1956 Plymouth Belvedere Sport Coupe

1956 Plymouth Belvedere Sport Coupe

In 1956 the Belvedere was Plymouth’s top-of-the-line series having been promoted to its own line in 1954. Previously it was the name given to their hardtop body styles. Now in … Read more

1960 Plymouth Fury

1960 Plymouth Fury

1960 saw Plymouth’s top-of-the line Fury enter it’s second generation. It was also the year that all Chrysler cars (except Imperial) started using the new “Unibody” construction. At the rear … Read more

1957 Plymouth Fury

1957 Plymouth Fury

The all-new Plymouth’s for 1957 were headed by the beautiful Fury which was a sub-series of the Belvedere and came with just one model – the 2-door hardtop coupe (Sport … Read more

1959 Plymouth Sport Fury

1959 Plymouth Sport Fury

This has to be one of the most perfect cars cruising and getting noticed – the 1959 Plymouth Sport Fury Coupe. This was the year the Sport Fury was introduced … Read more

1966 Plymouth Satellite 426 Hemi

1966 Plymouth Satellite 426 Hemi

If you like an understated but ultra-rare hemi equipped car then this amazing 1966 Plymouth Satellite is the car for you. Leaving the factory with the mighty ‘Street Hemi’ 426 … Read more

1970 Plymouth GTX

1970 Plymouth GTX

The GTX was part of the intermediate series that also contained the other B-body cars; Belvedere, Satellite and Road Runner. It was based on the two-door hardtop Belvedere and, apart … Read more

1968 Plymouth GTX

1968 Plymouth GTX Convertible

If you want raw power with classic lines then look no further than this 1968 Plymouth GTX in Medium Green (code FF-1) with black interior. Powered by the 440 cubic … Read more