Gateway Classic Cars of Dallas is pumped to offer this 1968
Plymouth Satelite GTX Tribute. The GTX came into the Mopar world
being on a similar platform as the Belvedere being a larger-bodied
car that offered an array of options to fit many needs. The GTX
came more as a performance package and this car shows as a shining
example as the outer appearance is a hot shade of Bronze with a
large black hood which shows a more aggressive look and letting the
guy lining up in the lane next to this car that it means business.
Under the hood of this Mopar beauty is a built 440 cubic inch HP
block V8 which has been a touch healthier than the '60s would have
had it as evident by the choppy sound made by the aggressive grind
of the camshaft, Built by Hans Fuestel Racing Engines. It also has
long tube headers, MSD Pro-Billet Distributor, Edelbrock Performer
RPM Intake, Vintage AC, and March Pulley System. The 440 is bolted
to a 727 3-speed automatic transmission that shifts nicely. The
black vinyl interior looks great and just like it should when it
was new. nice AM FM Bluetooth Radio. The time and market have never
been better to pull the trigger on a solid Mopar so make sure
you're the one driving this beauty off into the sunset. This 1968
Plymouth GTX can be seen in great detail including more HD Pictures
and an HD video at gatewayclassiccars.com. For additional
information please call our knowledgeable staff at 817-310-9400 or
email us at [email protected]
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