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Street / Strip 413 Stroker Mopar

Make: Plymouth
Model: Satellite
Year: 1968
Mileage: 93106
VIN: RH23F8G118249
Color: Viper Yellow
Engine: 413 Stroker
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: AUTOMATIC
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Lindon, Utah, United States

1968 Plymouth Satellite Additional Info:

1968 Plymouth Satellite / Street Strip Car



YouTube Search Words:

“68 Satellite Street Strip”

Video #1- shows this car on the strip over the years and the owner who loved and cared for it.

Video #2 -Is a walk around inspection and narrative about the car.Watch Them BOTH.

STREET LEGALandVERY FASTthis car could be seen at the MATS show (Mopar’s At the Strip) every year in Las Vegas. It was the pride and joy of a dear friend who just passed away. Same owner for 30 years.Car was just pulled out of storage. We preformed basic items like drained and changed the fuel, oil and coolant.You will want to go through the car before taking it to the race track but it drives really STRONG on the street right now.

The weekend before this car was put in storage (3 years ago) it ran 11.50 @ 119 MPH at the Las Vegas Speedway. Owner was a GREAT driver and a great mechanic.I watched him run a 12.0 on a 12.0 dial with a 0.00 light.In the race video you will see a picture of him holding the time slip right after he ran the PERFECT run.Priceless pic.The man and the car will be missed.

Engine– Chrysler 413 wedge with a casting number of 1851629-8 making it a 1961. The block is .030 over bore with a 4.375 stroker crank making it 498 Cubic Inches.Compression is 11:1. Roller cam, lifters and rockers the engine probably only has 40 passes on it since refresh.Owner ran 110 at the drag strip but would mix 91 pump gas on the street and when going to local shows. Cast iron heads have hardened seats for unleaded fuel. Very street friendly car.

Induction– 2 X 4bbl Carter 9605-S (600 CFM) carburetors freshly rebuilt (December 2019) by Jim Riches one of the best Vintage Carb Guys in the Country. Carburetors are sitting on top of an Edelbrock Air Gap 2 X 4 Chrysler intake.A very snappy and crisp set up.

Transmission– Built by a reputable Mopar shop, this is a low time 727 with nice upgrades like a bolt in sprag, Hemi Governor, Redline Clutches, 5.0 kickdown, 3500 stall. Cooling lines are routed through the aluminum radiator then through an external transmission cooler mounted with a custom billet bracket hand built by the owner.It’s beautiful.

Rear End- 489 “Sure Grip” with 4.89 gears.Axels have been converted to green bearings.

Paint and Body- Painted in ChryslerViper Yellowthis is an all original metal, original floors, original fenders, original quarters rust free car.Not a trailer queen but very straight and nice.

Interior– Restored is all Legendary Interior throughout (carpet, seats and headliner).

Radiator– Be Cool 4 Row Aluminum Radiator with Dual Electric Fans and Dual Fan Shrouds

Brakes-Manual brakes with Kelsey Hayes DISKS up front and 11” DRUMS out back /Line Lock.

Power Steering– Chrysler OEM Power Steering / works flawlessly.

Exhaust- Headers into 3” X Pipe, Dynomax Bullet Mufflers, wheel side exits sounds Amazing.

Fuel– Custom 5-gallon stainless-steel fuel tank with a switched Holley electric fuel pump.

Batteries– Brand new Optima, custom billet tray located in the trunk over the right tire.

Wheels and Tires– Rear: Center Line Mags - 295/65/15 Mikey Thompson ET Street tires.

Front: Center Line Mags - 26 X 7 .50-15 Mikey Thompson LT tires.

Horns- OEM HI / LO original to the car and both of them honk just as they should

This is a full interior car with a very straight body.Even found a partial “Build Sheet” in the car.The car was stored inside all of its life.A HEAD TURNER, the owner used it as a “Street Strip” car and would drive this car to local shows. Even the original seat belts are still in the car.

Car has a bunch of custom parts including line lock, handmade billet radiator overflow tank, handmaid transmission cooler frame, frame connecters welded in nicely to the undercarriage and a ton of parts that indicate that this car was dearly loved.This car will not disappoint.

Look at the pictures and watch the two YouTube videos.I have attempted to show everything I can about this car.The owner was meticulous.This is a nicely cared for Mopar that just needs to be loved and enjoyed.Owner was an amazing person and a “Mopar Aficionado” for sure.

What Is Wrong with The Car

Radio does not work

Heater is not hooked up

Exhaust leak in the left header at #5

Passenger door does not open from the outside