- $49,995 Get Financing
- Item Location:
- Lithia Spgs, GA
- Seller: streetsideatl
- Phone: 877-367-1835
Attention all Mopar and muscle car fans...this is time to take notice. The 1967 Plymouth GTX was a one-year only design, and so this big 440 V8 muscle machine is already desirable for its rarity even before you discover the overall quality of this restored hardtop.
Rarity and distinction are two qualities that have lasting value. That's why people look for 1967 GTXs. It was the first year for this now legendary nameplate, and it was a single-year design. Plus, when you combine one of the most expensive Plymouths with Chrysler's historically lower production numbers, then you know this is already a rare treat. You can tell this one has been given to good care since its restoration by the way the body panels show off the crisp lines. The cantilevered styling on the roof was uniquely Mopar, and the mirror-like chrome bumpers add sophistication to this distinction. And while this coupe has style, it's also quite intimidating. The red paint has the bold and glossy finish you want on a true muscle. The dual black stripes look sporty and also highlight the dual scoops in the hood. Wide dual exhaust tips, race-inspired fuel filler cap, and mag-style Mopar road wheels complete this high-performance package.
More distinction and first-class touches await when you open the door. The premium white vinyl bucket seats look newer, but they retain the correct-style intricate pattern that really grabs attention. The door panels also match in style and freshness. The carpeting, headliner, dash, and all other fundamentals all seem to be part of this solid investment. These were midsize cars by 1960s standards, which means there is plenty of room to carry up to four family and friends with you to enjoy the very vintage and well-presented package. Of course, you don't need any of them to have fun in this Plymouth. Bucket seats, a grippy factory wheel, and the artful center console make sure that the driver has true individual comfort.
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 motor. This is an important part to the GTX's legacy, and so it's nice to see an era-correct block under the hood. This also has nice details, like the polished valve covers and factory air topper that announces the Super Commando engine. The mighty motor inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with a true muscle car tune out of the newer stainless dual exhaust. This is a strong powerhouse that fires up easily - like it's eager to hit the streets. And this pure power package goes down the road easy with features like the A727 three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and wide BF Goodrich T/As.
The '67 GTX is an in-demand muscle Mopar, and this shining example does it right. So don't miss this deal. Call today!!!