1976 Plymouth Volare Premier.

October 9, 2011

8 comments



8 comments:

Justin said...

Love the side profile shot and the vinyl roof shot. Volare coupes look great, shame they're so rare.

Anonymous said...

The Volare/Aspen has such poor quality, I bet the roof starting peeling off before it got to the end of the assembly line....

RockProf said...

I love that vinyl half-roof! The town-car look. I can hear Sergio Franchi sweet tenor voice!

ben said...

Any car that has turn indicators the size of headlights is a winner in my book.

RockProf said...

Any car that has small exterior fender-mounted turn indicators visible to the driver is a winner in my book.

Anonymous said...

I think Volares and Aspens are one of the best looking Malaise era American cars. Would definitely be happy driving one of these around.

David said...

Imagine the sedan version of this car in mustard yellow. It was the car i drove in drivers ed in high school. Except, this car is still in better condition.

Anonymous said...

I had one exactly like this one! A 1977 Volare Premier. Beautiful car! Mine did the same thing--the vinyl roof peeled off in shreds like it had a disease. When it rained, it wouldn't start. It had that distinctive Mopar whine when you started it. It was five years old when I bought it, and had it for 3 years. The vinyl interior was something else. So soft, so deep maroon. 8 track player, cruise control...It rode like a Chrysler--soft...Too bad it fell apart.