West Coast Classics are proud to present an exceptional example of this 1969 Plymouth GTX 440/375HP V8 2 Door Hardtop with reportedly an original 83K miles in original 'Lime Green Metallic' paint & a vinyl roof and a matching 'Dark Green' premium bucket seats interior and with factory options including the following:
M33 Body Side Moldings N96 Fresh Air Hood R11 AM Radio ($62) VIF Full vinyl top (Green) ($96) V6W Longitude stripes (White) A04 Basic Radio Group B51 Power Brakes ($43) C55 Bucket Seats G33 O/S LH Remote standard mirror J25 3 Spd wipers M21 Roof drip rail moldings F5 Lime Green metallic roof & body P66 Premium interior with vinyl bucket seats interior F8 Dark Green Metallic Interior A19 October 19, 1968 E86 440 CID 4 BBL V8 375HP D32 Heavy duty auto trans RS23 Belvedere GTX 2 Door Hardtop L9G 440 4 BBL 1969 St Louis, MO
The Plymouth GTX was a serious muscle car for the MOPAR enthusiast. The standard Belvedere was enhanced with special identification body side accent stripes, roof driprail moldings, and GTX equipment included foam padded front bucket seats, simulated woodgrain trim on the doors & instrument panel, heavy duty rear suspension, heavy duty front torsion bars, heavy duty brakes, heavy duty battery, firm ride shocks, dual horns, anti-sway bars, dual exhausts and the enlarged version of Chrysler's wedgehead V8 with 440 CID Super Commando & 375 HP or the optional Hemi. The 'gentleman's muscle car' with dual hood scoops, full carpeting, bucket seats and plenty of sparkling interior accents and offered in both hardtop and convertible body styles.
This particular car boasts its correct 440/375HP V8 engine and looks very impressive in it's original 'Lime Green Metallic' color with a matching 'Dark Green' interior and a vinyl roof. The 440 V8 engine is extremely strong and powerful and this particular car drives like a dream, the transmission shifts smooth and the engine temperature always runs cool. This is one now very rare and highly desirable and collectible example of one of the outstanding muscle cars of the late sixties, which has high repute amongst collectors for both it's beautiful lines and simplicity and high performance.
Plymouth needed a muscle car to really stand out from it's competition and with 375HP this car really lived up to it's reputation and could beat almost any other muscle car on the street. One of the standout muscle cars of the sixties, rare today, a neat original GTX is highly prized by collectors and Mopar enthusiasts.
In summary, this 1969 Plymouth GTX 2 Door Hardtop 440/375HP V8 is one rare example of sixties muscle car excess, ready to drive and enjoy today and a sure-fire investment that's sure to appreciate over the years for any classic American sixties muscle car enthusiast or Mopar enthusiast!