No offers sight unseen
Excellent condition 1968 Plymouth GTX for sale. This a ground
up, rotisserie build. Alot of time, care and attention have gone
into building this car.
The vehicle was stripped, sand blasted and professionally painted. Engine was completely rebuilt by a reputable engine builder in Kamloops B.C. Interior has been redone, all pieces purchased from Legendary Interiors. Every piece on this vehicle has either been rebuilt, or purchased brand new from suppliers such as Classic Industries, Mopar, Summit Racing etc.
GTX Build Highlights:
- 440 big block ( bored 30 over, balanced)
- original auto trans, rebuilt with shift kit and cooler
- rear end rebuilt drum to drum, 3.0.0 gears
- brakes and suspension completely redone ( front disk conversion, 4 wheel alignment)
-3" exhaust front to back, headman headers with flowmaster mufflers
- radial TA tires, riddle wheels
More info available upon request. Car is in Canada but is available to US buyers at their own expense. Price is 42,500 canadian firm ( ONLY ACCEPTING FUNDS IN CANADIAN CURRENCY). Buyer responible for exportation costs and arrangements. Call for inquiries at 1-250-315-0104
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