1968 Plymouth GTX 440 4bbl Hi-Perf Super Commando
Engine: 8-cyl. 440cid/375hp 4bbl Hi-Perf Super Commando
Exterior Color: Burgundy Poly
Interior Color: Black
Convertible Top: Black
This GTX offered here is in amazing condition and is coming out of a prestigious car collection. The car has been very well cared for by a team of professionals. Everything is in 100% working order. 440 CI Super Commando. Hemi Suspension Package. Bucket Seats. Power top. Radio. AM 8 Track. Heater. Comes with great Service Records sand a Full Galen’s Registry Documented Report. She is fully detailed, serviced and ready to go.
The engine was an amazing producer of its time in 1968 with 375hp, Super Commando 440-cid V-8, capable of 0-60 mph in 6.8 seconds, with a quarter-mile time of 14.6 second and a top speed of 121 equipped with an automatic transmission. Due to its high cost relative to the Plymouth Road Runner, the GTX is relatively rare today. The cars were incredibly quick, but also invariably better equipped than most other muscle cars of the era, which makes good originals worth seeking out. The best thing is that the 440 cars are generally easy to live with and provide an exhilarating ownership experience. This car is ready to be enjoyed on a daily basis or for a weekend cruise whichever the new owner sees fit.
-1 of 66 know to exist in the Galen’s Registry
-440 CI Super Commando
-Galen Govier Documented
-Hemi Suspension Package
-AM 8 Track
-Magnum 500 Wheels
-3.23 Sure Grip Rear End
-Drives Like a Dream
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