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Chrysler worked hard to position the Plymouth GTX as a luxurious, high-performance alternative to the inexpensive muscle cars at the other end of the scale. Available with all the pavement-twisting horsepower you could get in the more basic models, but with a ton of luxury features that could be added to create one-of-a-kind vehicles that would suit anybody's taste. And in the case of this loaded, Hemi-powered maroon GTX that still carries its original, matching-numbers engine, an incredible combination of performance and comfort that you just couldn't find anywhere else. In addition, it carries a transmission cooler up front, which is extremely rare, and the Burgundy Metallic paint was a one-year-only paint. Even our resident GTX expert, who has owned and restored dozens of these cars, has never seen a Hemi GTX in this color. This is definitely a very special car.
1969 Plymouth GTX For Sale
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This beautiful Mopar features all original steel! When the previous owner
started the restoration, the car was taken down to bare metal. The car was
painted in 2012. The restoration was recently completed. The previous owner
sold the car because his father had become ill and he didn't have time for
The original build sheet and shoulder belts and hardware are included in
This was originally a 440 car, but does not have the original motor.
440ci Engine, Bored and Stoked to 496ci/650hp
727 Automatic Transmission
489 Case Sure Grip Rear End with 4:10 Gear Ratio
Holley Carb, Dual Feed and Electric Choke
Powder Coated Performer RPM Dual Plane Intake
Edelbrock RPM Heads
Chrome Power Steering Pump
Manual Drum Brakes, New Brake Lines
New Exhaust System and Exhaust Tips
Jet Coated Headers
Billet Aluminum Pulleys
Mopar Performance Valve Covers
Powder Coated Water Pump
Chrome Air Cleaner
Mopar Performance Valve Covers
Custom Aluminum Radiator
Custom Fan Shroud
New Springs and Shocks
Rebuilt Front Suspension
Brand New Gas Tank with New Straps
Beautiful Blue Paint, Done about 2 Years Ago
Standard Black Lower Body Side Paint
All Original Metal
Gorgeous Chrome Bumpers
Grille is Beautiful
Stainless Trim and Emblems are in Great Shape
Gorgeous Straight Body
Doors Fit and Operate Properly
Door Jambs and Lips are Solid and Clean
Solid Trunk is Beautifully Painted
Brand New Trunk Mat
Undercarriage was Sand Blasted and Painted Body Color
Frame is Beautifully Painted and Very Clean
Rockers are Solid and Clean
Wheel Wells are Painted Body Color
Beautiful Magnum Wheels
Great Looking Front Tires -- 225/70/15
Mickey Thompson Rear Tires - 275/60/15
Beautiful Blue Interior
Console with Shifter
Wood Grain Details on Console, Dash and Door Panels
Aftermarket Gauges Under the Dash
Dash Pad is in Great Shape
Seatbelts Front and Back
Great Looking Steering Wheel
Interior Lights Work
Nice Looking Carpet
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132931 / 1968 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500KR
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People always wonder why the survival rate of even exceptional collector
cars is so low. If these cars are so special, why didn't someone take
better care of them? This 1968 Shelby GT500KR is unquestionably a
spectacular car, but it was almost lost forever and presents an interesting
case study in seeing the forest for the trees. Literally hours away from
the crusher, a sharp-eyed enthusiast spotted the body at the scrap yard and
immediately made a move to purchase it. Noting the original Shelby fender
tag was still intact and therefore knowing that it was a top-of-the-line
GT500KR convertible, he arranged to purchase it for $500 just hours before
it was slated to go into the crusher. He paid the wrecking service to drag
the car to his home, where he began the restoration.
In 1978, you could still order Shelby parts directly from Ford, so all new
fiberglass OEM pieces were purchased to replace those that were destroyed
by the fire. But the restoration never happened and the car and all the
parts were sold. Eventually the car landed at Custom Classic Autos, where
it was given a frame-off restoration to concours standards.
The paint and bodywork are simply stunning in person. Any of the flaws
carried by the original fiberglass have been thoroughly exorcised and today
it is in better than new condition. Panel alignment is exceptional, gaps
are even all around, and the car fits together better than any Mustang ever built by the factory.
The paint is 2-stage base/clear urethane that exactly duplicates the
special order Bright Yellow finish, and correct black GT500KR stripes and
call-outs have been installed on the rocker panels.
