Thats right, kids, its big, bad, blown, and pink. Of course, with 800 horsepower on tap, nobodys going to make fun of this spectacular 1968 Plymouth GTX convertible. Beautifully built and ready to rock, this is a car that works on the track but really lives on the street. You have to be on a mission to build a car like this and paint it Panther Pink. You also have to know that doing so will attract A LOT of attention, so they went the extra mile to give all those onlookers something interesting to look at. And this is no race car where cosmetics came second. No, panel fit is excellent, especially for a high-horsepower convertible, and that paint looks like it cost a lot of money. The hood is blacked out, but its gloss black, so its easier to maintain and gives the car a slightly different look (as if it needed help in that department). The sheetmetal hasnt been radically modified, and they even managed to stuff those giant rear tires under the stock quarters, so there was no surgery required there. The doors open and close easily, the hood clears the blower, and all the correct GTX emblems were reinstalled once the paint was dry. Even the bumpers got a nice, shiny layer of chrome to reinforce the street car image. The interior is full of race gear, but its far from minimalist. The original bench seat was dumped in favor of a pair of body-hugging race buckets, which were embroidered with GTX logos in matching pink, which is a nice detail that suggests the builder went the extra mile. The back seat is gone, of course, but the area is fully upholstered and the panels surrounding the roll cage are neatly fitted and give it a very well-finished appearance. Auxiliary instruments under the dash include a tach and shift light, and the TCI shifter controls a reverse valve body, so practice your shifts before you go out hunting. The original AM/FM radio is still in the dash, albeit disconnected, since youre really not going to be able to use it with the thundering big block rumbling away anyhow. Even the trunk is neatly upholstered in black carpet, including the fuel cell and battery box. The engine is a stroked and poked 440, which now displaces 500 cubes, and runs happily on 93 octane pump gas. Twin 650 Holleys feed the 6-71 blower, which looks awesome sitting atop the color-matched engine. In fact, all the hardware is painted to match the bodywork, suggesting that this car might be as effective on the show field as the drag strip. Painted inner fenders, plenty of chrome, and a big aluminum radiator delight the eye when you pop the hood, and the undercarriage looks every bit as impressive. The transmission is a reworked TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic with a 3100 RPM stall torque converter. Out back, a narrowed Ford 9-inch rear was stuffed full of Strange axles and a set of 5.18 Auburn gears, and theres a disc brake at all four corners. Long-tube headers and a full custom 3-inch exhaust system with side exits makes for a truly epic soundtrack that removes all doubt about this cars potency. Skinny front tires and mammoth Mickey Thompson meats try to hook it all up. With just 500 miles on the build, this car is still very fresh. A long labor-of-love build, commissioned by a late friend of the company, and built by Kermit Harper, another late-great friend, this car has a special place in our hearts. We hope it goes to someone that can truly appreciate it for how amazing it really is. Call today.
1968 Plymouth GTX 440 finished in Matador Red. This clean example with only 35,900 miles has undergone a professional restoration and presents itself in a fantastic condition. The Numbers Matching engine and transmission work great and the new exhaust adds a nice rumble. Very clean car with a laserstraight body and a slick paintshop. Call us and see the car in our showroom today! All our cars are checked and inspected in our own Classic Car Service Center by certified and experienced mechanics. For our overseas customers: We gladly help you to get your classic shipped to your country worldwide and delivered right to your home. With years of experience we work together with the best partners in the shipping business to make sure you classic car gets there . We also offer a German TUV Service where we take care of all the things that need to be changed or taken care of, to get it road legal in europe. Just ask for a quote and - wir sprechen deutsch!
View more pics and Bid to win this vehicle at www.WheelerAuctionGroup.com VIN # RS23L8G171091 VERY SOLID, ORIGINAL BODY PANEL, RUST FREE 1968 PLYMOUTH GTX. One of the best candidates for restoration that we have seen due to how SOLID & RUST FREE it is. Save countless labor hours with not needing to replace rusty panels with aftermarket inferior products. Options include a 440 cubic inch V-8 motor, pistol grip 4 speed manual transmission, Dana 60 Hemi rear end and more. This has everything with it to be a complete car. As a matter of fact, it was bought from a friend who took the complete car apart to start a frame off restoration, but had too many other projects going and decided to sell it to us as is. No, not a numbers matching motor. Correct date code though! Amazingly solid, original body panel GTX! Priced to sell. Clean Missouri title. Vehicle is located in Missouri. Buyer/Bidder will be responsible for pickup or shipping charges from this location to wherever they are shipping it to. Seller will allow up to 1 month for pickup.
