1967 Plymouth GTX$42,000

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Name: jack benning
Price: $42,000
Email: jack.benning8@email.com
Phone: 907.586.2304
Location: Seattle, WA
Investment quality. Invest in a real Mopar! If you don't want to take my word for it, take an experts word! Galen Govier states and affirms all numbers matching. See pictures. 1967 Plymouth GTX original J Code Hemi car, automatic transmission, 323's with 8 34 rear end. Original fender tag, original build sheet, and original Certicard. Copy of Chrysler IBM card and window sticker. Some previous long term owner history. Only 733 Hemi GTX's were built in '67, about 408 Automatics, only about 75 are still around in the registry (As of 2011). The way this car is equipped, Galen says one of one. Bright Blue metallic with black vinyl interior. Restored about 8 years ago? Appears to be all original sheet metal. Very straight, solid car. Red line radials on chrome 14 inch magnums. An original 1967 Am Fm Radio! Tachometer works! All dash and console and tach lights work. Excellent interior. Rechromed bumpers all the rest of trim and chrome above average. Some is original to the car. Glass outstanding. Everything works on this car. Was mechanic owned most of the time. Dual exhaust,mild sounding mufflers, correct tips. Engine rebuilt to factory specs. Transmission re done too with a shift kit. Gets second gear tire chirp! Has performance distributor, Electric Fuel pump as well as mechanical. All correct under the hood. Carburetors I believe to be correct for Hemi. Car has added front disc brakes. I have the original drums that will go with the car. Trunk is mint. Factory repo trunk mat and quarters have the thick factory undercoating inside the trunk, trunk floor original and excellent. Look at my pictures. Note the Rear quarter panel tabs still present. This is the real deal. I have never owned a better running or driving Mopar. This one is a keeper. An investment property has popped up and I need to act right away. This is the only reason for sale. Odometer reads 12K miles. I believe the odometer was reset when restored. Not a used car lot. My collection is indoors. Come inspect the car. Can't fault it as far as I'm concerned. Sits right sounds right and a factory Hemi. Please look at NADA classic car value. This will tell you just what an investment this car is. Car is sold as is. If there is something you deem important just ask.