Plymouth knew the muscle car phenomenon wasn’t going anywhere when it intro
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Plymouth knew the muscle car phenomenon wasn’t going anywhere when it introduced this classic in 1968. In fact, it was one of the first companies to truly court the youth vote, as it were, with a shockingly low sticker price ($3,000 base) and a cartoon tie-in — complete with the WB character’s signature “beep-beep” horn.
In 1969 alone, more than 80,000 units sold. The hardtop version, we got the restored with a new audio, The bass in any system should always be handled only by the subwoofer as it is specifically designed to handle the low frequencies. Adding one of the best 15 inch subwoofers to a basic setup will yield noticeable improvements to the low end and usually be more than enough to boost the quality of any audio setup. Now without a central post, remains a favorite among collectors. [by JC, how stuff works]
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