12.5 SECOND 1970 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE

WOW!!! THIS IS ONE FAST, CLEAN AND COOL RIDE!!! THIS 1970 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE FEATURES A 440 V8 MOTOR, MANUAL VALVE BODY AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION-IT'S AN AUTOMATIC THAT HAS TO SHIFTED MANUALLY, 4BBL CARB., 12.5 SECOND MACHINE AS IT SITS, POWER STEERING, POWER BRAKES, ALPINE AM/FM STEREO WITH CASSETTE, AMERICAN RACING WHEELS, FLOOR PUSH BUTTON BRIGHTS, DUAL Exhaust AND SO MUCH MORE!!! THIS IS ONE BAD RIDE!!! SUPER CLEAN INSIDE AND OUT!!! VIN:RH23G0G236881 73,842 MILES. CALL RON AT 248-888-1262 FOR MORE DETAILS.

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Gregs new 1970 Plymouth Satellite
Here is my brother gregs new 1970 plymouth satellite bought today 5-1-08. This is a solid southern car and was stored for years, The car went to a shop in DePere Wi on Jan 6th 2009 for a complete ground up restoration, after being told it would take 60 days to complete, the car had to be taken away on August 6th 2009 the guys who did the resto wasted 8 months & $1000's of dollars and now the car is once again going to get a complete ground up restoration at a very reputable shop. What a shame, the restoration the guys did could have been done better by a first grade girl... To put the time and money spent on this beautiful car and to have it turn out like a $0.99 cent wal-mart spray bomb job is just sickning, then they admited they never blocked the car out before it was painted,and to look & feel like sand was mixed with the paint, very very disapointing. Don't worry Bro when it comes back this time it will be done rite by a true auto guy that knows what he is doing.





1970 Plymouth Satellite - CHI #405
1970 Plymouth Satellite for sale in our Chicago Showroom. This Plymouth was originally a 318 car but has been built as a sleeper with a 440 CID V8 under the hood! The rear end is a very streetable 2.76 ratio for cruising. Options include AM radio, power steering, seat belts, vinyl interior, rally wheels, and radial tires. Both the 318 and the 440 were from factory A/C cars so both compressors come with this car if someone wanted to put A/C back on. New parts on the Mopar for sale include water pump, radiator, shocks all around - the rear are air shocks, vinyl top, chrome valve covers and air cleaner to dress it up a bit, Pertronix electronic ignition, and fuel pump. This car is ready to run and could be driven as is or cloned into a Road Runner or GTX pretty easily. The Plymouth Satellite was an automobile introduced in 1965 as the top model in Plymouth's mid-size Belvedere line. The Satellite remained the top of the line model until the 1967 model year, where it became the mid-price model with the GTX taking its place as the top model. The Fury name was moved to Plymouth's mid-size models for 1975, at which time the Satellite name disappeared. The Satellite was built on Chrysler's mid-size "B" platform. If you want some reasonably priced Mopar muscle give us a call. This Satellite for sale is located in our Chicago Showroom, and can be seen at www.GatewayClassicCars.com, or call 708-444-4488 for additional information. Want to connect with us? Here's how: Website: http://www.GatewayClassicCars.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/GatewayClassicCars Google+: https://plus.google.com/117279883240095539866/posts Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/gatewayclassics/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/gatewayclassics YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/GatewayClassicCars Don't forget to subscribe to our channel to see more videos of some of the greatest classic, collectible, and exotic cars the world has to offer.





1970 Plymouth Road Runner, GTX, Satellite, Belvedere Sales Features - Dealer Promo Film
1970 Plymouth Road Runner, GTX, Satellite, and Belvedere Sales Features Video from the Chrysler Master Technician Service Conference Training Series. Used as a training tool for dealer salesmen and a sales tool for potential customers. Mopar is a registered trademark of Chrysler Group LLC. Master Tech series training materials are the property of Chrysler Group LLC and are used with permission.





1970 Plymouth RoadRunner 440 6 pack
1970 brought new front and rear end looks to the basic 1968 body, and it would prove to be another success. Updates included a new grille, leather seats, hood, front fenders, quarter panels, single-piston Kelsey-Hayes disc brakes (improved from the rather small-rotor Bendix 4 piston calipers of '68 - '69 ), and even non-functional scoops in the rear quarters.[1] The design and functionality of the Air Grabber option was changed this year to increase both efficiency and the "intimidation factor". A switch below the dash actuated a vacuum servo to slowly raise the forward-facing scoop, exposing shark-like teeth on either side. "High Impact" colors, with names like In-Violet, Moulin Rouge, and Vitamin C, were options available for that year. The 1970 Road Runner and GTX continued to be attractive and popular cars. The engine lineup was left unchanged although a heavy-duty three-speed manual became the standard transmission, relegating the four-speed to the option list along with the TorqueFlite automatic. This was to be the second and last year of the Road Runner convertible, with only 834 made. These cars are considered more valuable than the 1969 version due to a better dash, high impact colors and more options including the new high-back bucket seats shared with other Chrysler products which featured built-in headrests. The relatively popular 440 Six Barrel was relegated to option status for 1970. The 1969 "M" Code Edelbrock aluminum intake was replaced by a factory-produced cast iron piece; however, due to a porous casting, there was a recall early in the iron intake-equipped 440+6 run, and these were supposed to be replaced with the more-desirable Edelbrock intake from the year prior. Sales of the '70 Road Runner dropped by more than 50 percent over the previous year to around 41,000 units (about 1,000 ahead of Pontiac's GTO but still about 13,000 units behind Chevy's Chevelle SS-396/454). This would also be the last year of the road runner convertible with 834 total production. Only 3 hemi (R) code road runner convertibles were built. The declining sales of Road Runner and other muscle cars were the result of a move by insurance companies to add surcharges for muscle car policies - making insurance premiums for high-performance vehicles a very expensive proposition. Also, Plymouth introduced another bargain-basement muscle car for 1970, the compact Duster 340 which was powered by a 275-horsepower 340 Magnum V8 which in the lighter-weight compact A-body could perform as well if not better than a 383 Road Runner. Furthermore, the Duster 340 was priced even lower than the Road Runner and its smaller engine qualified it for much lower insurance rates. The Chevy engine comment was a joke.




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