The incredible detailing extends under the hood, where a freshly rebuilt,
date-code correct 428 Cobra Jet has been installed. Painted the correct
shade of Ford corporate blue, it features correct COBRA cast aluminum valve
covers, functional ram-air air cleaner, and even a complete thermactor
system. Dominating the engine bay is the massive compressor for the A/C
system, which is fully functional and blows ice cold. Correct hoses,
clamps, wiring, and clips were used throughout the engine compartment,
resulting in a highly accurate, concours-ready piece.
The chassis looks exactly factory correct as well. Starting with red oxide
primer on the floors, just like every Mustang built from Day One, the
Bright Yellow paint has been blown in, just like on the assembly line. The
C6 automatic has been rebuilt and, like the engine, is correct for a Shelby
GT500KR. Out back, there's a bulletproof Ford 9-inch rear with 3.00 gears.
Gorgeous 10-spoke Shelby alloy wheels carry Goodyear bias-ply tires.
According to the experts at Custom Classics, the interior is original Ford,
and not a reproduction kit. We already know it can't be original to this
particular car, but must have come from a donor vehicle instead. The Shelby
Cobra logo on the center armrest is crisp and clear and not
overstuffed-looking like the reproductions, and the woodgrain on the dash
and center console is excellent. Carpets are reproductions, and are
protected by a set of rubber floor mats.
As far as investments go, it's awfully hard to beat a Shelby GT500KR
convertible with a special-order color and a ton of options. To add your
chapter to this car's fascinating history, all you need to do is call.
1969 Plymouth GTX for Sale: 440 GTX Engine Rev and Drive By
Visit http://www.sunsetclassics.com/1969-plymouth-gtx-440/ to see this
amazing 1969 Plymouth GTX for sale from Sunset Classics.
The owner of this desirable and iconic muscle car spent countless hours
restoring this car--many of the hours were spent in uncomfortable positions
on his back under the car, bent over the engine bay, and crouched inside
the car and inside the trunk. As you can see, the car is even better than
new. The work is over, and you can relaxingly enjoy the benefits of the
years of hard work that went into perfecting this 1969 GTX.
This gorgeous Dark Bronze Metallic Plymouth GTX has the correct date coded
1969 440 engine that cranked out an impressive 432 horsepower / 428 ft. lbs of
torque on the engine Dyno on pump gas!
Take a look at the link above for all the juicy resto specs, 2 detailed
photo galleries and more vids.
Give me a call to make an offer on this classic beauty.
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132268 / 1969 Camaro SS 396 L89
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There's definitely a hierarchy among 1969 Camaros. At the top, of course,
are the COPOs, including the mighty all-aluminum ZL-1, which is perhaps the
most desirable muscle car of all time. But just below that is the
almost-as-rare L89 SS396, which features aluminum heads atop an identically
rated 375 horsepower L78 big block.
Like the beautiful COPO tributes we've featured recently, this beautifully
restored L89 tribute is so well detailed that it scored first place in the
"Original Class" at the 2010 Motorama.
Plymouth GTX 440 LOUD SOUND RoadRunner V8
Plymouth GTX 440 / RoadRunner Sound - Hello and welcome to the Car
Acceleration TV Channel 2014. In today's video, we want to show you a great
american classic car, the Plymouth GTX 440 / RoadRunner. The V8 engine
sound is really incredible. Watch this Plymouth video for cold start sound,
drive scenes and listen the horn. End of 1970, the Belvedere was replaced
by the Plymouth Satellite. Consequently, based on the GTX now the new
model. However, this lasted only one year. Completely new was the coupé
body, technically, everything remained the same. Available were still the
7.2-liter with two power ratings and the seven-liter Hemi V8. Due to sharp
decline in sales of the GTX was taken as a stand-alone model in the fall of
1971 from the program, in the model years 1972 to 1974 there were but for
the continuing Plymouth Road Runner GTX a package. My opinion is from this
period is the most interesting of the Plymouth Cuda Barracuda model.
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1968 Plymouth Road Runner
This is one of the nicest restored, documented, numbers matching 1968, 426
Hemi, Plymouth Road Runners in existence today. This car comes with full
Galen Govier documentation papers and certificate. We also has a complete
photo book showing and documenting this Rotisserie restoration. We have
many receipts and Dyno
sheets for this car. I must add the transmission is not the original, but
correct for the car. It is dated Feb 27, 1968. This car was built on or
about Dec. 04, 1967. With that being said, the motor is stamped Oct. 28,
1967. This is the original 426 Hemi RB block that came in this car. Only
840, 426 Hemi Road Runner 2 door coupes were built in 1968. Only 391
Automatics in US. This car is # 22 of 62 built at the St. Louis Mo. plant.
