Stock # EV532
Mileage: 49,185
Automatic 3-Speed
Crimson Sunfire
Red Vinyl

1978 Plymouth Volare SUPER COUPE
Numbers Matching 360cid 4bbl V8- Hi Perf
49,185 Miles
One of Only 494 Ever Built
VIN # HL29L8B260828
H: Plymouth Volare
L: Lower Price Class
29: 2-Door Special Coupe
L: 360cid 4BBL V8 “LA” High-Performance Engine
8: 1978
B: Hamtramck, Michigan Assembly Plant
260828: Serial Number
Paint: RR9 (Crimson Sunfire
Body: A67 (Super Coupe Package
Engine: E58 (High-Performance 360cid 4BBL V8
Transmission: D36 (Torqueflite Automatic
Evolve Motors and Chicago Car Club are pleased to present this 1978 Plymouth Volare Super Coupe
Here's a rare one. The Volare Super Coupe was available for the 1978 model year only, and came as a result of Chrysler's effort to build a performance image for the F-body line of cars. The “Super Coupe” designation was actually an option on the Volare, and it didn't come cheap. When new, the Super Coupe package was a $1,416 add-on, which equated to about a third of the car's entire price. Adjusted for 2017 dollars, that's a $5,186 option. While sales were less than stellar, having sold only 494 total units, the Super Coupe's performance was impressive. When it debuted, the Volare Super Coupe was quicker from zero to sixty than the Camaro Z28, Corvette, and Firebird Trans-Am. And to ensure the car wasn't just a straight-line performer, the Super Coupe was fitted with heavy duty suspension, a rear sway bar, and GR60 x 15” rubber tucked into the wheel wells . Every Volare Super Coupe was painted in the same color scheme you see here, Crimson Sunfire with yellow, orange, and red striping. Very late-70s cool
The F-body twins (Volare and Aspen) were initially met with praise, having actually been named Car and Driver's Car of the Year in 1976. However, this great reputation didn't last; the F-body cars were plagued with recalls. As a result, many examples weren't taken care of and have succumbed to time. While many Volare's were neglected, this particular Volare has been well taken care of; we purchased the car from an enthusiastic owner who had owned the car for nearly twenty years and always kept it garaged
Body is in excellent condition; there are no dents, dings, or scuffs. The car saw a B quality repaint in Crimson/Black about ten years ago. While there are very little signs of wear or aging, with no scratches or significant chips, the paint isn't factory quality. There is visible paint run on the black rear bumper. The paint is decent but nor perfect and as you can see it shows really well! Factory wheel arch flares and rear quarter louvers give the Super Coupe a muscular look, and the racecar-like pinstriping reinforces that. New pinstripes were applied following the paint-job and show very nicely. Wheels are in excellent condition, Dunlop G/T Qualifier tires are in excellent shape as well, though are a bit dated. All trim presents nicely with no oxidation. All four wheel arch flares are in excellent condition, aside from a very minor blemish on the front right flare. Glass is free of chips or cracks, though there are markings on the glass from rubbing on the inside of the door panel. We also note the typical windhsield wiper scratch that makes the arch of the movement. Lights are all clear, crack-free, and functional. The inside of the door jambs show no signs of rust formation or overspray. Panel fitment is spot-on and doors open and close without any fuss
Red vinyl interior presents very well. There are a few burst seams on the bottom of the driver's seat, but the seat back is intact and the passenger seat is in excellent shape. Red dash, seats, door panels, carpet, and headliner remain vibrant, with the only areas showing any fading or darkening being the center console and door panel armrests. The dash has a couple light cracks, nothing through. Carpet is in nice shape throughout, with no tears or stains