Max Wedgie: ’62 Plymouth Savoy
It should not matter whether or not you are drawn to old American Muscle, you should read about this remarkable Plymouth Savoy. We were suckered in by the beautiful photographic images. The images set the standard for how to sell a classic car. But it was the story that got to us. Go back to 1962 and picture a young 23-year old going into the local Plymouth dealer to order his car. Perhaps his first new car. He has a list of options in his pocket he was told to order by none other than Plymouth’s racing boss. In he went and our guess is about 6 weeks later, he went to pick up his plain brown wrapper Plymouth Max Wedge Savoy. It looks great today after a full restoration back to showroom. Mind you the only option besides the performance options are a pair of seat belts and a heater/defroster. Not even a cigar lighter or a side view mirror made it on the car. The Plymouth looks great today, much better than it did in its racing days. This is a true historic drag racer. Not the handsomest car but certainly a very special car. Can you imagine what it can do to those bias-ply tires? The asking price is $95,000. Click here for the listing.