Call 440-914-0000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org 1969 Plymouth GTX Wow what a cool car! This is a true muscle car for the masses. Turn the key and feel that dual carb Hemi demand attention. Description 38,904 miles 426 HEMI, dual Edelbrock carbs 425 hp Automatic Documented, Galen V. Govier Certified Sometimes referred to as the gentlemans muscle car, the Chrysler Corporation unveiled the GTX in 1967 and concluded production in 1971. During this short amount of time the car went through several body style changes yet still adhered to its sophisticated appearance. As speed enthusiasts know, it was the coveted Hemi engines that made these cars what they were then and what they are now--in demand! For 1969 the air grabber hood became a functional dual facing unit and Chrysler added two flat-black racing stripes down the hood. The 69 also saw upgrades including an improved suspension, camshaft with larger ports and valves, chrome exhaust tips, and front disc brakes. Under the hood was an 8-cyl. 426cid/425hp Hemi engine with 2 4bbl carbs. The exterior of this car is as it should be--straight and shiny with properly fitted panels. The chrome bumpers are in very good condition and the wheels and redline tires are simply awesome. The glass, lights and lenses are in very good condition as well. The interior is done in familiar black vinyl and includes a touch of wood grain finish on the center console, doors and across the dash which is in nice condition. Seats edges are very clean. The chrome plated solid state AM radio dials, wiper switch and horn are in very good condition. The GTX is comparatively rare today due in-part to its high cost relative to the Plymouth Road Runner. Clean originals are worth seeking out, not only because of that Hemi horsepower, but because they were better equipped when compared to most other muscle cars during that time. This car is well documented and also Galen V. Govier certified. However it is a non-numbers matching car. But with only 38,904 believed miles, it's well worth your time and money! At the Motor Car Group, we're enthusiasts first. We want you to enjoy your new car from the minute it's delivered and the trailer door drops. Before a car leaves our shop, it's gone through comprehensively, both visually and mechanically. We do more than just kick the tires, though: We fill your tires with nitrogen, road test (if the weather permits us here in Cleveland!) and clean it inside and out. We buff the paint using a three-step process immediately before it's taken away so that it gleams when it arrives. Every car we sell, from Sunday drivers through the rarest exotics, is meant to be driven--get out there! If you have any questions before, during or after the sale, do not hesitate to contact us. It's what we're here for! Call us at (440) 914-0000, write us at email@example.com or stop by and see the new shop at 6441 Davis Industrial Parkway, Solon OH 44139. We're 26 miles from Cleveland Hopkins Airport and we can pick you up when you come to inspect or purchase your car. We welcome any prospective buyers, their buyer's agents or inspectors from Monday through Friday during business hours, as well as evenings and weekends by appointment. We're car people who love what we do, and you'll feel it from the first time you contact us. Give the R&H crew the opportunity to serve you: Our passion and attention to detail set us apart. Call 440-914-0000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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