This simply stunning fully restored 1970 Plymouth GTX is for sale in our Louisville Showroom. The 1970 GTX received a minor redesign (new grille and rear taillights) but sales still suffered as the car did not look much different from the Road Runner. Stylists made the lines smoother, and a "power bulge" hood was introduced, as well as non-functional rear brake air scoops. The GTX was available with the standard 440 four-barrel carburetor, as well as the 440+6 barrel (three two-barrel carburetors) and the 426 Hemi. In keeping with the GTX marketing strategy, the 1970 model included many standard features. This particular GTX is a rare find due the paint (TX9) and interior options. It believed that only this is 1 of 3 to be produced in this configuration. Come to think of it, not sure if I ever seen a black '70 GTX till this one. The gold stripes really accent the beautiful deep black paint. The original 440 Commando V8 with 4 barrel carburetor and 727 Torqueflite transmission are fresh. Popping the hood will reveal just how detailed the resto has been. A brand new NOS wiper motor was found and installed. This GTX was optioned with AC making it an extremely rare and sought after classic.Everything about this car has been completely gone through. Inside the interior is completely fresh and is the correct material as well.MOPARS version of the now classic hounstooth interior that GM made so popular. If you are looking for a rare '70 Plymouth GTX that will score well at shows, or as an investment, then stop looking and give us a call. Options for this '70 Plymouth GTX include; AC, AM/FM radio, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seat Belts, Vinyl/Cloth interior and Rally Wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich radial tires. To view this 1970 Plymouth GTX in greater detail, including a HD video, please visit www.Gatewayclassiccars.com, or stop by to our Louisville showroom. For more information please call 812-294-1555 or email Louisville@gatewayclassiccars.com.
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