BID AND WIN this vehicle on www.WheelerAuctionGroup.com This 1968 Plymouth GTX Convertible Tribute, very nice looking straight car. Very nice blue paint with a great luster. 440 under the hood, has power steering, 3 speed automatic.This car goes down the road beautifully. Very straight lines and great running and driving vehicle. Interior is in nice shape, bucket seats up front, center console and automatic on the floor. The top is white and in nice shape! Vehicle is located in Minnesota, USA. Bidder/Buyer is responsible for pickup or shipping from this location to wherever they want it shipped to.
Gateway Classic Cars is excited to welcome this stunning 1968 Plymouth GTX to our Philadelphia showroom! Plymouth fielded a considerably fiery contender to the muscle car arena back in 1967 with its offering of the GTX, a Belvedere transformed into the Gentleman s Muscle Car via bucket seats, luxury sport features and best of all a big powerplant in the form of a 440 or the legendary 426 street Hemi. The following year proved to be a game-changer for the GTX as it moved to the Satellite series model and was the top-of-the-line in terms of extravagance and performance! Redesigned from the previous year s model, the GTX was much more sleeker and started at $3,355 to the new Road Runner s $2,896 price tag. Today, the GTX continues to attract auto enthusiasts as well as rise substantially in value and coolness! You have the opportunity to own this incredible golden mopar that went through a frame on restoration with a complete rebuilt engine, transmission and rear end. Painted in a gorgeous medium gold metallic, this GTX roars with class thanks to a 440 CID V8 engine, a smooth three-speed automatic transmission and healthy 3.23 rear gears! NOS Magnum 500 wheels are fitted with new redline tires that lay some serious rubber on the asphalt! Note the sport stripes that hug the bottom of the car and lead to an emboldened GTX emblem that reminds people that you mean business. Open the doors to reveal a handsome black interior featuring bucket seats, center console, new carpet, headliner and a flawless dash! Countless hours were spent getting this GTX where it is now, so all the hard work is done! All you have to do is drive and enjoy! Plymouth is out to win you over with this iconic muscle car, so give us a call today and make it yours! Additional features include fender mounted turn signals, 150mph tachometer and original seat belts. To view this 1968 Plymouth GTX in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom located in West Deptford, NJ. For more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email Philadelphia@GatewayClassicCars.com
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Gateway Classic Cars Dallas is excited to welcome this stunning 1968 Plymouth GTX to our showroom! Plymouth fielded a considerably fiery contender to the muscle car arena back in 1967 with its offering of the GTX, a Belvedere transformed into the Gentleman s Muscle Car via bucket seats, luxury sport features and best of all a big powerplant in the form of a 440 or the legendary 426 street Hemi. The following year proved to be a game-changer for the GTX as it moved to the Satellite series model and was the top-of-the-line in terms of extravagance and performance! Redesigned from the previous year s model, the GTX was much more sleeker and started at $3,355 to the new Road Runner s $2,896 price tag. Today, the GTX continues to attract auto enthusiasts as well as rise substantially in value and coolness! You have the opportunity to own this incredible golden mopar that went through a frame on restoration with a complete rebuilt engine, transmission and rear end. Painted in a gorgeous medium gold metallic, this GTX roars with class thanks to a 440 CID V8 engine, a smooth three-speed automatic transmission and healthy 3.23 rear gears! Aluminum 5 spoke wheels are fitted with new tires that lay some serious rubber on the asphalt! Follow your eyes down the car to an emboldened GTX emblem that reminds people that you mean business. Open the doors to reveal a handsome black and gold interior featuring bucket seats, center console, new carpet, headliner and a flawless dash! Countless hours were spent getting this GTX where it is now, All you have to do is drive and enjoy! Plymouth is out to win you over with this iconic muscle car, so give us a call today and make it yours! Additional features include fender mounted turn signals, 150mph tachometer and original seat belts. To view this 1968 Plymouth GTX in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Dallas For more information, please call 817-310-9400 or email Dallas@GatewayClassicCars.com
1968 Plymouth GTX 2-dr. hardtop, PRICE REDUCED! 440 ci. / 375 hp. V8, Torqueflite automatic, power steering, power brakes, chrome rally wheels, red line tires. Finished in bright Matador red, with white stripes and white pearl bucket seat interior. spectacular total restoration. Scroll down for all photos. Financing and shipping available.
