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Old August 11th, 2017, 09:15 AM   #1
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For Sale: 1967 Plymouth GTX Hardtop

This is a genuine and rare 440 – 4 speed RS23L GTX built at the Lynch Road plant and documented with matching fender tag, VIN plate, and broadcast sheet. It is PP-1 yellow with black sport stripes, black vinyl top and black interior. This is one of only 2,486 440 – 4 speed cars built in 1967.
GTX 4-speed models were factory equipped with a 375 HP 440 V8, 11” clutch, “Hemi” A833 transmission, 3.54 Dana rearend with Sure-Grip, HD suspension and brakes, dual exhaust, and upgraded interior with bucket seats. Optional equipment includes power steering, Magnum 500 chrome wheels, and “Buddy Seat” front armrest. This car received a complete, high quality restoration in 2001, the rust-free body is laser straight with basecoat/clearcoat paint, excellent chrome, detailed engine compartment and trunk and spotless interior. Aftermarket R134 air conditioning has been added with underdash outlets and works well in Texas summers.

There are some minor modifications including radial tires, a performance cam, high rise manifold, Edelbrock carburetor, electronic ignition, ECP aluminum radiator, Hurst shifter, and Stewart Warner gauges. Most of these mods are easily reversible if desired and some of the original parts are included.

During my ownership I have greatly enjoyed driving this car and taking it to shows and cruise-ins. It has just under 55,000 miles, starts and drives reliably and is an attention grabber wherever it goes. I have recently had the transmission completely rebuilt and the clutch replaced, and added some cooling system improvements. This car is pretty close to perfect, needs nothing and is ready to enjoy right now.

You can view 150 high-resolution photos plus a detailed fact sheet here:https://www.dropbox.com/sh/6xy0ej1g69j2o3x/AAC_kVQ3JQXT5NlHWq4CjzHGa?dl=0

My asking price is $47,500 USD negotiable. The car is located in McKinney, Texas. Please contact me via PM or E-mail me at [email protected] with any questions.
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Old August 11th, 2017, 09:53 AM   #2
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Sweet Good luck with the sale
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Old August 11th, 2017, 01:24 PM   #3
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What a cool car. Gl with sale.
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Old August 28th, 2017, 09:11 AM   #4
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The price has been reduced to $47,500 negotiable. I have also updated the photos and fact sheets in my Dropbox folder, use the link in my initial post.
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Wish I could do it. For sure it is a car I want. Good Luck
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Old August 28th, 2017, 10:09 AM   #6
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Very cool car! GLWS!
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Old August 28th, 2017, 12:05 PM   #7
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Don, sure is a sweet car. Have you tried the Cowtown Mopar group or the Dallas guys to see if there's any interest? I sold my 63 on racingjunk.com, I think its still free to post.
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Definitely one of my favorite Mopar body styles... Almost purchased a 66 back in the late 60's, but a friend of mine beat me too it... GLWS
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Don, sure is a sweet car. Have you tried the Cowtown Mopar group or the Dallas guys to see if there's any interest? I sold my 63 on racingjunk.com, I think its still free to post.

I'm thinking about taking it to the Southwest Mopar Mini-Nationals show this weekend if the weather cooperates.
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That would also be a lot of fun.
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Old September 1st, 2017, 11:59 AM   #11
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If anyone in North Texas would like to see this car along with a bunch of great Mopars, I'll be here tomorrow. I'm going to have the car judged, never did that before!


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Very Nice !
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Great looking car and I remember my street racing days and yes I raced my 64 Cutlass with a 425 Olds 400 tranny and a W-27 3.91 posi I did race a 67 like it but was a auto and beat him once only. My neighbor has a 69 Road runner 440 4 spd. wants to race me but I have not got my 65 running yet. I do like the square body style like my 65 Cutlass. Good luck in your sale. You might be better off putting it in a auction like Mecum, B/J.
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You might be better off putting it in a auction like Mecum, B/J.
probably NOT, if he's expecting money in the $40Ks!

MECUM has had just five 440 4-spd 1967 GTXs at their auctions in the past ~10 years

$34K NO SALE
$37K NO SALE
$27K NO SALE
$42K SOLD
$27.5K SOLD
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I never could understand why the 66 and 67's are hard to sell.
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I never could understand why the 66 and 67's are hard to sell.
because they can't/don't compete with the '68-'70 b-bodies (Chargers are HOT!)
***** which can't/don't compete with the '70-'71 e-bodies

just like the '68-'69 442s are second class citizens in the Olds world
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I love these cars, especially the 67.
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