440 V8, 727 TF AUTO, PWR STEER & BRAKE, PWR TOP, STR8 BODY, SUNNY DAY CRUISER!!
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1970 Plymouth GTX
This has so much of Mopar's best features that a factory-built car of this caliber costs could have approached six figures. After all, it has a beautiful High Impact color, the best interior features, and a screaming 440 V8 under the hood. And even as a tribute, this 1970 Plymouth GTX is exceptionally rare.
For starters, Mopar fans know that there was no GTX convertible in 1970. So this tribute started out life as a Plymouth Satellite droptop, and there were only 701 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 ionic 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. That's why this car is pure desire on wheels even before you look at the details. Black is used on this car to up the intimidation factor. You see it used to outline the power bulge in the hood; it looks like the proper GTX side scoops are shooting black lasers down the entire side of the car; and the tall rear wing covers the full width of the trunk. All this black aggression and bright shine perfectly unite to finish this total package on the iconic Mopar-style Mag wheels.
And because of all the black trim on the outside, this muscle machine looks terrific no matter if the black electric folding roof is in place or if you have the black interior open to the world. The driver and passenger get high-back vinyl bucket seats that are a nice reminder that the Plymouth Satellite was an all-day cruiser. You even get a great upgrade to an AM/FM/CD stereo so you can listen to modern music while enjoying your classic muscle machine. The rest of the interior is correct and clean, which makes it all feel like a 1970s time capsule. There's plenty of wood paneling on the center console and dash, and the factory three-spoke steering wheel is equal parts grippy and artful.
You've already seen those racing hood pins on the front of this car, and what's under the hood earns this appearance. Power comes from the biggest engine in Chrysler's stable, the feared 440 cubic-inch big block. It looks like a small fortune was spent during restoration to make the monster V8 look like it belonged under the hood since day one. Everything looks outstanding from the big bold block, to the purple painted fender walls, to the Super Commando air cleaner on top. It inhales deeply through an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with a ferocious growl thanks to long tube headers feeding the thunderous dual exhaust. But as powerful as this one is, it also has the right cruising features like power steering, power brakes, and a Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission.
Complete with owner's manual, this is an amazing and artful tribute that already utilizes an ultra-rare canvas. This is truly a one-of-a-kind, so if miss it; you might never find something this cool ever again. Call now!