Offered by Duncan's Auctions on March 9, 2019 in Allen, Texas
1968 Plymouth GTX VIN #RS23L8G273777 Build Date: June 29, 1968
Date correct rebuilt 440 Super Commando V8 w/ rebuilt 727 TorqueFlite Automatic Transmission
Original rebuilt 8-3/4 SureGrip rear end with new 3.20 gears, new axles, seals, etc…
MSD 6HL Ignition w/ billet distributor, blaster 2 coil
Original black & gold (S6N) vinyl interior
Complete new suspension with rear coil overs
Completely new brake system (Drums), New Cobra radial GT tires, new windshield, new vinyl top, new headliner, new black 80/20 loop carpeting new trunk mat.
New paint medium gold. (JJI) original color, Very nicely restored. This GTX is equipped with a year correct 440 and has been restored to factory specifications. Interior is immaculate as is the body. Lines are correct and paint is exceptional. Undercarriage is as clean as the top side. Firewall, inner fenders core support and inner deck lid has been finished perfectly.
Chrome is perfect.
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