1968 Plymouth GTX VIN: RS23L8A228657 Check out this gorgeous 1968 Plymouth GTX! This beautiful Mopar has undergone a complete rotisserie restoration finished in 2013 and included the drivetrain, suspension, and interior. It also comes documented with the original build sheet, restoration receipts, and photos from the restoration. Everything was brought back to stock according to the build sheet. The complete drivetrain is original Numbers Matching to the vehicle. Under the hood sits its Numbers Matching 440ci V8, sending power through its Numbers Matching A727 Torqueflite Automatic Transmission and 8 3/4 Sure-Grip Rear End. The engine was professionally rebuilt and is now a 537ci stroker with roller rockers, lifters, new crank and H rods. During this restoration, the gentleman who restored this GTX has invested over $70,000 into the build, not including the cost of the car. The exterior has been finished in its original color of Mist Green. This is one gorgeous, Numbers Matching, Documented GTX in a rare color. Call us now before its gone! Call us today and let VMS park your dream in your driveway! 248-974-9513 Go to www.vanguardmotorsales.com to see over 100 HD photos and our in-depth video for this 1968 Plymouth GTX and over 200 other classics! Mechanics: Numbers Matching 440ci V8 - Engine # 2536430 - 7 - Casting Date: 1 24 - 68 - Engine Vin: 8A228657 - Engine Serial # D440 2 7 HP - Stock Heads Edelbrock 4 Barrel Carburetor - Carb # 1413 3337 - 800 CFM Numbers Matching A727 Torqueflite Automatic Transmission - 3 Speed Automatic - Transmission # PK2801541K 2377 6248 - Transmission Vin: 8A228657 Front Suspension: Torsion Bar Rear Suspension: Leaf Spring 8 3.55 Sure Grip Rear End - Rear End Casting#: 2070741 Brakes: Front - Drum Rear - Drum Exhaust: Dual Exhaust Wheels and Tires Front Wheels: Magnum 500 14 Rear Wheels: Magnum 500 14 Front Tires: BFGoodrich 215/70R14 Rear Tires: BFGoodrich 215/70R14 Underneath: - Drop Downs look New - Floors look New - Frame is Solid - Tank is New - Exhaust is New - Parking Brake Cables are New - Drive Shaft Finished Nicely - Floor Boards look Original - Pinch Welds are Nice - Rockers are Solid - Fuel Lines are New - Brake Lines are New - Steering Gear looks New - Core Support looks Amazing Body: - Chrome Bumper looks Great - Grille Fits Nicely - Paint is Phenomenal - Hood Lines Up Well - Doors Operate Nicely - Door Jams are Clean - Vinyl Top in Excellent Shape - Stainless in Good Shape - Tail Pieces in Great Shape - Chrome Rear Bumper looks New - Trunk Opens Smoothly - Spare Tire - Jack and Lug Wrench - Trunk Floor is Solid - Back of Quarters are Solid - Bottom of Deck Lid looks Great Interior: - Door Panel looks Great - Rubber Replaced - Arm Rest looks Good - Carpet is Clean - Center Console in Good Shape - Steering Wheel in Great Shape - Upholstery looks Amazing - Front and Rear Seat Belts - Package Tray looks Nice - Head Liner in Good Condition - Dome Light Works - Dash Pad in Good Shape - Gauges Lenses look Amazing - Gauges in Great Condition - Horn Works - Speedometer Works - Chrome looks Good on Dash - Stock Radio Dont miss out! Call Tom 7 days a week! 248-974-9513 email@example.com
Real GTX upgraded to a Kilpatrick 484-530 hp Hemi. Same meticulous owner the last 21 years. He has this car dialed in mechanically and Has it looking good enough to earn a best in class at a huge show. ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Yes, its a Hemi. Engine bay is painted gloss body color. It is detailed to look stock, even the heads and intake are painted orange. Has original style chrome air cleaner and black crinkle painted valve covers. Started with a 426 then bored and stroked it to a 484. Built by Kilpatrick Engines, known for high performance Mopar builds. Only 1,000 miles since built. It is upgraded with aluminum heads and intake. Has roller cam and MSD ignition (MSD box is hidden in the fender). Has stock exhaust manifolds to avoid gasket leaks. 