Classic Cars: Plymouths For Sale

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1970 Plymouth Road Runner

When you dream of Mopar muscle, isn't this 1970 Plymouth Road Runner what it looks like? This is the more desirable hardtop coupe version that blends the pillarless doorframe with a blocky muscular stance. And the cool paint scheme...

$35,995   Concord, North Carolina

1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Instantly recognizable yet has a few tasteful upgrades, and when it was restored the owner created his own version of his dream car, a white-on-black Road Runner. The result is one of the coolest 'Beepers we've ever seen.

$33,995   Fort Worth, Texas

1973 Plymouth Barracuda

The Hemi 'Cuda may very well sit at the top of the muscle car food chain and this stunning 1973 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda tribute delivers in every way that matters: loads of power from a 528 cubic inch Hemi V8, a 5-speed manual gearbox, gorgeous paint...

$109,995   Fort Worth, Texas

1964 Plymouth Valiant Signet

This funky little 1964 Plymouth Valiant Signet convertible is the kind of car that you rarely see anymore. And with appealing bright red paint, a robust slant-six with a 4-speed, and those unusual looks, it's a very affordable way to stand out...

$15,995   Fort Worth, Texas

1964 Plymouth Sport Fury

Classic droptop motoring doesn't get much better than this rare 1964 Plymouth Sport Fury. Top-of-the-line trim, V8 Mopar muscle, and a new power folding top means you're ready to cruise any time the sun is shining...

$20,995   Concord, North Carolina

1968 Plymouth GTX

A 1968 Plymouth GTX that's factory-correct inside and out, and even has it original 440 big block under the hood?! Oh yes, this low-numbers Mopar is just as unique and special as you think. Just check out the interior!...

$53,995   La Vergne, Tennessee

1966 Plymouth Belvedere II 426 HEMI

Listen up Mopar purists! What you're looking at is a real-deal 426 Hemi-equipped 1966 Plymouth Belvedere II. Broken down by the ...

$89,995   Charlotte, North Carolina

1954 Plymouth Plaza

A cool two-door wagon fully built with slick paint, a loaded A/C interior, and serious V8 power... all wrapped in Mopar-level rarity?! This is the kind of complete custom build that people pay six-figures to get...

$39,995   Concord, North Carolina

1958 Plymouth Plaza

It's OK if you haven't heard of the Plymouth Plaza. Built for just three years (1957-59), it was the entry-level Plymouth mostly designed for fleet buyers. However, that doesn't mean they left out the styling or the performance...

$36,995   Fort Worth, Texas

1968 Plymouth Road Runner

The Plymouth Road Runner was the most honest muscle car around when it first hit the scene in 1968. These were all about offering the most power bang for the buck, and this coupe takes it one step further...

$43,995   Concord, North Carolina