The 1970-1976 Plymouth Duster was a slick, fastback model that was enthusiastically snapped up by buyers. Featuring a vibrant paint job and sporty touches like Rallye wheels, it was an attractive and popular mini-muscle car. Read more.
The 1971 Plymouth Road Runner hardtop coupe had a sleek look and great performance. The car was first introduced by Plymouth as a stripped-down cheaper alternative to the more stylish GTX. See photos and explore features of the 1971 Road Runner.
The 1970-1971 Plymouth Barracuda Convertibles were quite rare making them increasingly valuable today. Find out why these ponycars didn't make it and were only produced for two years. See photos and specifications for them here.
The 1970-1974 Plymouth Barracuda Coupes were more numerous and more aggressive than the Barracuda Convertibles. Especially valuable are models with big-block engines since they were quickly abandoned. Learn all about these cars here.
The 1971-1975 Plymouth GTX & Road Runner was a continuation of Plymouth's muscle car, with new styling. Performance was decent with different sizes of V8's to choose from. Read about the engine of this collectible car.
The 1970-1971 Plymouth Sport Fury GT was the last of the big performance Plymouths. They were produced in very low numbers for these two model years only. Get details about the styling and engine of this collectible car.