1960s Classic Plymouth Cars

The 1960s Classic Plymouth Cars Channel covers the top Plymouth models of the decade. See what's under the hoods of 1960s classic Plymouth cars.

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The 1962-1964 Plymouth Sport Furys weren't nearly as bad as they're usually portrayed. Despite their flaws, the long-hood/short-deck proportions were drawn years before we'd ever heard of "ponycars."

By the Auto Editors of Consumer Guide

"Plymouth is out to win you over," said the ads, and they didn't lie. With a re-vamped Barracuda, a transformed Valiant and a solid line of Belvederes, Plymouth jumped back in the game in a major way.

By the Auto Editors of Consumer Guide

It's amazing what steady cultivating can do -- with a few interim changes, Plymouth's disappointing 1962 "standards" roared back with the 1968-1969 Plymouth Sport Satellite and GTX. These models soon sold more than a quarter-million copies.

By the Auto Editors of Consumer Guide

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By 1962, Plymouth found that it needed to regroup -- and to resize -- its Sport Fury and VIP models to keep up with Ford and Chevrolet. By the mid-1960s, a new design team took Plymouths back into the mainstream -- with a vengeance.

By the Auto Editors of Consumer Guide

1969 saw brand-new designs from each of the "Low-Price Three." But Plymouth proved to have the biggest of the big car overhauls, hoping to wow consumers and get them to "Look What Plymouth's Up To Now."

By the Auto Editors of Consumer Guide

Plymouth probably wishes it had a car like the 1963-1966 Plymouth Valiant Signet today -- this model was a solid performer throughout it's production run and helped the company maintain its sales figures.

By the Auto Editors of Consumer Guide

The popular tailfins of the 1950s didn't carry over to the next decade when Plymouth released the 1960 Plymouth Fury. Thus, while Ford and Chevrolet increased their combined production, Plymouth barely maintained its 1959 volume level. Learn more.

By the Auto Editors of Consumer Guide