What we have here is an incredible 1970 Plymouth GTX. In its time,
the Plymouth GTX was positioned as the "gentleman's muscle car" and
was presented with a high-performance, high-style approach that was
similar to Pontiac's GTO. The GTX came standard with a 440 C.I. V8,
and this beautiful example still happens to have its original
factory U-Code 440 with a fresh rebuild. Tastefully finished yet
with minimal extravagance, this GTX matches its strong performance
with unbeatable style. The GTX and its B-Body performance twin, the
Plymouth Roadrunner, were both facelifted for 1970 and featured
smoother lines than the previous model year. Power is delivered to
the rear wheels by the numbers-matching "Plymouth 727" automatic
transmission which is then connected to the original 8 3/4, 3.23
rear axle. This example was restored years back to the original
"Ivy Green Metallic" paint with matching dark green, bucket seat
interior with yellow side-striping. The floors, frame, and trunk
are absolutely rock-solid and appear to be original and genuine.
The interior trim is fantastic as well, as the wood-grain trim and
complimentary bucket-seat coloring give the indication that this
car is in fact a genuine GTX. This excellent Plymouth is fitted
with power steering, power drum brakes, pushbutton AM radio,
working factory tachometer, new dual exhaust system with correct
tips, "Rallye" gauges, and the original fender tag decoded and
matching. The GTX rides on a fantastic set of 15x7BF Goodrich RWL
tires. This green monster of a GTX runs and drives incredibly well,
and it is waiting for you to give it the chance it needs to get
back out on the road!
1970 Plymouth GTX
Exterior Color:Ivy Green
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