4 core radiator and electric fan keeps it cool. UNDERSIDE: Amazingly clean floors, so nice they are painted gloss white. Everything is clean and looks nearly new. Up front the suspension is rebuilt and detailed. Has sway bar, firm feel steering box and disc brakes. In back it has 3.55 posi, Hemi springs and new shocks. The TorqueFlite trans has been upgraded with Gear Vendors overdrive for highway cruising. Has 2800 stall. There is a fat 3 inch TTI exhaust with cross over, sounds great! EXTERIOR: My first impression- I loved it! The maroon really accents the white and those sparkling wheels look great. The body is super clean and straight. The paint has been blocked sanded and polished to a glass like finish. Grill and stainless trim is very nice. Bumpers,are rechromed. Tailpanel is exceptional. Door jambs are glossy. New weatherstrips, window fuzzies and windshield. New oversized 15 inch Magnum 500 wheels and meaty BFG tires. INTERIOR: Interior lights work. Everyrhing is in very nice shape. Has original tachometer in the dash as well as aftermarket gauges and tach mounted without damaging the car. TRUNK: Rock solid clean metal, painted body color. Has a new matching tire and wheel for a spare. Has jack and mat. This is a turnkey Hemi that is ready to show and drive. Its a great looking car with very attractive factory color combination. Power steering Disc brakes OverdrIve Bucket seats Console Magnum 500 wheels Tachometer
(Please note: If you happen to be viewing this vehicle on a website other than our main website, its possible that only some of our many photographs of this car are presented due to website limitations. To be sure you access all the photographs, please go to our main website: Garage Kept Motors.) 1968 Plymouth GTX 440 Convertible Garage Kept Motors is pleased to offer this super rare 1968 Plymouth GTX 440 Convertible. This vehicle is from The John Staluppi Cars of Dreams Museum in Palm Beach, FL, one of the finest car collections in the world. If youve never heard of Mr. Staluppi, it would be worthwhile to look him up. Plymouth only made 881 of these GTX Convertibles, making it highly collectible, and even more so being a former Cars of Dreams museum piece. This vehicle came from the factory finished in Sable White (code W) paint with a matching white soft top over a White (code S6W) trim. It is powered by the original 440cid/375hp 4bbl V8 High Performance engine mated to a console shifted 3-Speed Automatic transmission. When Plymouth released the GTX, they rightfully named it The Gentlemans Muscle Car. It had plenty of power when you put your foot down but also some nice refinements, such as power windows, power convertible top, and air conditioning, all of which still function as they should. The car also features wood trim, power window switches in all seating areas, front bucket seats, center console, Coker redline tires, full spare tire, dual exhaust, dome lighting, original AM/FM radio, boot cover, and remains rust free. This factory Triple White GTX with the Super Commando 440 is the real deal. A garage-kept example worthy of any collection. This is a concours example at a reasonable price, given Hagerty values it at $87,600. Make us an offer! Be sure to check out all the photos and video on our main website: Garage Kept Motors. Call if interested or e-mail with any questions. Thank you for looking. VIN Decoder: R - Car Line: Belvedere S - Series: GTX 27 - Body Style: 2-Door Convertible L - Engine: 440ci/375hp Hi-Perf V8 8 - Year: 1968 G - Assembly Plant: St. Louis, MO 272859 - Production Sequence Data Tag Decoder: RS27 - Style: GTX Convertible 83 - Engine: 440 Hi-Perf 5 - Transmission: 3-Speed Automatic S6W - Trim: White WW1 - Paint: White with White Top
Leadfoot Muscle Cars, LLC is proud to offer this 1968 Plymouth Belvedere GTX 2 door convertible for your interest. This second-generation beauty was dubbed as a gentlemans muscle car, but this road ready masterpiece is anything but nice. With a high performance 440 cu. in. V8, it has a mean purr and plenty of power to back it up. Original color and components with only 81k original miles! Stop in to Leadfoot Muscle Cars today or call us at 616-392-2600 ext. 1 for any questions, pictures, or additional details. 1968 Plymouth Belvedere GTX VIN decoder: RS27L8G272859 R Belvedere S GTX 27 2 door convertible L 440 cu. In. 375HP high performance engine 8 1968 G Manufactured in St. Louis, Missouri Data Tag: Engine CID: 83 440 HP 8 cyl. Engine Transmission CID: 5 3 Speed Automatic Transmission RS27: Convertible Paint: WW1 - Sable white
