The great thing about 60s Mopars is the wonderful combination of colors, options, and downright playful features that make them some of the most highly-sought muscle cars today. This 1969 Plymouth GTX, for example, features big block power, a handsome color combination, and all the street presence of one of Chryslers heaviest hitters. Thanks to a lot of time and effort, this Top Banana GTX looks great in the sunlight and stands out in our showroom. The combination of the vivid yellow bodywork, black vinyl top, and blacked-out hood treatment makes for an aggressive combination that is pure 1960s cool without looking dated. Theres lots of money on display, from the straight quarter panels to the gaps that are factory-correct, to the beautiful reflections in the paint, which would benefit even further from a professional wet sand and buff job. It doesnt appear to have ever been in residence in an area with snow or salt on the roads and no liberties were taken with the original design because, after all, what would you do to make it better? The hood has those cool vents and there are subtle GTX emblems on the lower front fenders just to remind everyone that this is no low-cost Roadrunner. The black top is neatly fitted and shows no signs of issues underneath, now or in the past. And yes, those are original bumpers, not repros, so they fit right and look great. Just like the MOPAR gods intended, that black bucket seat interior with a center console looks correctly fantastic. The interior was refurbished to stock at some point during the resto, complete right down to the cool headrests that were mandatory in 1969. The consistency of the black upholstery, carpets, and dash looks quite stylish, even by todays standards, and its cool to see where Plymouth stylists added little luxury touches for the upscale GTX. Note the woodgrained dash and console, the neat 3-spoke steering wheel, and plush carpets. Experts may spot that this was originally a car with factory A/C, but most of the components are now missing, making it a great opportunity for a modern upgrade. The gauges are nicely preserved with bright markings and a clear lens and the original AM/FM radio is still in the dash. Even the trunk is correctly finished with a reproduction mat that neatly completes the stock look. The 440 under the hood is a date-code-correct 375 horsepower that fires up fast and runs like a scalded dog. Hemi Orange paint on the block, topped by an Edelbrock intake, finned MOPAR Performance valve covers, and the big Edelbrock air cleaner make it look clean and honest, but its not so perfect that youll be too afraid to use it as intended. If you could see under that air cleaner, youd find a Holly Sniper Fuel Injection system and an MSD distributor/coil/plug-wire package that all help this GTX run superbly. Backed by a Summit 727 TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission and a set of all-purpose Sure Grip 3.55 gears in the 8.75-inch rear end, it lives up to its gentlemans hot rod reputation and thanks to a burbling exhaust system, it sounds intimidating. The power steering helps move around this B-body with relative ease and stopping is no concern thanks to an upgrade to power 4-wheel discs. Theres a newer gas tank out back and the floors are super solid and dont have anything to hide. Chrome Magnum 500 wheels are an excellent choice and carry fat 235/60/15 white-letter radials for a performance look. Fast, comfortable, and still very much in demand, this well-sorted GTX is the kind of car that Mopar guys admire at shows and dream of owning. Well, heres your chance. Call today!
Now for sale in our Houston Showroom is this classic 1969 Plymouth GTX. The GTX was based on the Belvedere and was in production from 1967-1971. The 69 model featured optional Air Grabber hood which had functional openings on both sides of the hood and controlled through the dash. This beauty is powered by the original 440 CID V8. The engine is paired to 3-speed automatic transmission both of which were rebuilt roughly 1800 miles ago. This beauty has been registered in the Galen s Registry and is #250 of 324 registered as of 2015. Remaining in nearly all original condition this car is in great shape and a true piece of American history. The car also features 3:23 Gears running through the 8.75 rear end. The car is still holding onto what s believed to be the original paint which is a Saddle Bronze Metallic. Walking around the car you will find the car features a sleek black vinyl top and remains in good condition. Another nice GTX feature is the matte black stripes running across the hood giving the car a much more aggressive appearance. The interior is the car is in original condition with saddle tan vinyl seats. This car looks nearly as clean as it did, rolling off the sales floor in 1969 and would look great in anyone s garage. The car also features one of the most critical must haves when living in the south, Cold A/C! A final fun fact about this beauty is that it s only had 2 owners, so you can only imagine how well it s been taken care of throughout its lifetime. For more information on this 1969 Plymouth GTX for sale, to see all the HD pictures and videos of it, copy the URL below, and see it at this direct link: www.gatewayclassiccars.com/show/HOU/1357 . Alternatively, if you want to see it in person, come to our Houston Showroom, located at 1910 Cypress Station Dr, Bldg 200, Houston, TX 77090. You may also call the showroom at (832) 243-6220 or email us at Houston@gatewayclassiccars.com.
Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is very excited to offer this aggressive 1969 Plymouth GTX for sale in our Arizona Showroom. These cars look awesome! Every time I walk past this car, I cannot stop looking at it, and that is the kind of attention this car will bring at your local car events. Our 69 GTX is dressed in Orchid Purple with a black vinyl interior. Under the hood of this beast is a 440 CID V8 engine which is tied to a four speed, 18 spline, manual transmission. The rear end of this muscle car is a Dayna 60 with 4.10 gears, so this thing snaps off the line. The current owner purchased the vehicle out of Florida and has a list of work that has been done to the car. New front and rear bumpers, new handles on interior and exterior, clutch and throughout bearing, gages, vinyl top, front and rear shocks, wood grain panels, chrome inside panels, and so much more. Our 1969 Plymouth GTX for sale includes: seat belts, FM/AM radio, cloth/vinyl interior, performance tires, radial tires. These are awesome cars, and this is a great opportunity to get this ride in your driveway at a great price so act now before someone else does. Visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com/SCT/394/1969-Plymouth-GTX to see 100 plus photos and video of this 1969 Plymouth GTX for sale or for more information or to schedule an appointment to view this vehicle in person, please call the Scottsdale showroom at 623-900-4884 or email us directly at email@example.com
1969 Plymouth GTX Hemi The Plymouth GTX arrived on the muscle car scene in 1967 as Plymouths serious contender, a hot rod version of the square Belvedere, with a Hemi V-8 option. Base motor in the GTX was the 375-hp, Super Commando 440-cid V-8, capable of 0-60 mph in 6.8 seconds, with a quarter-mile time of 14.6 seconds and a top speed of 121 mph. And that was when the car was equipped with an automatic transmission and not an optional 4-speed. The 426 Hemi option cost $605 extra and only 703 GTX hardtops and 17 convertibles were so equipped in 1967. The Plymouth GTX became a little curvier in 1968, and its position as a luxury hot rod was strengthened with Plymouths introduction of the more affordable and basic Road Runner. Engine choices remained unchanged from the previous year and continued that way through 1969. Drag test showed that the 440-cid Super Commando V-8 led the 426-cid street Hemi for the first eighth of a mile, until the Hemi came on the cam and won by about two car lengths. With a 4.10 rear axle a 440 motor, the GTX could turn 0-60 mph in 5.8 seconds and a quarter-mile in 13.7 seconds at 102.8 mph. Exterior changes in 1969 were minimal with just a new grille and taillights. Model year 1970 was the last for this body series, and the Plymouth GTX received a new grille, new hood, and new fenders. The 440-cid Super Commando remained the base engine but options included the 390-hp Six Pack with three two-barrel carburetors, or the 425-hp 426-cid street Hemi with dual four-barrels. That same year the convertible GTX was discontinued. The 1971 model year was the final year for the Plymouth GTX. It was priced at $3,733. 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. Hemis are the rarest of the breed, and priced accordingly, but the 440 cars are generally easier to live with and provide an exhilarating ownership experience in their own rights. VIN# RS23J9G210378 Broadcast sheet sequence #210378 Built in Newark, DE on 1/28/1969 Restored in 1987 by Thomas Restorations of Columbia, Missouri Scored 6987 points out of possible 7000 at Mopar Platinum Challenge Restorer claims original matching number car 1 of 11 built with these options: Comes with the original broadcast sheet Options: 426 Hemi engine with 2x4 barrel carburetors, 425 HP 4 speed manual transmission B-5 Bright blue metallic paint with black vinyl top Premium trim, black vinyl bucket seats Power brakes Console with woodgrain panel Bucket seats 3 speed wipers Roof drip rail moldings Body side molding Tachometer Fresh air hood AM Radio Performance hood treatment 26 radiator 1st time offered for sale in over 20 years.
gtx is a project very minor rust 8/3/4 int needs redone engine is orig starts & runs good 727 auto 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.
