1969 Plymouth GTX 98600 Miles Orange 440 Manual

1969 Plymouth GTX

Condition: Used
Make: Plymouth
Model: GTX
Type: --
Year: 1969
Mileage: 98600
VIN: RS27L9G281191
Color: Orange
Engine: 440
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: --
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

Description for Plymouth GTX 1969

GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this iconic '69 Plymouth GTX Convertible. This head turning muscle car comes in a brilliant orange paint job complemented by a black convertible top, black accents and a clean black interior. The convertible top is in excellent condition and functions as it should. Powering the GTX is believed to be the original 440 cubic inch V8 motor mated to a 4 speed manual transmission. Standard features include power front disc brakes, working heat and more. This vehicle comes to us from a private automotive collection. As such it has always been properly maintained and stored. Additionally, the vehicle is believed to have been completely restored based on its excellent condition. The GTX is one of the most recognizable muscle cars of all time. So, if you're in the market to scoop up a living legend, don't miss your opportunity to own this one. Please call or email us for more information.
The Plymouth GTX is an automobile introduced as the Belvedere GTX in 1967 by the Plymouth division. It was positioned as a mid-sized upscale-trimmed performance muscle car through the 1971 model year. Chrysler introduced major changes in the design of the 1968 model Plymouth B-bodies and the GTX was given a completely new look. A new hourglass body replaced the previous rectilinear design. The high performance 440 was standard in the GTX as was the TorqueFlite automatic transmission, while it was an extra cost option in the Road Runner. The GTX used the Sport Satellite trim and was offered in two body styles, a two-door convertible and a two-door hardtop. In 1969, the GTX's sales dropped when the Road Runner was also offered in a convertible body style. The GTX received minor cosmetic changes to the tail lights and grille, as well as the side marker lights. An optional "Air Grabber" hood (standard on Hemi-engined cars) featured functional openings on both sides of the hood that were controlled from the dash.