1968 Plymouth GTX 426 Hemi 4 Speed Dana Blue rotisserie restored 68 Hemi GTX that is loaded with all the go fast options, factory J code 426 hemi, 4 speed transmission, 4.10 dana rear end, steel wheels and red line tires. This car was restored 25 years ago and has been used very little since. The car has factory power disc brakes, power steering, tach in dash, AM radio, console, and white side stripes (included with the sale) Original Broadcast sheet and Fender tag. Please Note The Following Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 FREE Consignment Visit Our Site Today Easy To List Your Vehicle and Get it Sold in Record Time.
1968 Plymouth GTX real GTX body only no motor no transmission has 4 speed pedals new quarter panels ready for restoration. Grill nice 150 mile per hour speedometer most of body work done. Please Note The Following Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 FREE Consignment Visit Our Site Today Easy To List Your Vehicle and Get it Sold in Record Time.
1968 Plymouth GTX rotisserie restored that is loaded with all the go fast options, factory J code 426 hemi , 4 speed transmission, 4.10 dana rear end, steel wheels and red line tires. This car was restored 25 years ago and has been used very little since. The car has factory power disc brakes, power steering, tach in dash, AM radio, console, and white side stripes (included with the sale) Original Broadcast sheet and Fender tag. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call
1968 Plymouth GTX a real 440 car motor is 383ci. 727 torque posi rear end needs restoring. I have the metal for quaters/trunk. It Runs and drives, its automatic. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call
A Numbers Matching Example as Inspected by Galen Govier, Included are the Actual Invoice, Original Broadcast Sheet, Factory Warranty Booklet and Operators Manual 440 cid, 375 HP, overhead valve V-8 engine, TorqueFlite three-speed automatic transmission, torsion bar independent front suspension, semi-elliptic rear springs with live axle, power assisted front disc brakes with drum brakes; wheelbase: 116 This example that we offer for your consideration represents the best of both worlds for the collector and enthusiast of Mopar Muscle. With a history that has been traced back to its original owner it was ordered at the start of the 1968 model year, the original sales documents show the car was delivered on December 29, 1967, from Ernie Brown & Son Motors on York Road in Hatboro, Pennsylvania, where the entire purchase price was $3,762.37. When ordered all the right boxes were checked, TorqueFlite automatic transmission, Sure-Grip rear axle, power steering and brakes with discs up front, AM radio, in-dash tachometer, special padded center seat and tinted glass all around. The original owner moved to California in the early 1970s, bringing this triple green GTX with him, and then kept this car for over 15 years before it was sold to the second owner in 1983. It remained in California and Arizona until 2011 when it was acquired by an owner in Texas before coming to its current owner in Minnesota a few years ago. In 1990, the second owner of the car applied a new coat of paint in the original Avocado Green and did some other cosmetic freshening of the car as well as mechanical and suspension work as needed to keep this unique Plymouth roadworthy while paying strict attention to authenticity. In 1994, noted Mopar expert Galen Govier was hired to decode the vehicle and provided a complete report confirming the original numbers matching drive train had the same major components that it had been born with. Govier also noted that his research had found no other 1968 Plymouth GTX convertible in the triple-green color combination, making