Completely restored from ground up with the best of everything! Car comes with build book containing all parts, invoices and drawings.(Some example photos provided). Named (Kong) this GTX is powered by at 472 cross ram Hemi pushing 723HP to the rear wheels through a 5spd Kiesler. Car has 14/12inch disc breaks riding on Air Ride Tech suspension and Magnum Force K member front end.Most of the pictures shown are air down car rides at factory height or lower/higher if wanted. 4 buttons on console control this!
The interior is black and flawless with 5spd pistol grip shifter it looks all factory except for the tach on the console. Kong was featured in Canadian Hot Rod Magazine at the Race the Base at Cold Lake airforce Bace in 2010. Kong ran 186mph on radar. This car is part of a Extreem Mopar collection and has under 1000 miles since restoration. Car gets driven aprox 20 miles twice year to keep things lubed up and rolling.
Car has clear U.S. Title was ran with a dealer plate in Canada.
I will bring out of storage on Sunday and get some more picks and video running!
Factory reproductions available for Plymouth muscle car
The Plymouth GTX was first offered in 1967 as a performance variation of the standard two-door Belvedere, and it combined performance and style.
Muscle cars were what bidders wanted during the opening weekend of Mecum Auctions’ sale at Kissimmee, Florida, where a 1969 Plymouth Hemi GTX convertible led the “sold” parade.
I bought this 1970 Plymouth GTX through ClassicCars.com in 2010
The Plymouth GTX was produced from 1967 to 1971 and in that short period of time went through three different design changes.
Rare Elvis-style Cadillac leads nearly 300-car docket
Driven review of the 2018 crossover and its ProPilot Assist system
The Pick of the Day is a low-mileage targa version of the mid-engine ‘spyder’
Elsewhere among car museums, alternative motorcycles, French curves and Packard’s demise