1972 Plymouth Satellite Sebring
Just prior to the Arab oil embargo where all the muscle car makers
were in a panic because of the skyrocketing price of gas, and they
were forced into stringent emission control standards, this car was
introduced. With fuselage styling (Chrysler Corporation's full-size
cars had a peculiar styling, called the Fuselage Look. They were
so-named because their sides were deep and rounded, like the
fuselage on an airplane. As well, the cars' belt lines were so deep
that window space was relatively shallow.) and a larger power plant
for 1972 it was Damn the Torpedos!
There's just something about a broad shouldered Mopar that appeals
to pretty much everyone with a pulse. Maybe it's their wow factor.
Maybe it's the sense of strength they convey. Or maybe it's simply
the surface development of their hard-edged panels. Whatever the
case may be, this original Satellite in Sebring trim, carries all
that classic Chrysler charm under a whole slew of details which
highlight a clean and modern appearance, all the way back from
A self-described "show paint job" carefully resprayed with Golden
Haze, it will be difficult to find any a fault on this fuselage
looker. Great looking Sebring trim is seen to start snaking
rearward at the front bumper, going around the front wheel well,
then headed back over the door and rear quarter panel where it goes
for another up and down ride around the rear wheel well, and
finally ending at the rear bumper. This similar style drip molding
traces its way around the base of the consigner stated new black
vinyl top and rear window. Also, one can see new Magnum 500 wheels
and tires...and there you have it...Sebring trim.
A vinyl bench in Saddle Tan with matching door panels, and a rear
bench fill the inside of the passenger compartment. Smart
"Satellite Sebring" floor mats cover a very clean golden-brown
carpet. A simple very clean (literally and figuratively) orderly
dash stretches from door to door and is all original including the
38,044 miles that have been clocked during the long life of this
car. A nice tight clean headliner tops the interior off, and noted
is a very nice original steering wheel, and an AM Music Master
radio in working condition.
An unbelievably clean engine which touts a 318ci displacement, and
blue paint, has all kinds of shine and no corrosion on any surface,
as well as electronic ignition. The standard 2-barrel carburetor
sits atop with a flawless air cleaner in black protecting the carb.
Bolted on to the back is a TorqueFlite automatic transmission.
Slight surface rust is noted on an otherwise clean undercoated
frame and floor panels as well as underside of rockers. A
Flowmaster dual exhaust sales its way rearward form the 318ci
Mopar fans here is a true original. Always garaged, a onetime near
perfect respray, and always maintained like a favorite prize
flower, this beautiful and loooong car is a turn key classic.
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special
interest automobile showroom, featuring over 300 vehicles for sale
with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle
barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania,
conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76
Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and
our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for
more information or to come see the vehicle in person.