this a one-of-a-kind automobile. Since the cars respray back in the 1990s, it has had some touch-up work on the hood and tops of the front fenders, the paint still remains in very presentable shape with some blemishes but still retains a very nice luster as you can see in the pictures and video. Today, this car is turn-key ready for the road, after all, that is the very reason it was created. This beautiful example is fitted with Magnum 500 wheels adorned with a set of Coker red-line tires, and a full-size spare tire. Best of all is the paper trail that comes with this car including the original order sheet detailing the options selected and showing that this was a special ordered car by the first owner. Also included is the actual invoice from when the car was delivered. In addition to these important documents is the original broadcast form, or build sheet, that had been placed under the springs of the rear seat during the assembly process, plus the factory warranty booklet and operators manual. In addition to these documents are the service records for the car from the original owner and much more. One other important item is the original fender tag detailing just how this car was built and showing its rare TT1 Avocado Green paint code and trim scheme. This car not only looks great but is a very strong driver. This special order GTX is sure to be a heart stopper in a one-of-a-kind fashion, leaving those who miss it... green with envy. give us a call at 507-386-1726 or email sales@uniquemankato to inquiry about this car. ALL TRADES WILL BE CONSIDERED AND FINANCING IS AVAILABLE! MN residents are responsible for tax, license and title procurement fees. Out of state buyers will only have a $100 Title Procurement fee, no tax or other fees charged.
This 1968 Plymouth GTX Convertible Tribute, very nice looking straight car. Very nice blue paint with a great luster. 440 under the hood, has power steering, 3 speed automatic.This car goes down the road beautifully. Very straight lines and great running and driving vehicle. Interior is in nice shape, bucket seats up front, center console and automatic on the floor. The top is white and in nice shape! Give us a call at 507-386-1726 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about this vehicle. TRADES WILL BE CONSIDERED AND FINANCING IS AVAILABLE MN residents are responsible for tax, license and title procurement fees. Out of state buyers will only have a $100 Title Procurement fee, no tax or other fees charged.
Route 65 Sales and Classics is proud to offer this 1968 PLYMOUTH GTX. This numbers matching GTX draws a crowd! Attractive dark green exterior, black interior with woodgrain accents. Bucket seats and console, perfect for hitting the road. This car comes with a lot of documentation such as window sticker, maintenance book, Mopar Certicard, and broadcast sheet. This is a no disappointment car. Trades and reasonable offers always considered. Financing is available. Please call 763-434-6565, text 763-999-1098, or email us at email@example.com with questions.
The Plymouth GTX was introduced as the Belvedere GTX in 1967 by the Plymouth division. It was positioned as a mid-sized upscale-trimmed performance muscle car through the 1971 model year. The GTX was positioned as a gentlemans muscle car. Standard was Plymouths 440 cu in (7.2 L) V8 engine called the Super Commando 440 rated at 375 Horsepower. Optional was Chryslers 426 cu in (7.0 L) Hemi with 425 Horsepower. A heavy duty suspension system was also standard. Chrysler introduced major changes in the design of the 1968 model Plymouth B-bodies and the GTX was given a completely new look. A new hourglass body replaced the previous rectilinear design. The high performance 440 was standard in the GTX. The TorqueFlite automatic transmission was standard on the GTX as well. The GTX used the Sport Satellite trim and was offered in two body styles, a two-door convertible and a two-door hardtop (no B-pillar). All featured dual horizontal racing stripes on the lower sides ending with a GTX emblem ahead of the rear wheel openings. Base