1970 Plymouth GTX
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San Diego, CA
1970 Plymouth GTX with a 440 Six Pack. WOW...Check out this absolutely stunning that has undergone a meticulous frame off restoration. The owner, spared no expense in building one of the nicest, rarest and mechanically sound GTXs in existence. According to the 1970 GTX Registry, , this is the ONLY black GTX with an automatic transmission and rare P6K4 Burnt Orange interior.This car purchased this car in 2004 while visiting the Silver Auction in Reno, Nevada. A year long teardown and done on this car, and dash pieces were also redone. The original 440 was rebuilt with a Six Pack set up putting out approximately 575 HP. The 727 transmission and rear end were also rebuilt to handle the added torque. The rear end ratio is 3:55 for easy highway cruising. Every piece of the car was carefully taken off and done over from the air grabber system to the armrests. Alsol added the six pack setup, lower side rocker moldings, gold side stripe, 3 TTI cross-over exhaust system and electric cutouts. Finished in early 2006 the car has a new front grill, all exterior trim has been repaired where necessary and polished, new tail lights, new upholstery, new dash, new door panels and rechromed bumpers. The fender tag reveals the following options. * E86 440-440 4 barrel * D32 727 Automatic transmission * RS23 GTX hardtop * TX9 Black exterior * P6K4 Burnt orange interior * FK5 Burnt orange metallic inside door paint * A01 Light package; trunk, glove box, above the glove box lid and ignition * C16 center console * C55 High back bucket seats * G33 Drivers side remote outside door mirror * J25 Three speed wiper motor * L31 Hood mounted turn signals * M21 Drip moldings * N85 Clock/tach * R11 AM radio
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