1964 Plymouth Savoy
by Chad Hauris, Retro
Electronics and Audio Lab, Midland, TX. 5/28/06
This 1964 Plymouth is the latest addition to the Retro vehicle fleet.
John got it from the Salvation Army.
The Savoy was the basic model of the 1964 Plymouths, having the least
amount of ornamentation. The middle model was the Belvedere, and the
fanciest model was the Fury.
Dashboard. This was the final year for the pushbutton Chrysler
automatic transmission, located to the left. The heater/AC controls
would be at the right sides of the gauges but this car will need a new
AC control panel.
Speedometer, ammeter, and oil pressure warning light.
Push-button transmission, fuel and temperature gauges, headlights and
Front view of 1964 Plymouth with hood open.
318 V-8 engine.
Side view of engine... There appear to have been some recent repairs
done including a new alternator and voltage regulator and a rebuilt
carburetor. It uses a very small 2 barrel carb.
We had Midland Frame and Wheel repair the steering, suspension system,
and brakes. A new master cylinder was installed. This car has 4 wheel
non-power-assisted drum brakes and manual steering.
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