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1969 Plymouth GTX For SaleThis Gorgeous Plymouth GTX that has been Completely Restored Previous owner had owned the car for the last 20 years! Under the hood sits a date code correct 440ci Six Pack V8 tied to a A727 3-speed automatic transmission. The engine bay in this car is gorgeous, all that bright blue paint and shiny chrome. This GTX has been redone in its original Color Combo of B5 Blue with B7 Blue Rockers. Most of these two tone GTXs that were painted B5 Blue had Black Rocker Paint, this one was ordered new with B7 Blue Rockers making it a more rare combination! Dont miss out on this remarkable opportunity to own a Gorgeous GTX! 440ci Six Pack V8 Engine # 2536430-7 - Casting Date: 6/5/1968 (Date Code Correct Engine)Vin: 9A235367 - Serial # E 440 2 11 HPStock Heads, Runs on 92/93 Octane FuelSix Pack (3 Holley 2 barrels, Real Mopar Carbs!) Center Carb - List #: 4144-1, Part #: 3418554, Model: 2300, Cfm: 350 Outer Carbs - List #: 4365-1, Part #: 3462373, Model: 2300, CFM: 500727 Torqueflite 3-Speed Automatic Transmission(# PK40R8424 5177 5277)Power Steering with New Master CylinderDana 60 3.45 Sure-Grip Rear EndFront Disc Brakes Dual Exhaust with Dynomax Mufflers15 Cragar Wheels With BFGoodrich 225/70R15Aluminum Radiator New Radio(Original Included) Like New Monogrammed Floor MatsThis is a FANTASTIC GTX, It is Like New, New, NEW...The Nicest GTX Ive Ever Seen!! Lots of Extras Included!! Decode the Vin, This is a Real Deal GTX: https://www.decodethis.com/vin/RS23L9G155080 For Sale By Owner and Located in Smithtown, NYTake a Look at the HD Video: https://youtu.be/retjWE1uTWMFollow this Link to Almost 200 High Quality Photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/74qwCAcs4LpzCBnJAWeBe Autos Specializes in Marketing and Advertising Muscle, Classic, Vintage and Specialty Cars. We offer Professional Photography, HD Movies, and Staging that Sells Cars. We have over 6,000 cars in stock at any time, if you are Looking for a Chevelle, Camaro, Nova, Corvette or a Mustang Chances Are we Have your Dream Car. Let us showcase and sell your specialty car. Please visit our website for more details. ?Keep in Touch, Michael Runnalls Specialty Car Marketing & Media WeBe Autos Ltd. Long Island, NY 11780 Michael@WeBeAutos.com www.WeBeAutos.com (O)631-339-0399 (C)516-729-2003 Skype: webeautos (F)631-389-2605 When you Love What You Do You Never have to Go To Work...
Rebuilt 440 cui Mopar engine (casting # 253643010 / Date 10-21-70) with Edelbrock Pro-Flo Fuel Injection. 5 speed manual Tremec transmission. Dana 60 Duratrac limited slip rear end. Painted Chrome Yellow with Pepper Gray Metallic stripes. Reupholstered Black Leather bucket seat interior with center console. Power 4 wheel Baer Drilled / Slotted disc brakes. Power steering. Air Conditioning. Dual stainless exhaust with ceramic coated headers. Aldan front coil-over suspension. Front / Rear sway bar. Painted undercarriage. Aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. Painted firewall / inner fenders / valve covers / air cleaner. Factory gauge cluster with in-dash tachometer. Wood-grain dash / console / door panel accents. Power front windows. Remote driver-side mirror. Front / Rear lap belts. Rebuilt factory style Chrysler Solid State AM radio. 15 Front / 16 Rear Centerline Forged wheels with BFGoodrich Radial T/As. True Plymouth 440 GTX car comes with original / rebuilt / crated engine & transmission.Call (830) 629-4843 for more information on this or any 1969 Plymouth GTX for sale in our inventory. Real deal GTX 440 car you can have some fun shifting through the gears for $82,900EngineSuspensionInteriorAccessories
With a beautiful High Impact color, convertible appeal, and a screaming 440 V8 under the hood this 1969 Plymouth GTX tribute convertible showcases the best of Mopar. And not only do you get a huge discount over a six-figure original, this tribute is exceptionally rare all on its own. For starters, Mopar fans know that all Plymouth intermediate convertibles are a rarity from 69. So this tribute started out life as an RP-series Plymouth Sport Satellite droptop, and there were less than 820 of those produced. So yes, even as a tribute, this car has an amazing rarity. To that you add a high-quality application of the iconic High Impact shade of In-Violet Metallic. It looks great on a sunshine-friendly droptop. And the only thing that shines brighter in the sunlight are all the chrome pieces like the ultra-wide bumpers that help give this B-body its blocky stance. Thats why this car is pure desire on wheels even before you look at the details. Theres a serious intimidation factor with the blacked-out grille and black hood stripes. Those are joined by glowing red outlines on the rear panel and power bulges in the hood. And those upgraded US Mags 18-inch alloys have the perfect look to make this classic look like your Hot Wheels