This absolutely beautiful NUMBERS MATCHING 1969 GTX convertible has been through a meticulous 5 year nut and bolt restoration having no detail overlooked by our own President and Vice President of our company. The car is an original with exception to only a few parts, but we saved what we took off for you. Modifications have been made to this car to make it a more drive-able and more enjoyable classic. Upgrades include rack and pinion up front, Wilwood disc brakes all around and new set of wheels. As stated before, it is a numbers matching 440 ci 4 speed convertible car; this car has a brand new paint job and brand new convertible canvas top. Amazing attention to detail is an understatement when it comes to this incredible GTX. This Plymouth also won 3rd place at the 2015 Rocky Mountain Auto Show for Custom Convertible 1967-1970. Don't miss out on your opportunity to own this rare (1 of 152 manufactured) handcrafted masterpiece. Please contact Alex Neues at (303) 656-6534 with any questions or to schedule a time to come see her in person and take in this breathtaking beauty.
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