price was $3,329, with a convertible available from $3,590. A total of 17,914 hardtops, but only 1,026 convertibles were sold. The 425 bhp, 426 Street Hemi was optional, though it was only fitted to 410 hardtops and about 36 convertibles. This particular example is a TWO OWNER car and has less than 90K original miles. It underwent a professional, no expense spared restoration in 2005. Finished in its correct SS1 Yellow color, this HEMI is super rare and has held up extremely well. Complete with restoration pictures and a DVD with 100s of additional pictures. HEMI Powered Mopars have a proven track record of appreciating in value and this GTX is an incredible value with only 410 examples ever made. This GTX runs, drives and looks absolutely amazing and will make an excellent addition to any collection. Great lease rates and Financing also available on any of our inventory! Buy Sell Trade Consignments Welcome! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-818-773-8181
TRUE 68 GTX WITH NON MATCH 71 440 4 BBL WITH RV CAM, 727 AUTO SHIFTS NICE, 8 3/4 REAR WITH 323 GEAR NON POSI. CAR IS BUILT PRETTY MUCH STOCK. NICE SOUNDING DUAL EXHAUST, HAS POWER STEERING AND 11 INCH DRUM BRAKES THAT WILL STOP. RUNS AND DRIVES NICE. STRAIGHT DRIVER. 2 YEAR OLD RESTORATION IN B5 BLUE. NEW PARTS ALL OVER IT. LOOKS NEW ALL OVER EXCEPT PAINT HAS SOME SMALL CRACKS. HARD TO SEE BUT THEY ARE THERE. I ONLY SEE THEM IN THE GARAGE LIGHTING. OTHERWISE A BEAUTIFUL CAR. PAINT SHINES NICE AND BODY IS VERY STRAIGHT. ALWAYS SOLID WITH ORIGINAL METAL EXCEPT FENDERS AND HOOD WERE REPLACED. THE FACTORY UNDERCOAT AND BOTTOM WAS SPRAYED OVER IN BLACK.NICE NEW INTERIOR, DOORS AND WINDOWS WORK WELL. NICE GLASS. EVERYTHING WORKS EXCEPT HORN AND RADIO. NOTE: LAST PHOTO OF THE 81 POSTED IS GTX EMBLEM. SEE SHORT VIDEO ON MY WEBSITE. ITS www.500classicauto.com. DELIVERY POSSIBLE. CALL FOR PRICE. FINANCE THIS CAR AS LOW AS 3.09 % AND FUNDING SAME DAY POSSIBLE. CALL FOR INFO.
Chrysler Officially Entered The Muscle Car Marketplace In 1967 With The GTX. It Was Positioned As A Mid-Sized Upscale-Trimmed Performance Muscle Car Through The 1971 Model Year. Nicknamed The Boss , The GTX Wore New Styling For 1968. The Old Boxy Shape Was Gone And The Lines Were Cleaner And Rounder. Rear Quarter Panels Had GTX Emblems As Did The Rear Deck Lid Trim Panel. Features On This Car Include: 440 ci V8 Engine Cast Date Code 10-4-67, Casting Number 2536430, Body Build Date Of C19 = December 19,1967 Oil Pan Stamped 402 Edelbrock Carburetor Automatic Transmission With Floor Shift With Trans Cooler Rear End Cast #2881489 8.75, Tag Reads 3.23:1 Ratio Woodgrain Console Power Steering Manual Drum Brakes Mopar Electronic Ignition Under Dash Gauges Max Cooling Radiator Drivers Side Remote Mirror Dual Exhaust Aftermarket Kenwood AM/FM/CD Mounted Under Dash (Orig AM Radio In Dash) Front Fender Turn Signals Nice Older Paint In Racing Green Metallic (Code GG1) Black Bucket Seat Interior (Code S6X) BFG Raised White Letter Tires On Classic Cragar Wheels This is a consignment vehicle and the information above was provided by the current owner. We can make no guarantees as to the accuracy of the above information. However, please understand as with all pre-owned automobiles, the described condition is subjective Worldwide Enclosed Door To Door Transportation / Financing Available
GTX 440 4spd - This gorgeous 1968 Plymouth GTX track pack coded Mopar in stunning rare original color Surf Turquoise Metallic. The date correct HP 440 is an all new rebuild that is .30 over and has very little miles on it. Correct 18 spline hemi four speed. Original dana 60. Extremely nice top to bottom. Every part on this car that you would want new is new, and all things you would like original are, and have been restored. Every brake component and wheels are brand new. All suspension and steering components are new. All the gauges work. The 3.54 gears in the dana are still highway friendly yet the car likes to shred tires when you dip into the 850 double pumper atop the vintage tm7 tarantula intake. Sounds awesome and drives even better.