This 1968 Plymouth GTX for sale has a 440 C.I. 4BBL V8, A727
Automatic Transmission, 8 3/4 Rear End w/ 3.23:1 Sure Grip, Correct
Light Blue Metallic Exterior, Correct White Vinyl Top, Correct Blue
Bucket Seat Interior w/ Console, Said to be a 50,334 Original Mile
Car, Power Steering, Disc Brakes, AM Radio, Fender Mounted Turn
Signal Indicators, Drivers Side Remote Mirror, Wide Sill, Drip
Rail, Body Belt & Wheel Lip Moldings, 15" Cragar S/S Wheels w/
White Letter Radials, Original Interior w/ New Carpet, Very
Original & Unmolested Undercarriage, Flat Black Hood Treatment,
Front & Rear Seat Belts, Being Sold on an Actual Mile Title, Low
Factory reproductions available for Plymouth muscle car
The Plymouth GTX was first offered in 1967 as a performance variation of the standard two-door Belvedere, and it combined performance and style.
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I bought this 1970 Plymouth GTX through ClassicCars.com in 2010
The Plymouth GTX was produced from 1967 to 1971 and in that short period of time went through three different design changes.
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