The 1971 Plymouth GTX was a complete new design referred to as the
Fuselage body design with only a total of 2942 produced making this
one nice classic car investment! This dark green poly Code GF7 GTX
has recently received a complete restoration done back in its
original color. It has had new legendary black bucket seat covers
door panels headliner and carpet all replaced. Its original 440 was
replaced with a 1967 Block and was bored .30 over with J&E
forged pistons forged crankshaft and rods. It has a new Mopar
timing set purple camshaft with roller chain timing set hooker
competition headers and turbo muffler with new correct exhaust
tips. The 906 Heads were completely redone and it now produces more
than its original 375 HP that has about 5 miles on a complete
rebuild. It has its Matching Numbers A-833 Hemi 4 speed manual
transmission Code D21 18 Spline with its original Hurst Pistol Grip
Shifter. It Still has its #'s matching track pack Dana 60 rear end
code A33 with 3:54 with sure grip axels drive the magnum wheels
with Goodyear raised white letter G70-14 Polyglas tires. It comes
equipped with power steering power front disc brakes and is riding
on a nice set of magnum wheels. Its exterior dark green paint looks
very nice with its black bucket seat console interior also brand
new. This is a great and very powerful Muscle car that with only
2942 produced will make this beauty accelerate on the road and also
on the price! " Life's too short to drive boring cars!"
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