Plymouth created the Satellite as it's entry into the "mid sized" market with a lean towards the younger set using a more stylish body line and as an entry level muscle car. However, when they decided to take the roof off of it and make it an open car they created a sleek high performance inexpensive convertible that not only stimulates the physical aspect of a muscle car but also the classy side of cruising. Here is a fully, rotisserie, restored example that is numbers matching, has all the right stuff, is done in a clorrect color, and runs great. It looks as good underneath as on top and the topside is fabulous. The original fender tag is in place and it codes out to be very true to original. Unfortunately we have not gotten a broadcast sheet with this one. It is powered by a 383 CID V8 and 727 Torqueflite transmission along with a 3.23 rear end, this one is a riot to drive. The Sunfire Yellow paint with white bench seat interior and power roof look fabulous on this solid and very well restored to original Plymouth. It is made easy to drive with power steering, brakes, the Torqueflite transmission, and always desireable air conditioning that blows cold.