In 1971, Plymouth redesigned their mid-sized lineup. There were some carry-over details of the “fuselage” styling of the previous year’s full-sized cars, but the tapered nose and curvaceous body appealed much more to muscle car fans. The front looped bumper and four exposed headlights were a distinct styling feature. For the first time in 1:18 scale, Auto World is replicating a 1971 Plymouth Satellite Sebring mPlus, and the grill features new tooling of the factory-correct Satellite red, white, and blue emblem. Painted in GF7 Sherwood Green Metallic, paired with the seldom-seen M73 bumper option, this is one rarely-optioned Plymouth Satellite Sebring. Accenting the interior’s white bucket seats is a white canopy roof and white Sebring Plus stripes. Under the hood is a highly-detailed 383 cu. in. 4bbl 4-speed capable of 300hp @ 4800 RPM.
• Magnum 500 Rims & Goodyear Tires
• Accurate Interior, Chassis & Trunk
• Painted Sherwood Green Metallic
• Newly Tooled Front Grille & Emblem
• Steerable Front Wheels
• Detailed 383 cu. in. Engine
• Opening Doors, Hood & Trunk