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YAK Car Pic of the Day

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In the early 1970s, Chrysler’s mid-sized cars had totally different styles for the two-doors and the four-doors. The wheelbase on this two-door 1973 Plymouth Satellite was 115 inches long, compared to the four-door’s 117 incher. The Satellite was the cheapest two-door, with higher-priced variants named Satellite Sebring and Sebring-Plus; and of course the Road Runner, built on the same body style, was still around. This Amber Sherwood Metallic (that’s green to you and me) example has been sitting in a Town of Wilson yard for a while now.

Satellite Sebring-Plus interior

Satellite Sebring-Plus interior

— Jim Corbran, You Auto Know