitting in those seats, you felt surrounded by the instrument panel...a veritable cockpit. The very large tailights completed the rocket/airplane feel!





1970 Plymouth Fury Sport Suburban station wagon
They didn't make them much bigger than this! Woodgrain applique to mimic wood. Note the rear opening door. The third row of seating faces the rear, a fairly common technique at the time, mandatating entrance from the rear of the vehicle. This is a reissue of an old video, who knows about whether it is still for sale.





1975 Plymouth Duster....Twister
This was the two door version of the Valiant...with base interiors, but often large powerplants. The SunOfMe identified it as a Twister, so it would have the 225 c.i. slant 6 engine. Even with that 6 cylinder, this would have been a strong performer...plenty of low end torque.




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