REAL DEAL RS CODE GTX, DATE CORRECT 440 SUPER COMANDO, A727, PS, FACTORY COLORS!
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|Engine:||440 Super Commando V8|
1967 Plymouth GTX
Premium looks, big power, and true rarity combine to make this 1967 Plymouth GTX instant muscle car royalty that's always in-demand.
Born a dark red car, this first-year GTX perfectly combines the attitude Plymouth was aiming to deliver. After all, the red is what you want on a muscle car, but the deeper tones on this shade represent a more sophisticated look that you want on one of the company's most expensive offerings. More than just pricy, this was a one-year-only design that delivered the cool dual hood scoops and angular hardtop roof. So yes, the '67s hold a lot of stature. Plus, wide chrome bumpers, iconic Cragar SS wheels, and a race-style flip-up gas cap complete a package that showcases all of the best elements of the muscle car era.
The black vinyl interior pairs well with the deep red on the outside. The factory-correct pattern on the bucket seats and the artful center console in-between are part of a more intricate design than you would expect on a Plymouth (once again showcasing how much of a premium Plymouth this is.) These were midsize muscle cars of the day, but that designation in the '60s means full-size comfort today. So there's plenty of room to have up to four family and friends riding with you, but you don't need any of them to have fun with this GTX. It feels like a driver's car from the moment you grab the factory three-spoke wheel. Beyond that is a clear gauge package, as well as cleanly installed auxiliary readouts, including a very handy tach. So sure, you could have fun playing with the upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo, but really we know you'll be all about turning the key and creating a rumbling soundtrack with the dual exhaust.
This was at the dawn of the muscle car era, and this one celebrates it correctly. The GTX was a true street king with Plymouth's 440 cubic-inch Super Commando engine. This is an important part to the GTX's legacy, and so it's nice to see an era-correct block under the hood. Not only does this V8 have some nice flair with the bright air topper and Mopar Performance valve covers, but also there's extra performance substance in this motor, too. The Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock Performer RPM intake let this V8 inhale deeper and give more rumble to the dual exhaust. Plus, it has the right supporting components like Accel hi-temp wires and a 12-inch fan for better cooling. And this pure power package goes down the road easy with features like the A727 three-speed automatic transmission, thick front sway bar, and power steering.
Complete with owner's manual, the '67 GTX is an in-demand muscle Mopar, and this example does it right. So don't miss this deal. Call today!!!