A Long Neglected 67 Satellite 4spd Needs a Little Free Love
This diamond in the rough 1967 plymouth Satellite sits in her original
owner's yard. After a stint at racing with a 440, the owner returned the
383 with headers and parked her for years - but she starts-up and craves
asphalt! The body, tranny & interior are 100% original and complete, all
tinted class is intact and not cloudy, manual steering & brakes rounds-out
the power package. I would never canabalize such a rarity, but I do envy
the 4spd that would drop in my Black Fury - some day I will find one. The
owner has my number, but will not give out his. He is debating whether or
not his price of $6500 is enough to annul his 40 year vehicular marriage. I
have a feeling a fair amount of cash would sway his separation and let this
B body machine tear-up RTE 66 once again.
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.