Clean 1970 Plymouth GTX 440 V8 Test Drive, Power and Sound

Beautiful 1970 Plymouth GTX 440 – Muscle Car Review

Today in our story we have a gorgeous example of a 1970 Plymouth GTX that impresses with laser straight B-body, concourse quality paint job, perfect chrome and trim and beautiful upholstery.

This 1970 Plymouth GTX hardtop is finished in Burnt Orange over black and powered by a replacement 440ci V8 paired with a four-speed manual transmission and Dana 60 rear axle.

Features include front bucket seats, fog lamps, hood pins, the A33 Track Pak option, an Air-Grabber hood, painted hood stripes, reflective vinyl side stripes, a Hurst Pistol-Grip Shifter with a wood knob, a dual exhaust system, and 15″ Magnum 500 wheels.

The only missing thing on this 1970 Plymouth GTX is a manual tranny with Pistol Grip shifter as I’m sure no Mopar purist will prefer the column-shifted automatic but anyway this is a pristine American muscle car in great condition overall.

Watch the video of this beauty below:

 

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