1973 Plymouth Satelite
Originally started out it life as a 318 car purchased by the current owner and driven for a few years. Then his brother bought it and installed a 440 backed by a 727, Aluminum Radiator $432.95, Wheels Weld Racing Drag Light with rear 274/60 15 Mickey Thompson ET Street drag radials, front Sportsman S/T radials $900, RRM RB Ignition package $252.90, Magna Flow mufflers with 2/1/2” pipe $700, Alternator $61.99, Intake valley pan gasket, RB High Torque Mini Starter $138.85, Torque Converter Invoice $66, Chrome headers $820, Mopar aluminum valve covers, breather & studs $213.25, Mancini Chrome alternator bracket, Mopar Air cleaner $105.25
All this needs is some love and your ready to go! Maybe a Road Runner clone?
Jim has the parts also…….
Call Jim at 503.390.2763
1971 Dodge Charger 440 Magnum RT for Sale – (click to print)
1970 Plymouth GTX Race Car For Sale $95,000.00
5 gal fuel cell in trunk
Battery in trunk
25.1C 4130 chrome moly tube chassis built by Mark Constantine of Auto Fab Race Cars Certified to 6.0 Funny car cage.
Strut front suspension
BG 400 fuel pump in trunk
Slight wing on trunk lid to keep tires planted
4 link suspension
Ford 9″ rear aluminum center section 391 gears – spool
Sway bar at rear end
On board Safe Craft fire system Model RS 8.5lbs.
Double adjustable shocks
Gebler headers (under chassis) 2 1/4 primaries, tube length 29″
Wilwood disc brakes
Removable front end and trunk
A & A Transmission Torqueflite 727 Ultimateflite, CSR Supershield carbon fiber, transcooler w/built in fan (trunk) Holds 1600 hp and 1000 ft lbs torque. External JAZ catch can.
Nitrous torque converter by CCM Converters
Removable floor pans (aluminum)
Chrome moly drive shaft
Weighs 2200 lbs
Braided fuel lines from trunk thru rocker panel to engine compartment
Windjammer under front bumper to keep front end down.
Fiber glass parts: Deck lid, bumpers (front and rear), front fenders, hood and doors.
Light weight glass (Lexan)
Overhead control panel (ignition)
MSD Ignition 7AL-3 w/trigger HVC 2 coil
Biondo box for nitrous Dual 4 stage timer
Nitrous system supplied by Applied Nitrous – Jeff Prock One stage system
John Holt Racing did installation of plumbing and wiring for nitrous system
Pro 4 link with 4130 chrome moly bars
Diagonal locator at rear
Hypercoil springs with aluminum hubs
Rack and pinion steering unit
Steering column with one joint
Front and rear driveshaft loops
Roof mounted tow hook
Two bump start buttons on both sides of motor at firewall
Aluminium Griffin radiator with cooler
Pro Comp fuel pressure gauge for carbs
Pro Comp II Tach
Autometer Vac gauge for vacuum pump
Autometer Oil Temp gauge
Pro Comp oil pressure gauge
Pro Comp water temp gauge
Dedenbear crossover reaction time delay box
Computech exhaust/gas temp monitor
Pro comp nitrous pressure gauge
On/off switch and purge switch for nitrous
MSD Ignition shift light
658 Aluminum Indy motor built by MEM Engine Builders/North Carolina, with many extras.
Dry sump, oiling system (Missile) with System 1 oil filter
Accumulator for priming motor
Diaper for motor
613 Aluminium Indy Heads
Jesel – rockers, lifters and belt drive
Custom CompCam for car application
Two carbs (King Demon 1195’s)
Oiling spray bars in valve covers
Aluminium rods with lightweight rist pins
5″ stroke crankshaft- Lunati
Pistons coated for nitrous
Aerospace Vacuum pump
Meziere electric water pump
John Holt Racecars fabricated extra cooling for heads.
Check out this 1970 Plymouth GTX in Limelight green.
Originaly bought in 1971.
I am second owner of this Pistol Grip 4 speed, Air Grabber Hood that was restored in 1989 and to top it off the console is signed by Richard Petty !
I hate to sell but call me with your questions and to set up an appointment at 503-581-8591, my cell 503-580-5540 or my email firstname.lastname@example.org
A beautiful! 1966 Dodge Charger, 440 Wedge Six pack. PB. PS. Fully restored, Top to Bottom.
Rebuilt front suspension. Zero Rust! Secret Stereo system.
$38,900… For more information Call Bud at:
Interested in my 56 Dodge Coronet 2dr. post. 270 V/8, pushbutton auto.Original int. is in excellent shape. Body in great shape. Showing 76,000mi. believed to be correct. Have past 2 owner’s names for the last 15+ yrs. Car only been driven 3000 mi. in the last 10yrs. Runs like a top and shifts fine. If anyone has an interest I am asking $12,500. I have never seen another. Car is located in Tacoma Thanks, Roy G. 253-370-5999 cell