This 1967 GTX was bought new by me in 67. Sold it in 69 and found it again in 96. All numbers matching, completely 100% restored. Fully documented includes Copy of BOS, Original Certicard still has my name on it, original 67 Texas License Plate, book documenting restoration, check book where check was written, original bank notes, all info decoded, including Galen Govier input, Chrysler IBM order punch card, pictures of me with the car in 67,said to be 1 of 4 yellow, 440 a/c auto & air built in LA Plant, and more. Restoration finished in 2012 with less than 500 miles put on the car. Comes with original intake & AFB Carb., extra Red Line Spare, No disappointments here. I have no children, family or heirs and am downsizing to full time RV, Car should go to serious collector or museum. Serious Offers Only will be considered. I have in excess of $120k invested in restoration. All reciepts included.
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.
The Pick of the Day is a Ford passenger car transformed by a high-strung twin-cam engine and homologated for touring-car competition
‘English Mechanic’ magazine provided do-it-yourself build instructions in a 31-week series in 1900
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