1967 Plymouth GTX For Sale

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1967 Plymouth GTX572 CID HEMI V-8 ... 850 horsepower ... Dual quads ... Aluminum heads & drive shaft ... Roller cam ... Power steering ... Power brakes ...

If you’re looking for the best GTX in the market, you’ve found it.

This drop dead gorgeous 1967 GTX is a car for which no expense was spared.  Under the hood you’ll find a heavily chromed 572 CID HEMI V-8 that generates a mind whopping 850 horsepower.  Professionally built by Streetoys, this car features a World Products Mopar 4-bolt main Hemi block and For Hemis Only aluminum heads.  Power is supplied by a Torqueflite 727 three-speed automatic transmission with a stall converter.  Other performance enhancements include the following:

  • Comp Custom roller cam
  • Double roller chain with thrust bearing
  • Total Seal piston rings
  • Stage V intake manifold
  • Edelbrock Thunder Series AVS 800 CFM dual quad carburetors
  • Headers
  • Wizard Cooling aluminum radiator
  • Aluminum drive shaft
  • Drilled & slotted Wilwood power  front disc brakes
  • Power steering
  • MSD Blaster coil
  • Transmission cooler
  • 3” dual exhaust
  • 3.55 Moser rear end
  • 11:1 compression ratio

All engine specs are completely documented by the builders, and all receipts and instructional brochures will be provided to the next owner of the car, as will the dyno report.  Also included is the original build sheet.  Completely street legal, this GTX has never been raced.  Its ground-up cosmetic restoration was completed in 2009 and its top-to-bottom nut and bolt mechanical restoration and build was completed in 2013. The car has been driven only 2,300 miles since being completed.

Performance was not achieved at the expense of appearance, and this car’s cosmetics will wow you.  Its show quality Bright Red paint is laser straight and flawless.  The finish has a mirror like luster, as does its show quality chrome.  Its white pinstripes, fiberglass hood with scoop and chrome American Racing wheels complete the package.

The new interior is equally impressive and all areas appear showroom new from the carpeting to the headliner.  Its tooled white bucket seats and chromed center console definitely have a “wow” factor that contrasts beautifully against its red finish.  Even the original gauges appear as new.  Its full array of Autogage auxiliary gauges will keep you informed about what’s going on under the hood, and you’ll also appreciate its Transaudio AM radio.

Included with sale is a car cover.

If ready-to-go Mopar muscle with plenty of go and show is what you desire, look no further than this top shelf 1967 Plymouth GTX.