Plymouth Volare’s were notorious rust buckets so finding a pristine example like this one is a rare feat! The dry Nevada air has helped immensely in keeping the rust at bay but this Volare is not only rot free but it’s clear that it has lived a charmed life away from the elements with no evidence of fade or patina. Faux wood wagons almost always have some wood fading but this one looks to be factory fresh. You can find this Volare on Ebay where it is being auctioned at no reserve.
“The new small car with the accent!” Proclaimed Plymouth about it’s compact Volare. This one owner Volare has just 69,000 miles, has always been garaged, never driven in the rain and serviced at 3,000 mile intervals.
Whoa! When was the last time you saw 40 year old faux wood as fresh as this? Everything about this car tells you that it has been perfectly maintained form day one.
Really not a bad looking 70’s wagon. Well proportioned with lots of glass for visibility and nice wire wheel covers, the biggest styling downfall like almost all post 1973 cars is the bumpers.
Powered by a 318 V8, the Plymouth is said to be turnkey ready. Everything works as it should including the air conditioning which is said to blow cold. It seems like we’ve been running across a lot of really nice 70’s-80’s Mopar wagons lately and because they’re not highly collectable yet there are some nice buys to be found. At no reserve it’ll be interesting to see what this Volare sells for.