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Question of the Day: What is your favorite Plymouth?

Give us your take in the comments section


Plymouth Valiant
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Happy Sunday! Hopefully your holiday weekend is going great and the Question of the Day is for a former Mopar brand.

What is your favorite Plymouth?

Give us your take in the comments section. Like my high school history teacher always told me, “There are no wrong answers.”

My favorite? The Duster.

David P. Castro
David P. Castro
The Santa Rosa, California native is an experienced automotive and motorsports writer with a passion for American muscle cars. He is a credentialed automotive, NASCAR, and IndyCar reporter that graduated from the University of Nevada. A devoted F1 and NASCAR fan, he currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife, son, Siberian Husky, Mini Cooper, and 1977 Chevrolet C10.


  1. 1967 Valiant 4 door sedan looks contemporary and right size for today’s world, with the slant six and automatic transmission its perfect

  2. Any year barracuda, I think they were all unique and beautiful. Of course everybody wants the 70/71 Hemi cuda convertible. I would have been happy if I had one with a slant six.

  3. Wow thus is a difficult question. I would say the 1960 full size Plymouths and the ‘67 to ‘69 Valiant. There are a LOT of great Plymouths.

    • Craig —
      The ’60 Fury is one of my favorites because I had a SonoRamic Commando equipped 2-dr H/T that I abused back in 1960-1964. It was my first automotive love affair and who can forget their first love? So, I absolutely had to get another one back in 2000, but I’m not going to trade this one.
      Joe Godec

    • 1969 Plymouth valiant with the 225 super slant 6 is to this day my most favorite of all time. Never thought I’d see someone else have this same interest

  4. Has to be the 1969 Plymouth GTX 440. With the Plymouth Road Runner 383 Magnum being a close second. The Barracudas we’re really great, too.

  5. My 1956 Belvedere. It wasn’t a power house with it’s v-8 and one-barrel carb, but the rear fins were a year ahead of the ‘57 Chevy Bel Air.

  6. My first car was a 1970 ‘Cuda 440 6 pack that I bought with my own money. I bought in 1972, it was Vitamin C Orenge.

  7. The Duster, of course. I had three of them when growing up. All were slant six’s, all were very basic cars. I learned a lot of stuff fixing cars. (re: ballast resistors, duhh! 😂)

  8. First car was a 1972 Plymouth Satellite. Green on green, rusty as hell. 318 2BBL that kicked all my friends Fords… hahaha

  9. My 1973 Plymouth Satellite Seabring two-door hardtop in dark metallic green with a dark green vinyl roof and gold vinyl interior.

  10. 1951 Cranbrook. It came with a whopping 217 CID and produced 95 HP of muscle! Nothing like the 3-on-the-tree and that special ‘old car interior smell’.

  11. 68 Barracuda 383 Formula S Fastback!! My dad found it for me when I was coming back from”Nam”. It was in the garage when I got home! 4 spd, 391 rear end, that was fast, fast, fast!!

  12. 1967 Satellite, was the first car I ever owned. This car had great lines, a one-of-a-kind interior and was available with 318, 383, 440 and 426 Hemi engines. It’s sleek styling made it look fast even when parked and, depending upon the c.i. under the hood, it made most other cars looked parked even when they were moving and wide open!

  13. I had a 62 Savoy 4dr sdn in 64, an ex ATF car for the state of Montana, had a hp 361 3spd stick and 3,23 posi rear, couldn’t blow it up. The fastest car in Missoula at the time.

  14. Plymouth Valiant, larger six with a/c – neat interior – or K-car – Plymouth Reliant with upgraded interior – we had an 83, long lived – fun to drive – great gas mileage

  15. 1966 Plymouth Satellite; midnight black with the 426 HEMI and a four-gear.
    (First year for the “Street HEMI”)

  16. 1970 Barracuda convertible. But I wouldn’t turn down a 1971 Road Runner, or 1964 Valiant Signet convertible either.

  17. Plymouth made some very attractive 4 door hardtops. The 1968, ’71, and ’72 models come to mind with the hidden headlamps. Sporty appeal yet with 4 doors always seemed to make the car very interesting.


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