dream come to life. The tight-fitting white folding roof adds plenty of distinction to this already colorful package. And with the touch of a button, it powers down to reveal that same level of appeal. The was a nice recent investment in here so that the white seats remain looking bright, and the carpeting feels fresh. This one retains a great vintage presentation, right down to the premium wood paneling and AM radio thats still on display. Of course, what youll really love is how this convertible speaks directly to the driver. The bucket seat, full instrument panel, and iconic pistol-grip shifter make this a terrific muscle machine. Power comes from the largest engine in Chryslers stable: the feared 440 cubic-inch big block. Everything looks outstanding from the big bold block, to the purple painted fender walls, to the Super Commando air cleaner on top. So it looks like this motor belonged under the hood since day one. They even made sure it says running right with upgrades like the large aluminum radiator. It inhales deeply through a four-barrel carburetor, and that helps give a sweet growl to the dual exhaust. And youll love being in full control of this mighty V8 and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. But more than just a total power package, it also has the right cruising features like power steering, front disc brakes, and modern Michelin performance tires. This is an ultra-rare Mopar turned into an even more powerful tribute. You might never find something this cool ever again. Call today!!!
1969 Plymouth GTX 440 Chrysler big block . Solid cam with roller rockers Demon 750 carburetor 727 manual shift trans 4.30 gears with spool and after market axles Runs 11.7s at Bandimere Located in Franktown CO Financing Nationwide Shipping And Warranties Available To Qualified Buyers This vehicle is located in: Franktown, CO Stock Number: C187298L
Up for sale we have a 1969 Plymouth GTX. This gorgeous Mopar features the factory color combination and the Matching Numbers 440 and Automatic Trans. We will start off with the exterior of this GTX. From first glance you can see the body on it is rock solid with excellent fit of panels. The body lines flow beautifully down the sides and youll notice its straight as an arrow as well. Also, all of the gaps at the doors, hood, and trunk are even and symmetrical. This 69 is covered in the Medium Green Metallic, which is the factory option, and has been buffed and polished to a stunning shine thats slick as a ribbon. The Green is accented by the Black and Red Stripe below the trim as well as the Black Stripes on the Performance Hood with the Air Grabber Set up. Both the front and rear bumper are like new and the rest of the chrome and stainless is in excellent condition as well. To finish off the look its sitting on a set of 15x7 and 15x8 Magnum 500 Wheels with Firestone Wide Oval Tires.Next, we will look at the interior of this 69. On the inside its also done in the factory color combination with the Medium Green interior flowing perfectly from the exterior color combination. As you can see this is a bucket seat and console car with the Automatic Shifter and the working console lights. Both the front and rear seat covers are in great condition along with the padding. The door panels are also in great condition and feature the wood grain accents that complement the console and dash perfectly. Looking at the dash you can see it all appears to be correct with the factory gauges working and even the original style radio in place. The dash pad is in excellent condition along with headliner, carpet and the seal plates. In the trunk it all looks to be rock solid and has the spare, jack, and trunk mat.Finally, we will look at the driveline of this Plymouth. Under the hood it features the matching numbers 440 Engine thats mated to the Matching Numbers 727 Trans that runs back to the 8 Rear End with around a 3.23 Gear. The 440 Engine is set up with the correct Intake and an Edelbrock Carb. Its dressed in the correct breather for the air grabber hood and the correct style valve covers. For exhaust it has manifolds with dual pipes and the turbo style mufflers. When you look under this GTX you can see that all the metal appears to be in phenomenal condition. It looks to have all the original floors with no signs of patches and the frame is excellent condition as well. The suspension is stock and in great condition and it has Drum Brakes on all four corners. Looking at the gas tank it appears to have been replaced and the fuel and brakes lines are in good condition too. If we can help you in any way with questions or a specific picture, you can call our office at (865)988-8088. Or feel free to call Devvin at (865) 256 2366, or you can e-mail us at Sales@SMTClassics.com
