The 1971 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Coupe is a classic muscle car that marks the beginning of an era. It has a two-door hardtop body style and was the middle model of the three available Plymouth Satellite versions. Its bold style truly stands out among its contemporaries with boxy proportions, large wraparound bumpers, and an extended nose that gives it an aggressive and intimidating look. Under the hood, it is powered by a 318 cubic inch V8 engine that produces 230 horsepower and 340 pound-feet of torque. This provides the car with plenty of power for its time, and it is sure to make any hang out session more exciting with its signature rumble. It also comes with heavy duty suspension which provides excellent handling even at high speed. The interior is just as impressive, filled with luxury features like bucket seats, full carpeting, and lots of chrome accents. The dashboard is trapezoidal-shaped, with a clock and square-looking gauges that add to the unique style of the car. The whole package looks more like a modern racecar than a vintage cruiser, thanks to the racing-style steering wheel, four-speed manual shifts, and chrome trim on the dashboard. The 1971 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Coupe is the perfect combination of class and power. With its classic styling and powerful engine, it will be sure to turn heads on the streets and remain a timeless classic for years to come.
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