1973 Plymouth Road Runner

The 1973 Road Runner received completely new sheet metal and had more conventional squared-up front-end styling, which resembled the four-door models and actually increased sales by 40%. Read the full story Sign up now to read the full story ...

Motorious Explores The Plymouth Barracuda

An American two-door vehicle built for the pony car market, the Plymouth Barracuda was produced for an entire decade from 1964 through 1974 model years The Plymouth Barracuda – A Valiant-based pony car built to rival the Ford Mustang! An ...

Mopar Mashup: Vintage Plymouth 'Cuda Rendered On A Modern Dodge Challenger

Could there be a Dodge ‘Cuda model sometime in the distant future? Mopar enthusiasts are on cloud nine right now after the recent debut of Dodge’s high-performance lineup for the 2021 model year. While that is in regards to actual ...

This Rare, Numbers-Matching '70 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Slipped Through The Cracks

A 1-of-284 ‘Cuda didn’t meet reserve at Barrett-Jackson in May. The 1960s and ’70s were two decades that saw the influx of muscle and pony cars hit showroom floors brand new. Automakers battled it out by producing car that were ...

1965 Plymouth Barracuda

Much stayed the same in 1965 for the Plymouth Barracuda. The big news was the introduction of the new “Formula S” performance option that included the Commando V8. The standard 170 slant six was replaced by the 225 Slant ...

1964 Plymouth Barracuda

The Barracuda beat the Mustang to market by two weeks (April 1, 1964). Read the full story Sign up now to read the full story and get access to all members-only posts. Subscribe Already have an account? Sign in ...

1966 Plymouth Barracuda

Engines were the same in 1965 and 1966. Like the 1965 models, no badges on the car indicated the car was a Valiant Barracuda, though it was still a Valiant with a fastback and modified grill (which, as with ...

1967 Plymouth Barracuda

The new Barracuda was completely restyled and no longer shared any kind of sheet metal with the Valiant, although under the skin the platform was still shared with that car. The engine bay was widened so the big-block 383 ...

1968 Plymouth Barracuda

The Barracuda received only minor styling changes for 1968 – the big news was under the hood. The 225-cube slant six continued as the entry-level powerplant, but even the base V8 was significantly upgraded, with a huge bore increase ...

1971 Plymouth Road Runner

The 1971 Road Runner was part of the Satellite group and its bodywork was completely changed to a more rounded “fuselage” design. It included a steeply raked windshield, hidden cowl, and deeply inset grille and headlights. Read the full ...

1970 Plymouth Road Runner

The 1970 Road Runner arrived with new front and rear looks. Updates included a new grille, leather seats, hood, front fenders, quarter panels, single-piston Kelsey-Hayes disc brakes, and even non-functional scoops in the rear quarters. Read the full story ...

1969 Plymouth Road Runner

The 1969 Road Runner retained mostly the same look with a few exceptions like taillights, grille, side marker lights, optional bucket seats, and new Road Runner decals. Read the full story Sign up now to read the full story ...

1972 Plymouth Road Runner

The 1972 Road Runner was nearly identical to the 1971, but with a few exceptions like new grille design, new taillights designed to match the new aerodynamic look of the grille, and new side marker lights. Read the full ...

1974 Plymouth Barracuda

When all was said and done in 1974, the Barracuda had by far its worst sales year ever, and production was only 11,734, which also represented the lowest production number for any pony car. Read the full story Sign ...

1973 Plymouth Barracuda

In 1973 the Muscle Car world was fading, and that year’s Arab oil embargo didn’t help. The 73 Model was almost an exact clone of the 72 except for the use of 5 MPH bumper reinforcements on front and ...

1969 Plymouth Barracuda

Serious about performance in 1969, Plymouth was upgrading the Barracuda as a serious contender to be reckoned with. Read the full story Sign up now to read the full story and get access to all members-only posts. Subscribe Already ...

1972 Plymouth Barracuda

As the ‘72’s hit the streets, both emissions and safety were grabbing government (and insurance company) attention. In response, the big-block was gone from the ‘Cuda’s option sheet. Read the full story Sign up now to read the full ...

1971 Plymouth Duster

The Duster was a success for Plymouth, so much so that in 1971 Dodge requested and received a version, the Demon. In response, Plymouth was given a version of the Dodge Dart Swinger 2-door hardtop named the Plymouth Scamp. ...

1970 Plymouth Duster

The Plymouth Duster introduced in 1970 was all Valiant from the cowl forward, but the rest of the car's sheet metal, save door skins, was completely different. The design incorporated a semi-fastback roof and a special rear valance with ...

1972 Plymouth Duster

The Duster was not changed significantly for 1972. New surface-mount side marker lights replaced the previous flush-mount items, the tail lamps became larger, one-piece units. Read the full story Sign up now to read the full story and get ...

