Plymouth savoy 1960




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  • by Ben Deutschman of the NY/NJ Slant-Six Club of America (see Ben's Savoy) with additions by the Allpar staff (many based on Plymouth ).

    Results 1 - 12 of 12 Displaying 12 total results for classic Plymouth Savoy Vehicles for Sale. Savoy 4-Door Runs and drives. Has cheap paint job, but.

    Plymouth Savoy Pictures: See 11 pics for Plymouth Savoy. Browse interior and exterior photos for Plymouth Savoy. Get both manufacturer and .

    Plymouth savoy 1960

    Plymouth savoy 1960

    Options included power steering and brakes, and the rare air conditioning, which may not actually have been installed in any Savoy. There were some great factory colors back then. Forums Stories Car shows Clubs Facebook. But repair shops charge a small fortune for this service because they can…. Please help improve this article if you can.

    Plymouth savoy 1960

    Plymouth savoy 1960

    Plymouth savoy 1960

    Plymouth savoy 1960

    Plymouth savoy 1960

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    You can drive this finned beast, but it needs brake work before it will be safe to actually drive on the street. It looks to be in nice shape, but the engine bay could use some detailing. I know some would be tempted to install a V8, but I would leave the six, but install some upgrades. Plymouth actually offered a number of performance parts for the If you can find all the parts to recreate the Hyper Pak, you would have one mean six.

    The stock was rated at horse and pounds of torque, but with the Hyper Pak intake, carb and cam, power increased to nearly horsepower! Yes a would make it more of a sleeper, but tricking out the six would be so cool.

    Plymouth savoy 1960

    The headliner and backseat have some tears. Those are issues that could be addressed down the road to make it a more enjoyable place for the whole family. Being a big and cheap 4 door, you could load the entire family up in it and not have to worry about spills or crumbs! So we know what I would do with it if I were to buy it, but how about you?

    Would you find a V8 to install in it or would you just upgrade the indestructible slant six? I like the 6 cylinder and the standard shift set up. Recently, my neice was quoted just under 1K to repair the front brakes on her Malibu at a local repair shop. I even used upgraded rotors and finned calipers. But repair shops charge a small fortune for this service because they can…. Desert weather with trees in the mountains. Not sure if this Savoy is my cup of tea but I love the fins and lines up front.

    Plymouth savoy 1960

    Maybe but beefing up the 6 sounds really cool. I have never seen another one. While the blue engine is correct for , I believe the only Chrysler product to have an alternator in , was the Valiant.

    Pretty basic car here. These were pretty nicely styled, compared to the odd looking cars that followed. Not sure about any kind of municipal car, although, they did tend to get the bottom of the line, but so did Uncle Phil. This looks almost like some sort of ex-agency vehicle. Originally some sort of civil service vehicle police, military, or county vehicle. The Patroller Special, was powered by the , and the Pursuit Special Golden Commando powered by the , was the torque was top of the line, in pursuit cars.

    Never convinced him it was torque rating. I would keep and beef up the 6 for sure. Lower the rear a few inches, install some wide white rubber and paint the body a period correct light green or maybe the original green, with a white top. Dogdish caps and trim rings. And Howard A is correct…Chrysler called them stabilizers. What a monster — lucky to have survived the great destruction period — needs to be saved and not rodded — saying that, a torqueflite would be nice…..

    Plymouth savoy 1960

    The one great thing about a column shift manual is most people nowadays have zero clue on how to drive one — built in anti-theft! Great comments always learning something here. Kudos to the seller for saving her and selling at No Reserve therefore letting the market decide the value.

    I really like fins. They make me smile. So I happily went to eBay when you posted this car. BUT……this is one butt ugly automobile. The Furys had a silver inset behind the front wheels, I believe? There were some great factory colors back then. There are lots of Poly parts coming back into availability, so that would be a somewhat easy upgrade. LOTS of possibilities for not a lot of money.

    1960 Plymouth Savoy



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