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NO RESERVE - 1965 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE 2-DOOR HARDTOP 426 STREET WEDGE

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$12,000

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NO RESERVE - 1965 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE 2-DOOR HARDTOP 426 STREET WEDGE

High Bidder:  rlgmarketing

Auction Type:  No Reserve

Winning Bid: $12,000 (USD)

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Location:

New Market, Maryland 21774

Seller:

Private Party

Engine:

426-S Wedge

Transmission:

Automatic

Odometer:

45,207 (Mi)

Chassis/VIN:

R451233927

Carfax:

Lot Number:

Winning Bid: $12,000 (USD)

High Bidder:  rlgmarketing

Auction Type:  No Reserve

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Location:

New Market, Maryland 21774

Seller:

Private Party

Engine:

426-S Wedge

Transmission:

Odometer:

45,207 (Mi)

Chassis/VIN:

R451233927

Carfax:

Lot Number:

52932701

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Vehicle Story

OVERVIEW

This unrestored 1965 Plymouth Satellite 2-Door Hardtop is powered by a reportedly numbers-matching "Street Wedge" 426ci V8 backed by a rebuilt TorqueFlite three-speed automatic transmission. According to Chrysler records, out of the 800 1965 Satellite 2-Door Hardtops made with a 426ci Street Wedge V8 for the U.S. market, this is one of only 265 produced with an automatic gearbox. Finished in matte black and equipped with a beige roof over a black vinyl interior, this Plymouth comes with removed original parts, additional parts, transmission rebuild documentation, promotional materials, and a clear title in the seller's name.


Highlights: 

  • Bucket seats
  • Center console
  • AM/FM radio
  • Rear speaker with reverb

Ownership History:

  • Offered by a private seller
    • Purchased in 2018
  • Current location: Maryland
  • Previously sold on AutoHunter in April 2024 (Lot Number 50663191)

EXTERIOR

Key Features:

  • Matte black with a beige roof
  • Fender-mounted antenna
  • Driver-side mirror
    • Manual remote
  • Rocker and wheel well trim

Modifications:

  • Color changed from Medium Red Metallic (Code TT1)

Known Flaws:

  • Rust on the body and trunk floors

WHEELS AND TIRES

  • 14-inch steel wheels
    • Full spinner hubcaps
  • Whitewall radial tires

INTERIOR

Key Features:

  • Black vinyl upholstery (code P4X)
  • Front bucket seats
  • Manual windows
  • Manual steering
  • Center console-mounted automatic transmission shifter
  • AM/FM radio
  • Rear speaker with reverb

Modifications:

  • Aftermarket fuel cell mounted in the trunk

INSTRUMENTS

  • Odometer shows 45,207 miles
    • Reportedly accurate
  •  120-mph speedometer
  •  6,000-rpm tachometer
  •  Gauges:
    • Fuel level
    • Alternator

Modifications:

  • Oil pressure and coolant temperature gauges

ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION

Engine:

  • 426ci "Street Wedge" V8
    • Reportedly numbers-matching
    • Single 4-barrel carburetor

Modifications:

  • Chrome valve covers
  • Chrome air cleaner housing

Transmission:

  • 727 TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic 

UNDERCARRIAGE, SUSPENSION, BRAKES, AND EXHAUST

Key Features:

  • Original 426cid V8 option package equipment:
    • Sway bar
    • Heavy-duty suspension
      • Similar to that used in police cars in 1965
    • Larger brakes
  • Independent front suspension
  • Solid rear axle
    • Sure-Grip differential
    • 3.23:1 gears
  • 4-wheel manual drum brakes
  • Dual exhaust outlets

ITEMS INCLUDED WITH THE VEHICLE

  • Removed original parts
  • Additional parts
    • New uninstalled carpeting kit
  • Transmission rebuild documentation
  • Promotional materials
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Comments & Questions

June 06, 2024
10:19 AM
Seller

Numbers Break down like this Plymouth total car production 1965 = 728,228 units/Total Plymouth cars ordered with a 426 wedge = 4,469 units Also on the Mopar front Dodge built 2,100 cars with a 426 wedge out of the 489,065 total units built in 1965. So out of over 1 million cars built by Mopar in 1965 (1,217,293 total cars Dodge & Plymouth 1965) Only 6,569 had the 7 liter 426 wedge option box checked in 1965. Very Rare Mucle Cars! less then 1% of total production. The 426 was a pricey option in 1965.

June 06, 2024
08:34 AM

BID: $12,000

June 05, 2024
08:29 AM
Jgs

BID: $11,500

June 02, 2024
04:30 PM

BID: $11,000

June 01, 2024
08:53 AM
Seller

The man that ordered this car new from the Lynch Rd plant was a scientist. William E Cooper from Batavia Illinois. Mr Copper worked at Brookhaven National Laboratory and his work decals are still on car. Mr Cooper had this car ordered new in( 1964 or 65) & kept it till the car was sold at his estate sale in 2017. I have been told but not able to verify that many of these performance auto's got in the hands of guys like Mr Cooper. Top Scientists & such. This Model Kit of what appears to be a Government agent of some sort getting in a 1965 426-s Satellite will be included with sale. Most know the Lynch rd plant story i guess. Very rare ride with much history!

May 31, 2024
05:31 PM

BID: $9,900

May 31, 2024
03:58 PM
Seller

Muscle car of the week video of a 1965 426-s Satellite. Good 5 min Video on this rare automobile. A fun vid to watch !

May 31, 2024
03:38 PM
Seller

Legit Early Mopar Muscle Car! They hold there value Very well !

May 31, 2024
02:23 PM
Seller

Yes, this is a unrestored car so the flaws are seen. car has rust here and there as would be expected of a 60 year old unrestored auto. Some rust in trunk and around wheel wells. Floors good shape. No major rust issues underneath car but not a show car undercarriage for sure. Car is tagged and on road in driving condition. The reserve on this car is what the 426 wedge engine would cost alone. If you could find one! added a few pics of underside . sorry not the best pics

May 31, 2024
12:04 PM
Bidder

Greetings, one more question since I am not there to crawl under the car. You've given a good description and provided good pictures, but none of the undercarriage. There appears to be quite a bit of body rust. I am concerned about what lies beneath. What is the condition of the undercarriage in relation to rust/corrosion? Is there heavy frame rust such as cross-members, shock towers, rocker panels, wheel wells or any other area that may have severe and/or heavy corrosion and rust? I understand the car is not restored and this is why I ask.

May 30, 2024
11:03 AM
Seller

@Moparmatt59 – What happened with this car? It was sold about a month ago on this forum. Was something not revealed about the automobile condition or simply a buyer that was unable to produce the funds for purchase? Thanks. ...

Hey Moparmatt59, Correct. Car was not paid for looked at or anything. Bidder did not pay and wanted all my bank info & such, a bit shady 2 me. His loss! Somebody will be very happy with this Rare Early # matching 7 liter 426 Mopar Muscle car! 1 of only 265 built. this car was built at legendary Lynch rd plant. Not many of these cars around today! ( Mopar Nationals only about a month away in PA] Best regards, Will

May 30, 2024
10:23 AM
Bidder

What happened with this car? It was sold about a month ago on this forum. Was something not revealed about the automobile condition or simply a buyer that was unable to produce the funds for purchase? Thanks.

May 30, 2024
10:20 AM

BID: $3,000

May 30, 2024
06:34 AM

BID: $2,800

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