1974 Plymouth Duster

For 1974, Plymouth replaced the 340 with a 360 cu in (5.9 L) version of the corporate LA-series V8, with lower performance due to U.S. government-imposed emissions regulations. The 1974 “E58” 360 engine produced 245 hp (183 kW). Read ...

1973 Plymouth Duster

Following the design changes on the Valiant models, the Duster also received a new hood, grille, front fenders, bumpers, and taillights for 1973. The taillights on previous years mounted from the inside and had a flush appearance. Read the ...

1975 Plymouth Duster

The 1975 models were mostly unchanged from the previous two years, with some exceptions: Read the full story Sign up now to read the full story and get access to all members-only posts. Subscribe Already have an account? Sign ...

1958 Plymouth Fury

Chrysler spent big money in the 1950s–some $300 million–restyling its 1957 models. The 1958 Fury thus looked much the same as its predecessor. Read the full story Sign up now to read the full story and get access to ...

1959 Plymouth Fury

In 1959, Plymouth introduced the Sport Fury as its top model, and the Fury as its second from the top model to replace the Plymouth Belvedere at the top of the regular Plymouth line-up. Read the full story Sign ...

1960 Plymouth Fury

In 1960, the Fury was no longer a high performance sports sedan, but a whole line of top-series Plymouths. Sport Fury took up the Fury performance banner. Read the full story Sign up now to read the full story ...

1956 Plymouth Fury

The Plymouth Fury was produced by the Plymouth division of the Chrysler Corporation from 1956 to 1989. The Fury was introduced as a sporty, premium-priced model designed to showcase the line, with the intent to draw consumers into showrooms. ...

1957 Plymouth Fury

For 1957, the Forward Look arrived, and suddenly it was 1960 with torsion-bar front suspension and TorqueFlite automatics. The '57 Plymouth was so new and striking that the advertisements proclaimed, “Suddenly it's 1960!” Read the full story Sign up ...

1976 Plymouth Duster

The 1974 Duster grille-mounted park and turn signal lenses were amber; prior years had colorless lenses with amber bulbs. Read the full story Sign up now to read the full story and get access to all members-only posts. Subscribe ...

Daily Driving A Plymouth Prowler Is An Intriguing Concept

Oh, it’s far more interesting than a Toyota Camry… Admit it: you’ve probably never fantasized about driving a Plymouth Prowler back and forth between work and home every day. If you have, congratulations because you’re in an elite group ...

1961 Plymouth Fury

In 1961, the Plymouth Fury lost the iconic tail fins entirely, replaced by a rounded shape with a more rounded front end that Motor Trend once retrospectively compared with “a generation of Japanese sci-fi monsters.” Read the full story ...

Plymouth Road Runner Restomod Is A Former Stunt Double

This car was in two Fast and Furious movies. Unless you work in show business, it’s not every day you get to rub shoulders with a movie star. It’s even better when that star has four wheels and doesn’t ramble ...

1963 Plymouth Fury

Plymouth made the same mistake as sister division Dodge by gambling on much smaller 1962 cars with different styling. Because of this, Dodge remained ninth in industry production, but Plymouth had plunged from fourth to eighth. Read the full ...

1964 Plymouth Fury

The 1964 Plymouth Fury was a carryover from the previous year. It carried sheet metal identical to the 1963 from the doors back, except for a wider rear to hold a 2″ wider axle. Read the full story Sign ...

Someone Dropped A Hellcat Into This 1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda

Is this awesome or sacrilege? You really can’t deny these days that Mopar muscle cars are enjoying a huge upswing. That’s not to rip on Ford and GM, but the Dodge lineup has been shooting for the moon over ...

1962 Plymouth Fury

Chrysler cars, including the Fury, were downsized for 1962. 1962 Plymouths measured seven inches shorter and up to 400 pounds lighter than the 1961s. Read the full story Sign up now to read the full story and get access ...

Plymouth Superbird Pull Car Honors The General Lee

It was only a matter of time before this happened. Not too long ago, a mysterious Plymouth Superbird painted to look like the General Lee, but with a severely raked stance showed up in Salem, Oregon. The Dukes of ...

Beautiful Sunburn: 1969 Plymouth Barracuda

We like early Barracudas, but we especially love this one, painted in a beautiful Sunburnt Orange hue. The third generation Plymouth Barracuda, which ran from 1970 to 1975, gets quite a lot of respect in muscle car and collector car ...

Rendering Resurrects '71 Plymouth GTX for the Modern Age

A redesigned Challenger with shades of the GTX has us wishing for Plymouth’s return. Retro sells. Dodge’s retro-styled Challenger sells well, and it trades heavily on its classic muscle car image. It’s not just successful on the strength of its ...

1967 Plymouth Fury

For the 1967 Plymouth Fury, the company reshaped the sheet metal that had resurrected its full-size cars by relaxing the straight lines to form sensuous curves. Read the full story Sign up now to read the full story and ...

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