All original to 1973, this Satellite is a great piece of Plymouth history! Being a premiere luxury model of the Chrysler line up, it includes a very comfortable interior, smooth ride, plenty of power, console shift automatic transmission, and the original radio. The 318ci motor has the original patina on it showing it has lived through decades of American history. Imagine where it has driven through, what it's seen and the situations its been in. The next owner will be able to continue the story! The original seat belt instructions have even lived through all these years and were still in the visor when we found it! The original spare tire and jack are in the trunk and look like they were never even used. We serviced this car and replaced all the typical wear items such as hoses, belts, ignition components and more. Come get a taste of 1973 with this satellite!
A new design was introduced for the 1971 model year. The Satellite adopted new "fuselage" styling - in line with the facelifts on the larger Chrysler C-Body models - on the two-door, four-door, and wagon models. Unlike previous years, 4-door sedans and 2-door coupes did not share sheet metal and each carried unique styling. Sedans were available in base, Custom, and Brougham trim, while two-doors were available in base trim (with rear windows that did not roll down), Sebring trim, and Sebring Plus trim. Station wagons were available in base, Custom, or wood-trimmed Regent models. Two-door models had a loop-type front bumper, and this body was the basis for the related GTX and Roadrunner models. For the 1973 model year, the two-door models - including the Sebring - received more conventional front end and squared up sheet metal and rear side windows