• 1981 Plymouth Champ
  • Plymouth Champ 1971,1972,1973,1974,1975,1976,1977,1978,1979,1980,1981,1982,1983,1984,1985,1986,1987,1988,1989,1990,1991,1992,1993,1994:
  • 1980 Plymouth Champ Custom
  • As cars go, the Plymouth Champ is anything but a champion

1965 65 May CAR CRAFT Magazine, Volume 13 Number # 1 (Features: "Smokersfield", More than 200 rails burned asphalt at the U.S. Fuel & Gas Champs / Hot Hemi, Toy Nancy's "22 Jr." 800 hp Plymoth Hemi / How To Build A Hot Rod, Part VII)

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Most Viewed brand Plymouth Champ will remain for centuries. We invite you to see we found 6 photographs of this model. Plymouth Champ is one of the best producers.

The Plymouth Champ, very closely related to the Dodge Colt, was a subcompact car from the 1970s, ‘80s, and early ’90s. The Champ was really a captive import from Mitsubishi, related to the Galant, Lancer, and Mirage. The Champ name badging first appeared in this line up in 1978. It was a front-wheel drive Mirage that was sold until 1982 when the name changed to the Plymouth Colt. The Champ was a hatchback with three- and five-door options. The naming and succession may be confusing, but these little cars are undeniably collectible today. Find one here at FossilCars.


Plymouth Champ Ignition at Andy's Auto Sport

The lime 1979 Plymouth Champ pulled into the gravel and debris surrounding the embryonic Taco Bell. Workers were swarming over the project, already two weeks behind schedule. Jason stepped out and retrieved his hard hat and safety glasses from the shredded, formerly driver’s, seat. For a microsecond, he admired his handiwork. God he was too good, for he deftly used his mechanical skills to swap the seats left and right, providing himself with not-too-ripped vinyl under his bottom. He slammed the tinny door of the Champ, which made a sound akin to a maraca from the internal rust flakes.