This car is Matador Red with Very Rare Silver Interior. The car now has
266 miles on it since its restoration. This is not a car you have seen on
TV auctions or advertised anywhere. This is an uncirculated car coming out
of an extensive Hemi collection. This car was restored to concourse
specifications, even the voltage regulator is date coded correct for this
car. More details and pictures are available at http://carsetc.com.
SYA! SOLD. 1968 Plymouth GTX 440 FOR SALE
For Sale by Show Your Auto:
http://www.showyourauto.com/am/listings/l0240.html This 1968 Plymouth GTX
in Racing Green with color keyed green vinyl top sports with original
engine and transmission. Original drive train accessories have been
chromed out to give the engine bay an "Old School Cool" look. Factory
options Premium Sport Vinyl Bucket seats with console, tinted windows,
fender mounted turn signals, dual Exhaust, Magnum 500 Wheels, and red line
bias-ply tires. She drives out rock steady, all accessories work. She
only needs one thing, for you to get in and drive! Call Patrick Krook for
1967 Plymouth GTX $28,900.00
Clean Original North Carolina car, beautiful factory bright blue metallic,
blue vinyl interior, '67 date coded 440 ci/375 hp engine, Edelbrock 4 bbgl,
factory intake & Exhaust manifolds,
factory breather, chrome valve covers, Mopar radiator with shroud, front
disc brakes, 727 Torqueflite automatic transmission, bucket seats with
buddy seat, factory dash & gauges, original am-fm radio, remote mirror, Sun
tach & gauges, dual Exhaust with
correct chrome tips, 8 ¾ rear end, 215/70/15 tires, 15" American Racing
Torque Thrust D wheels, factory jack with spare, 90,000 original miles,
original fender tag, True GTX! Mopar Muscle!
132904 / 1949 Chevrolet Fleetline Special
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If you're looking for an awesome weekend cruiser, your custom has arrived!
Sign the papers, toss three of your closest friends inside, crank up the
air conditioning and head out!
Built to turn heads and tear up the road, this rare '49 Chevy is the kind
of fully-sorted hot rod you won't be afraid to drive anywhere. It's
brilliant and smooth Copper Metallic paint combines with original chrome
and stainless to provide serious character. Its unique and distinctive
body, which was extremely solid before the high quality restoration began,
was stripped to bare metal and tweaked with a variety of customizations
that aid in both appeal and streetability. And its profile, which mixes a
gracefully arced roofline with a shortened windshield and integrated rear
fenders, reminds us just how cool 40s metal can be!
Pop the car's domed hood and get a good look at its stout and reliable 350
cubic inch, 330 horsepower high output crate
engine. Air and fuel are supplied by a polished breather, which seals
around a reusable filter element, and a chrome Edelbrock Weber 4-barrel
carburetor that's equipped with a Lokar throttle cable. That perfect
mixture of elements flows into a polished Edelbrock Performer RPM Air Gap
intake and modern center bolt heads which are capped by polished valve
covers. Fires are ignited by fresh MSD Super Conductor plug wires that are
connected to a modern HEI distributor via simple black looms. Heat is
suppressed by a heavy duty aluminum radiator that's equipped with a small
electric pusher fan, a polished overflow tank and a polished cap. And spent
gases are jettisoned through a slick set of ceramic coated block hugger
headers that are ready to rock and roll!
Take a look underneath the car; instead of a heavy, loose and wallowing
postwar chassis, you'll find a roster of modern pieces which work
seamlessly to provide a confident driving experience. Up front, a full Mustang II suspension, which
is complete with tubular lower control arms, power rack and pinion
steering, a front sway bar and power disc brakes, is light years ahead of
the stock parts it replaced. In the middle of the floors, a modern 700R4
automatic turns the engine's thrust into a liquid-smooth torque band. Out
back, there's a Ford nine inch rear end that's fitted with passable 3.25
gears. And at the corners, stylish 17 inch Billet Specialties wheels wear
versatile 215/45 front and 225/45 rear Kumho Ecsta SPT radials.
