1977 Plymouth Voyager - Canyon Lake Texas
1977 Plymouth Voyager PB 200 3/4 Ton Van RARE Non-Dodge
Up for auction today is a fairly rare 1977 Plymouth PB 200 (3/4 ton) window van on a 127” wheelbase powered by a 318 and 727 auto trans. I need to reduce my project list and the project I will hate to see go the most will be this fine old van named Herb. 1977 is arguably the best year of the pinch nosed Dodge/Plymouth vans. I can easily make the point that this could very well be the perfect classic car for a beginner as well as a seasoned car guy. It’s rare without having any parts problems (I believe there are less than 12 parts on the van that are different from the same years of Dodge, all emblems—BONUS). Car show/cruise night people LOVE old vans. It’s still a viable second car you can drive to work. On the weekend, use it to move the contents of a 3 bedroom house or load bikes, camping gear, motorcycles and go someplace. Try THAT with your ‘Vette or Hemi Whatever. For those not familiar with PLYMOUTH vans of the disco era, here is a fast tutorial: Some wise marketer somewhere deep in the bowels (pun intended) of the Chrysler Corporation (circa 1972) had the good idea to “badge engineer” the very successful “New for 1971” Dodge window vans as Plymouth station wagons. Badge engineering is exactly what it says. Take a present model of a vehicle (in this case a Dodge B 100-300 window van) and simply rebadge it for sale in another Chrysler Division, Plymouth. This is a fairly common practice today but was unusual for the mid-70’s. It was decided that as long as Plymouth only...Summary: Used 1977 Plymouth Voyager for sale in Canyon Lake Texas - United States Mileage: 23911 VIN: Bb2Be7X148105. Please read safety notes, before buying this car.
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