The GTX integrates head turning style with top performance. This Plymouth is based on the Belvedere, but with an upgraded suspension. The GTX front and rear fascia is borrowed from the Satellite. Standard equipment for the GTX is the Super Commando 440 engine which is rated at 375 hp (280 kW) or the optional 426 Hemi
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The GTX for ’67 is the same basic car as the Belvedere, but shares its rear fascia with the Satellite, with a unique grill. the “pit stop” fuel filler cap and an added option of the racing stripe package. The GTX is equipped with the TorqueFlite three speed automatic transmission, heavy duty suspension, and
Video of a rare original 1970 Plymouth Superbird. This rare muscle car sat in a dealership for 19 years before being discovered. This Superbird only has 674 original miles and wears its original B5 blue paint. This untouched, unrestored original muscle car is powered by its original 440 Super Commando engine, and is another example
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The Plymouth Barracuda is all new for 1970 and has dropped the fast back on the coupe so all ties with the Valiant are severed and it can now shake the stigma of being an economy car. The new version, coins the moniker of “‘cuda” on all the higher performance models with the name taken