Pop open this intelligently designed cruiser's electric doors and check out
its supple leather cockpit. While most customs strive for form over
function, (i.e. they're beautiful but unable to be comfortably piloted by
anyone other than an undersized 11-year-old) this Chevy is both good
looking and completely livable. Want to drive it to work every day AND be
the carpool guy? No problem! You've got plenty of room, modern comforts and
a quiet, isolated ride. Top dead center, re-stitched late model Trans Am
buckets offer up soft surfaces over OEM quality seating. At the front of
the car, a tilt column puts the wheel anywhere you need while Dakota
Digital gauges keep an eye on what's happening under the hood. In the
middle of the car, a custom center console props controls and for the car's
Vintage Air climate system between a modern Sony CD player, switches for
the car's power windows and two cup holders. And behind you, a cushy back
seat is large enough for four; and you'll definitely appreciate the custom
carpeting, door panels, and headliner that trim everything out.
If you're looking for something a little different than a run-of-the-mill
Chevy, this awesome '49 Fleetline is a fantastic choice. Call, click or
visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome
1968 Plymouth GTX For Sale
1968 Plymouth true RS23 GTX For Sale $15,000
Rare RR1 (repainted darker)
440, auto, PDB, A/C, lots of new stuff. Perfect driver or restore.
132885 / 1967 Shelby Cobra
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Maybe it's just me, but when I first laid eyes on this killer '67 Cobra I
couldn't help but think that its Lincoln Black paint and glossy pewter
stripes speak a little more highly of its monstrous performance credentials
than some traditional, yet tired, blue and white or red and white paint
scheme. You see, virtually every part of this roadster is immaculate and
EVERYTHING about its build has been highly planned and brilliantly
executed; therefore, a predictably 'vintage' paint job, as cool as those
are, simply wouldn't do the car justice.
A simple one armed lift of the light fiberglass hood reveals a freshly
honed and decked 509 cubic inch aluminum Donovan V8 which utilizes a 4.500
bore and a 4.000 stroke to turn stout 11 to 1 compression into a Dyno proven 597 horsepower and 672 lb./ft.
of torque! At the top of that killer engine, air from a chrome K&N X-Stream
Airflow air filter mixes with 93 octane pump gas that's supplied by an 830
cfm Barry Grant double pumper 4-barrel carburetor and flows into an
Edelbrock Performer RPM intake which has been both ported and polished.
That intake is bolted to ported and polished Edelbrock Performer RPM heads
that prop custom valve covers and a full Comp valve job, which includes
Comp Pro Magnum roller rockers, above a Comp Cams .566/.612 roller cam and
a Crower balanced rotating assembly which includes a polished crank and
Clevite bearings. Fire is provided by an MSD Blaster SS high output coil
which is connected to an MSD 6AL ignition system, an MSD Pro-Billet points
distributor and high performance MSD Super Conductor plug wires. Cooling
comes courtesy of a high flow aluminum radiator which sends water past a
Flex-a-lite Black Magic electric fan and a billet aluminum overflow tank to
corrugated hoses and a high performance aluminum water pump. And the engine
breathes well thanks to a slick pair of ceramic coated long tube headers
which appear to be custom fabricated.
The first thing you'll notice when you put this car on a lift is its
massive Everett Morrison 4 inch tube frame which has been detailed in a
smooth coat of satin black paint. And the second thing you'll notice is a
virtually indestructible Richmond 4+1 5-speed performance transmission
which has been equipped with a full scatter shield, a Centerforce clutch
and a Lakewood bellhousing. That transmission sends power through a heavy
duty driveshaft, which is complete with a driveshaft safety hoop, to a Dana
limited slip rear end that spins all of the cars massive power through
highway friendly 3.08 Richmond gears. At the front of the chassis, stamped
control arms combine with a chrome, heavy duty sway bar, polished QA1 coil
overs and quick ratio power steering to make the car's turns as effortless
as its power. And at the back of the chassis, a Corvette independent rear
suspension is fitted with two more polished QA1 coil overs and a modified
rear sway bar which ensure good traction and excellent launches.
When you jump inside its leather lined cockpit, you're treated with a level
of detail and finish that is normally reserved for high dollar street rods.
Front and center is a pair of custom pleated leather bucket seats which
feature five point Simpson race harnesses and enough tail bone support to
turn this hot rod into a long distance cruiser. In front of those seats, a
body-matched and leather wrapped dash props a chrome rearview mirror and a
full assortment of Auto Meter Pro-Comp Ultra-Lite gauges above a Clarion
ProAudio CD player. Below those seats, new carpet, which flows over the
console and up behind the seats, is protected by color keyed "Venomous"
branded floor mats. And at the sides of those seats, the car's fiberglass
doors have been covered in matching camel leather and fitted with both
large storage pockets and trick cable door pulls. In front of the driver, a
three spoke, leather wrapped steering wheel spins around a satin finished
Total Performance Inc. tilt steering column. And beside the driver a Hurst
Competition Plus short shifter props a marbled shift knob in front of a
chrome emergency brake handle and a chrome fire extinguisher.
Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on
this awesome car!
132273 / 1969 Chevy Camaro Z/28 Tribute
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This 1969 Camaro
features Daytona Yellow paint, a 5-speed gearbox, and ice cold A/C, which
all add up to a car that's built for cruising. Yes, this is an original
Daytona Yellow car, and the 2-stage paint looks spectacular. Gaps are
decent all around, the stripes were painted on, as is the fashion these
days, and buried under the clearcoat.
132897 / 1956 Ford F100
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With an unlimited budget, amazing things are possible, and this astounding
1956 Ford F100 is the result of one man's vision, determination, and one
hell of a big check. And while it may look like a familiar pickup truck,
there isn't a single component anywhere on this truck that hasn't been
modified, smoothed, polished, or created from scratch, and today it is a
hand-made piece of rolling sculpture that merely looks like a '56 Ford. The
fenders have been smoothed, the hood and roof elaborately sectioned and
welded back together to create a flatter profile, and details like the
fender lips have been tweaked to make it unlike anything else you've ever
seen before. Other details include a custom made bed that's three inches
wider and three inches shorter than a stocker. Of course, fit and finish
are as perfect as such things can be, with thousands of hours tied up just
in getting the body to fit as precisely as possible.
Then there's the paint, which is a subtle two-tone green that will never go
out of fashion. In thirty years, this truck will still look as stunning as
it does today, which is a tribute to the builder's taste as much as his
skill. There are, of course, no ripples or signs of orange peel in the
paint, which has been massaged, polished, and buffed to a stunning shine
that is distortion-free no matter where you look, even in the door jambs
and under the hood. And while the bed is still wood like it was originally,
it is now made of exotic South African Lace wood stained a wonderful
mahogany color and detailed with stainless steel rub strips.
Power comes from a General Motors Performance Parts 454 cubic inch big
block V8, which cranks out a towering 425 horsepower. Thanks to a set
of custom-made valve covers featuring emblems inspired by the original Ford
pieces, and a trick intake shroud, it looks completely custom. All the
wiring and plumbing has been artfully hidden and tucked out of sight, and
even things like the welds on the radiator are precise enough to survive
close scrutiny. Plenty of engineering went into the build, so it runs and
drives as you would expect, with a ferocious wallop of torque and a
rumbling idle. If you just have to drive it, you certainly can and without
worries about its roadworthiness.
More hand-fabricated components live underneath, thanks to a Fatman
Fabrications frame with a Mustang II independent front
suspension and rack-and-pinion steering. Out back, a traditional four-link
holds the Ford 9-inch rear off the ground, and the 3.70 gears inside give
it plenty of bit off the line without making cruising a chore. A built
700R4 4-speed automatic handles gear changes, and the overdrive allows it
to loaf along at highway speeds. Airbags at all four corners allow ride
height to be adjusted on the fly without affecting ride quality, and it
glides along the pavement like a hovercraft. Disc brakes with cross-drilled
rotors have been fitted at all four corners, and are visible through the
spokes of the custom-made 20-inch Budnik GTX wheels wearing low-profile
Climb inside and you'll easily forget that this was once a pickup truck, as
the custom made green leather interior wraps around you and your passenger.
There's not a single production part left inside, and even the 2006 Nissan
Altima gauges were custom modified just for this truck. Beautifully
stitched seats, door panels, and even floor mats create a unified theme,
and you'll note that the paint job details even wrap around the door frames
and continue inside the truck. A custom center console with a waterfall
effect between the seats was fabricated, and houses the shifter and
controls for the Vintage Air A/C system. I think you'll agree that calling
this art is not an exaggeration.
So is this 1956 Ford F100 art? Well, it's certainly more than just a truck.
It takes more than cubic dollars to build a vehicle of this caliber
(although that's definitely a primary ingredient), it also takes vision,
time, skill, talent, and dedicationPeople pay millions for art to hang on
their walls, surely this piece of art that stands in your garage is worth
it, too. Call, click, or visit http://www.RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more
information on this truly remarkable machine.