Comparitive sell at Mecum $87,500.00 5/20/2017
1968 Plymouth GTX 440 4 speed one of only 174 produced as mentioned on Grave Yard Cars like the one owned by Bill Goldberg 1968 Plymouth GTX Convertible 440 4 speed and dana 60 posi traction rear end Power steering power brakes. Numbers matching original car with a complete rotisserie restoration in 2000. This car is 96xxx original miles and it shows well. Original fender tag documents all originality of the car. Things I have done: New stainless fuel tank New Edelbrock carb New MSD distributor Completely inspected the car bumper to bumper brakes and everything checked out in proper running order. I have the original Carb, Fuel tank, brake master cylinder and distributor in boxes and had them rebuilt, they are now like brand new. The stereo is aftermarket blue tooth phone and streaming audio capable. Full cd and looks great in the car. I have the factory original radio that was sent out and rebuilt to factory specs and can be reinstalled if the buyer wants it in, does go with the car.This is a rare car and few exist today, of the original convertible 440 only 174 had the 4 speed, of which only 12 had the dana 60 built in this configuration most cars received the corporate 8 3/4 rear end. Everything is in overall number one shape and it does have a few blemishes here and there, its a 9 out of 10 car... No low ballers don't waste my time or yours I will delete low ballers quickly. Here is a little about the GTX In 1968, after one year of production, the GTX was given a completely new look. A new hourglass body replaced the more box-like body of 1967. The Road Runner was introduced by Plymouth as a performance version of the Belvedere. There were major changes made in the design of all the Plymouth B-bodies. The Road Runner's base engine was the new 383 cu in (6.3 L) "Super Commando" V8 (renamed the "Road Runner 383"), while the high performance 440 was still standard in the GTX. The TorqueFlite automatic transmission was standard on the GTX, with it being a US$206 option in the Road Runner. The GTX used the Sport Satellite trim and was offered in two models, the two-door convertible and the two-door hardtop. The Road Runner used the Belvedere trim, and had less insulation and comfort items (padding, vinyl roof, trim), which reduced weight, helped produce better track times, and kept it in the low price field. If you want to make an offer I ask that you come see the car first and then you can make an offer if you feel my price is not fair..... I will work with your credit union or bank in person only if they have a local branch.. Thanks
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