1972 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus (Road Runner/GTX)

1972 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus

Condition: Used
Make: Plymouth
Model: Satellite
SubModel: 2 door
Type: Coupe
Trim: Sebring Plus
Year: 1972
Mileage: 4,200
VIN: RP23P2XXXXXX
Color: Black
Engine: 400 4bbl P-code
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: White
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Barnegat, New Jersey, United States
Extras
Air Conditioning, Power Windows
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Description for Plymouth Satellite 1972

1972 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus "P CODE"
One of 1076 Automatics produced according to Galen white book.

I restored this car to own forever so I used the best of everything, it turned out beautiful and is a really high end driver +++. I am very anal/critical of my cars and it shows. Besides being the only one of it's kind when your out and about or at a show people are always drawn to it!

This car is a pleasure to drive . Has tons of power!

Engine is a 10.5 to 1 pump gas Aluminum Head 400 stroked to 512 cubic inches .

***Original 400 included in sale.***

Original 727 Automatic 3.55 8 3/4

A/C completely restored and using R-12
Original radiator restored by Glen-ray, car always runs very cool.
Wiper motor, blower motor were restored by Bill Meerholz
Restored correct master cylinder and original booster redone by Booster Dewey.
Has correct Yellow cap Group 24 battery in it now.
Date coded wires, hoses voltage regulator etc..
Power Windows AM-FM from Retro Radio with a bluetooth plug hidden in ashtray.

4200 miles since restore on complete car
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Original sheetmetal first repaint in 2014 factory TX9 Black car.
This car was born triple Black but I changed top and interior color to mimic my first Satellite Sebring Plus.
After the drivetrain was removed the inner front wheel wells were power washed along with rear wheel wells and bottom of car.
Factory undercoated car that I freshened up.
Front wheel wells were painted when engine compartment was painted per factory.
The trunk is so nice I didn't restore it and still has original tire jacking instruction decal.
White Canopy Vinyl Top and White Bucket seat interior.
Correct headliner from SMS seat covers from Legendary etc...
I Restored complete dash and woodgrain pieces done by GCAR

Also every emblem is NOS including the header panel emblem.
Some side moldings are NOS the rest is very nice original
The driver's side mirror is NOS also.
Door latches were restored.
Door strikers are NOS

Every bracket and pulley on engine powder coated.
Every bracket for grill and bumper powder coated.
Transmission crossmember powder coated.
Rearend housing powder coated.
K-Frame powder coated
Suspension all rebuilt and painted correct colors and factory markings that were found on disassembly reproduced.
Lower control arms Cosmoline coated.

Car was never rusted or damaged, almost a survivor when I started the process. Two broadcast sheets, fender tag, braking sheet, quality control sheet (I found under the carpet) owner's manuals, warranty card with original owners name and selling dealer in California.
Everything is matching but have original engine sitting under the bench, was running fine when removed in 2014. (Included in sale)

I built a 75 400 Stroked to 512 using 440 Source kit and also 440 Source Aluminum Stealth Heads. All components were rechecked and balanced.
TM-6 intake and Holley 750 Carburetor. Full TTI exhaust: Headers to 3" X system to super turbo mufflers and 3" tail pipes.

Extremely street-able pump gas 10.5 to1 set-up
Drives like a regular car, have taken 1-2 hour trips in it to shows etc...
Block was boiled, decked, magge, sonic tested and bored with plates. Hydraulic Comp. Cams and adjustable Crane ductile rockers and custom Smith Bros. pushrods.

Heads were checked and springs and retainers swapped out for Edelbrock take-offs.

Original 727 was rebuilt by Mike Bonsanti of H.P. Motors.
Case was blasted with walnut shells and clear powder coated
Bolt-in sprag, red clutches, MP deep pan etc...
HEMI type convertor redone by PTC.

489 rear center section was totally rebuilt w/Eaton Tru Trac, US Gear, Timken bearings, crush sleeve eliminator and 7290 u-bolt yoke.
Axles have Timken adjustable factory style bearings.
Backing plates were stripped and coated with RPM (ECS product)
Housing powder coated and original markings reproduced.

Rally Wheels 15x 7 and Good Year Poly Glas G 60-15 and L 60-15 tires.
Brushed trim rings also.

I can go on and on for hours and have 100's of pictures before, during and after the work was done.


****Sorry I had to use the dirty Fender Tag picture from before restoration, paint reflection doesn't allow me to get a good shot now.*****


Come see car in person or send your inspection person before auction end not after because then it's too late you own it!!!.



Car is for sale local so reserve the right to end auction at any time.

ONLY contact if you are serious and understand what a rare and sorted out car this is.

Do Not bid if you don't have all the funds to buy, buyer responsible for any and all shipping costs.

One Thousand Dollar ($1000) NON-REFUNDABLE PAY PAL deposit required within 24 hours of auction end.

NO TRADES Cash sale/Bank Wire transfer within 3 days of auction end.

Ron, Three Four Seven 6 Six Eight 9 Eight 9 Seven Eastern time between 8am- 10pm.