Up for sale we have a 1969 Plymouth GTX. This gorgeous Mopar features the factory color combination and the Matching Numbers 440 and Automatic Trans. We will start off with the exterior of this GTX. From first glance you can see the body on it is rock solid with excellent fit of panels. The body lines flow beautifully down the sides and youll notice its straight as an arrow as well. Also, all of the gaps at the doors, hood, and trunk are even and symmetrical. This 69 is covered in the Medium Green Metallic, which is the factory option, and has been buffed and polished to a stunning shine thats slick as a ribbon. The Green is accented by the Black and Red Stripe below the trim as well as the Black Stripes on the Performance Hood with the Air Grabber Set up. Both the front and rear bumper are like new and the rest of the chrome and stainless is in excellent condition as well. To finish off the look its sitting on a set of 15x7 and 15x8 Magnum 500 Wheels with Firestone Wide Oval Tires. Next, we will look at the interior of this 69. On the inside its also done in the factory color combination with the Medium Green interior flowing perfectly from the exterior color combination. As you can see this is a bucket seat and console car with the Automatic Shifter and the working console lights. Both the front and rear seat covers are in great condition along with the padding. The door panels are also in great condition and feature the wood grain accents that complement the console and dash perfectly. Looking at the dash you can see it all appears to be correct with the factory gauges working and even the original style radio in place. The dash pad is in excellent condition along with headliner, carpet and the seal plates. In the trunk it all looks to be rock solid and has the spare, jack, and trunk mat. Finally, we will look at the driveline of this Plymouth. Under the hood it features the matching numbers 440 Engine thats mated to the Matching Numbers 727 Trans that runs back to the 8 Rear End with around a 3.23 Gear. The 440 Engine is set up with the correct Intake and an Edelbrock Carb. Its dressed in the correct breather for the air grabber hood and the correct style valve covers. For exhaust it has manifolds with dual pipes and the turbo style mufflers. When you look under this GTX you can see that all the metal appears to be in phenomenal condition. It looks to have all the original floors with no signs of patches and the frame is excellent condition as well. The suspension is stock and in great condition and it has Drum Brakes on all four corners. Looking at the gas tank it appears to have been replaced and the fuel and brakes lines are in good condition too. If we can help you in any way with questions or a specific picture, you can call our office at (865)988-8088. Or feel free to call Devvin at (865) 256 2366, or you can e-mail us at Sales@SMTClassics.com
1969 Plymouth GTX Convertible Re- creation. This car was born a Plymouth Satellite convertible with a 318 cu. in. motor. It is now a fire breathing 1969 convertible GTX clone/re-creation. Beautiful red paint over a black interior. The motor is 540 cu. in. 8 bbl. Hemi. Simply lifting the hood and seeing this motor is enough to knock your socks off. Not only is it silly fast it is simply breathtaking to look at. This motor has approximately 650hp we were told and by the looks of it and a quick test drive we do not doubt it. This is an older build that shows minor wear and we see no signs of rust. This is a very solid car. Some features: aftermarket Kenwood sound system, extra racing gauges, American Racing Salt Flat Special wheels, etc. The black convertible top is in great condition and works perfectly. Let the pictures speak for themselves! If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call! WALK AROUND VIDEO 1969 Plymouth GTX At Celebrity Cars Las Vegas - YouTube Video will open in a new window Using the eBay App? Paste link into a browser window: isdntekvideo .ytvideo box-sizing:border-box; .ytvideo margin:.5em auto 40px auto; max-width:480px; font-family:arial; text-align:center; position:relative; min-height:120px; background-color:#555; .ytvideo p position:absolute; margin:0; color:white; background-color:rgba(0,0,0,.5); .ytvideo .yt_hd font-size:16px; width:100%; height:28px; line-height:28px; text-align:left; top:0; left:0; padding-left:10px; overflow:hidden; .ytvideo .yt_ft font-size:12px; width:100%; bottom:0; left:0; .ytvideo img display:block; max-width:100%; border:0; .ytvideo a:after content:A025BA; position:absolute; width:60px; height:50px; left:0; top:0; right:0; bottom:0; margin:auto; border:0; border-radius:10px; color:white; background:rgba(0,0,0,.6); font-size:24px; line-height:50px; cursor:pointer; .ytvideo a:hover:after background:#CC181E; .ytvideo .yt_inp position:absolute; top:100%; left:0; width:100%; text-align:center; padding:.5em .2em; xfont-size:18px; border:0; color:white; background: rgba(0,0,0,.7); @media(max-device-width:960px) .ytvideo margin-bottom:60px; .ytvideo .yt_inp padding:1em .2em;