PAGE TWO: The ExteriorPAGE THREE: The InteriorPAGE FOUR: The Engine______________________________________________________________________________________The Car______________________________________________________________________________________The Plymouth Satellite was not considered to be a real Hotrod in it's day. The standard options consisted entirely of either a 225 V6 or 318 V8, both with a single exhaust system, and a "3-on-the-tree" manual transmission. However, this particular Plymouth has a few extras that make it a rare bird... BEEP BEEPThe Bomber, as we all know it today, was bought from a private owner in 1988 by my Dad. Over a few months my dad spent a small amount to fix it up into a nice, respectable street car.The previous owner stored the car in a barn and it was consequently quite dirty and had suffered some small cosmetic damage. For instance, a lively 2x6 jumped from it's rafter and landed in the front passenger seat, smashing the window and mangling the door. You will notice one of the doors is a slightly different color after being repaired. As anyone who has done painting work before knows, 30 year old metallic auto paint is humanly impossible to match.This 1973 Road Runner 340 hood was found at an annual swap meet for 50 bucks. My Dad's Brother, who happened to be doing body work at the time, repaired it and painted it satin black with white pinstriping to better match the car.