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For Sale: 1968 Plymouth GTX

GTX 1968

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$39,900.00 obo
Location:    MURRAY , Kentucky US
Ad Renewed:    April 3, 2017
Ad Expires:    May 3, 2017
 
 
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hodogs  (1)
MURRAY, KY 420714617 US
270-978-1074
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 Vehicle Specifics
Year: 1968 Make / Model: Plymouth GTX
Mileage: 24000 Title Status: Clear
Engine: 8 cyl. Transmission: Manual Exterior Color: yellow
Doors: 2 Interior Color: black
 
 Vehicle Description
This is a great car that I have had for 3 years now. It has a date correct 440 out of a Chrysler 300 with a 4 speed and Dana 60 sure grip. 2 years ago I spent approximately $10k on the engine making it come to life and making it very noticeable everywhere I drive it. I added the Edelbrock top end kit with .600 lift springs. The block was bored to .060 over giving us 452 cubic inches. It has a Comp Cam with .545 lift, Comp vacuum tank, Comp Roller Rockers and push rods, Milodon high capacity oil pan and Melling High pressure pump. Holley 750 cfm 3310 carb. MSD electonic ignition with 6AL box and limiter settings. Griffin aluminum radiator with electric fan, Vacuum pump for brakes, Powder coated Mopar Performance breather and valve covers matching the car, Hedman Headers with Electric operated cut outs for more noise and Flowmaster 40 mufflers. New Brake booster and master cylinder since engine pictures were taken. Interior has been redone, tailight bezel reworked, new vinyl top, Hurst competition shifter. I still have the old Inland shifter that was in the car and all the motor parts removed including the elephant ear manifolds. Last year I added the American Racing Vintage Wheels 17X8 on front and 17X9 on the rear which really woke the car up to the public. The following link is the car running right after coming home from the engine build:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PViFpRVLzWU

This is a great car and ready to be taken to next step for someone. I was working toward that goal and with my new job, just do not have the time to enjoy it any longer only going to 5 events all summer. I have the original build sheets from under the rear seat and a huge folder of receipts. VIN# is RS23L8G163422
 
   
 
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