This amazing GTX was featured as a cover car for Mopar Muscle Magazine and is documented as a true 440 GTX by Mopar expert Galen Govier. A full restoration was completed to a high quality level and it is ready for its new owner.
Originally sold by Ripley Garage in Ripley, West Virginia, the car somehow made it to Lakeland, Florida. It was purchased by its current owner and fully restored beginning in 2001. This is a body off restoration with powder coated frame, transmission, and drive shaft. An absolutely amazing paint job!
It was missing its original 440 engine and a properly date coded 440 was located, stamped October 1967, matching perfectly with this car’s production date of October 23, 1967. It was professionally rebuilt along with the original 727 automatic transmission.
The car was originally delivered in Forrest Green Metallic. The current owner chose to repaint the car in an Emerald Green Metallic, circa 1999 Ford. He wanted more pizzazz. This car has correct black GTX stripes, new correct White bucket seat and console interior, new door panels and carpet, and perfect dash and gauges. Nothing has been left unrestored.
• 100% laser straight, rust and accident free sheet metal
• Complete frame off nut & bolt restoration
• Stunning high quality repaint in Bright Emerald Metallic
• Brand new correct White bucket seat interior and door panels
• Pristine chrome and soft trim throughout
• Rebuilt and upgraded date coded 440 Super Commando V-8
• Correct 727 automatic transmission
• Power steering and brakes
• Correct wheels and new red stripe tires
• Factory AM radio
• 2,900 pampered miles since build was completed