This 1967 GTX was originally finished in red but was repainted in
black during its nut-and-bolt restoration, which was completed in
February 2020. During the restoration a date-code-correct
replacement 440ci 8-cylinder engine was installed and paired to a
4-speed manual transmission. It includes a Build Sheet as well as
restoration receipts totaling $138,316.48 CAD, or $106,397.29 USD.
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