Classifind Cut: 1972 Plymouth Satellite Sebring – NOW $19,999
February 3, 2021 Update – We just discovered a fresh listing for this Plymouth Satellite we first featured at the end of November. In their latest listing, the private seller reduced their asking price b y $2,500 to $19,999.
January 18, 2021 Update – We just came across another new listing for the ’72 Plymouth Sebring we first featured at the end of November. The pictures, description, walk-around video, and price all remain the same.
January 2, 2021 Update – We just came across a new listing for the ’72 Plymouth Sebring we first featured at the end of November. The pictures, description, walk-around video, and price all remain the same.
Despite the forced move to reduced power to meet ever-increasing emissions, Plymouth’s third-generation, fuselage styled Plymouth Satellite looked the part. It’s becoming very rare to find a rust-free, unmolested example such as this all-green 1972 Sebring currently listed here on Craigslist in Upper Montclair, New Jersey with non-working factory air conditioning, many spare parts, and a current asking price of $22,500. The Collector Car Market Review Online Tool confirms that the ask is likely a bit too optimistic as it’s about $900 above this guide’s current #1 “Excellent” appraisal of $21,600. If you are serious about buying this Plymouth, you can start the conversation by either calling or texting Bob at (201) 838-3662. When you connect, please remember to mention you saw their Satellite Sebring featured here on GuysWithRides.com. Good luck with the purchase!
Here’s the seller’s description:
“Difficult to find one as rust-free and loaded with options as this “Walt Kowalski Green” Plymouth Satellite!
Video is here: https://youtu.be/Q2svO6eZYP4
(Cold Start. Electric Choke is on until I blip the throttle)
• Factory Power Brakes (New master cylinder)
• Discs Front / Drums Rear (New calipers, pads and brake lines)
• Factory Air Conditioning (Needs charging)
• Power Steering
• Air ride rear struts (Adjusted with a compressor)
• New seat covers
• New Carpet
• New Headliner
• Freshened up original 5.2L V8
• New carb and ignition system
• New chrome bumpers front and rear
• New sway bar and bushes
• New Radiator
• Plugs / Wires / Cap / Rotor
• Fuel lines
• New Cragar SS Rims and tires. (14″ and 15″)
Chrome trim adding around doors (I have)
Heater core ($99)
Grill is removed from car (I have)
This car drives really well – you can literally drive it 100 miles home.
Headlights, turn signals and wipers are functional”
Show or go: what would you do with this nicely optioned Plymouth Sebring? Comment below and let us know!