1967 Plymouth GTX 440, very nice white paint with black stripes and black vinyl top on black buckets, stock AM radio that works, Suntune tach, dual hood scoops, 727 automatic transmission, Police Interceptor HP440 C.I. V-8, chrome valve covers, chrome air cleaner, Edelbrock 600 CFM carburetor, elephant ear exhaust manifolds, heavy duty radiator, power steering, power drum brakes, front anti-sway bar, multi layer rear leaf springs, car built in St. Louis, MO factory, dual Flowmaster exhaust, Cooper Cobra tires on steel 5 spoke wheels, this is a true survivor Mopar muscle car, runs and drives as good as it looks and it turns every head it passes, cruise the water front or take it to the car show and wins some trophies! it growls and it goes....... Mopars like this don't last long, hurry up and put in your driveway before the goofy guy down the street does! could be yours for just $29,950.00.
A NEGOTIABLE DOCUMENTARY SERVICE FEE OF UP TO ONE HUNDRED FIFTY DOLLARS MAY BE ADDED TO SALE PRICE. ADD EXPIRES 8/31/2019. VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. DEALER/AUSTIN'S PRO/MAX, 5602 S. TACOMA WAY, TACOMA, WA 98409. 253-472-1709
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