|Now moved over to the "E-body" platform, the Barracuda came with more options and body styles and competed as a real performance car.|
1970 Plymouth GTXIThe 1970 Plymouth GTX offered smoother lines with restyled front fenders and a new bulging scooped hood. Still featuring much of the standard equipment as the Road Runner, the 70' GTX dropped the Convertible model option. Optional 15x7 Rallye wheels with F60-15 Goodyear tires became available for the first time. Engine options still included a 440, with 375hp, a 440+6 with 390 hp and the 426 Hemi rated at 425 hp. Optional with the 440+6, and standard with the Hemi was the latest version of the Air Grabber hood that featured a single flap that could be raised or lowered from inside the car. Sales continued to suffer and only 7,748 GTXs were sold. Only 72 were ordered with the Hemi and 768 with the 440+6.
1970 Plymouth GTX Production
|Model Number||Body/Style Number||Body Type & Seating||Factory Price||Shipping Weight||Total Production|
|FR2||RS23||2 dr Hardtope Coupe - 6P||$3,535||3,515 lbs||7,748|
|Model||Wheelbase||Overall Length||Width||Front Tread||Rear Tread||Tires|
|GTX||116 in||204 in||Not Available||Not Available||Not Available||F70-14|
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