1967 Plymouth GTX Belvedere

Condition: Used
Make: Plymouth
Model: GTX
SubModel: GTX
Type: Other
Trim: Belvedere
Doors: 2
Year: 1967
Mileage: 90,011
VIN: RS23L77189552
Color: Other
Engine: 440 Super Commando V8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Other
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

Description for Plymouth GTX 1967

Correctly presented, nicely restored, the right paperwork, and the original 440 V8 all make this 1967 Plymouth GTX an amazing and rare muscle car. So you were already hooked before you saw the obtainable price.
Mopar fans know to look for the '67 GTX. This was the first year for the famous nameplate, and they redesigned the midsize body for '68. So the inaugural car was also a single-year design. Add in the fact that this was one of the most expensive Plymouths around, and you soon realize how rare this is. It's that kind of constant in-demand attitude that shows why this coupe would be so well respected and cared for throughout its life. The Dark Copper Metallic paint might look like a modern color, but it's factory-correct. It was treated to a professional respray much later in life. So while this car is over a half-century old, the deep color gives off a fantastic metallic glow every time the sunshine hits the sheetmetal. And speaking of the body panels, these are looking so good that you can instantly see the crisp style lines that the designers wanted to showcase down the coupe's entire profile. Plus, as the high-performance GTX, this one has great intimidating features like the dual hood scoops, race-inspired fuel filler cap, and redline tires on Mopar mag wheels.
You're going to love parking this one at the shows, because the pillarless hardtop design gives everyone a fantastic view of the light copper interior. The color coordination between the two shades of copper inside and out really tells you someone knew what he was doing with the order sheet back in '67. The consignor states this is the original interior, and you can really get a feel for the style with the intricate pattern on the seats repeated on the door panels. As the premium Plymouth of the time, this one has period-correct premium features, like the artful center console, bucket seats, and an AM radio. And the copper-colored factory steering wheel is thin enough to give you a commanding view of the whole gauge panel and heat/defrost sliders.
With a car this original so far, it's great to lift the hood and see a properly-presented 440 cubic-inch Super Commando V8. This is the original numbers-matching engine, which should make any Mopar fan already weak in the knees. In fact, you will find that many of the supporting components are correct, too. But more than just historical significance, a machine like this was mean to be driven. The big V8 inhales deeply though a Carter four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority out of the H-pipe dual exhaust. This muscle machine was built to keep you connected to the road, but it also has a cruising nature with the stout A727 three-speed automatic transmission and a limited slip rear end.
A coupe like this is a rare treat that people will want to know more about, and so it comes with the factory build sheet, owner's manual, and restoration photos. You already know that muscle Mopars command higher prices, and so this one is priced quite nicely. So don't let this copper king slip away, call today!