1970 Plymouth GTX 440-6 Pack PLEASE CONTACT

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Description

1970 Plymouth GTX 440-6 Pack. Jamaica blue (B7) with black interior. 440-6 Pack engine (NOM). 727 torqueflite, 8.75 sure-grip rear end with 3.55 gears. 15 x 12 steelies with Plymouth dog dish. Real V-Code.

Additional information

There were 768 V-Code GTX made in 1970; 325 of which had an automatic transmission.

As we could find out, this GTX was a race car for most of its life and was last raced in Florida.

It came to Canada as such in 2005 and was then sold to the last owner in Alberta in 2011 with a cracked block (of which he was aware).

A significant rebuilt was undertaken.

We have many thousands of dollars of receipts that came with the car for the following items (amongst other things):

Complete engine rebuilt – pistons-rings-rod bearings-main bearing-cam (purple) –lifters- timing chain-oil pump.

Block (HP block) was magnafluxed and machined-crank was polished etc…;

Transmission rebuilt with all new parts, new torque converter, stage 2 shift kit etc…;

New front end bushings new brake calipers, brake line and booster;

New Moser sure grip with new Richmond axels.

New gas tank.

Numerous new interior parts including gauges, console and shifter, heater box (rebuilt) seat belts, door panels, radio.

New spoiler.

New parts for air grabber.

Many more new parts.

When we got this GTX we brought it to our mechanic for finishing and to make sure everything worked and the car was complete.

There were a few minor things such as the air grabber actuator, the horn assembly in the steering wheel, hand brake and a few lights that needed to be addressed.

We then brought it to the body shop mainly for two things:

Paint the performance treatment on the hood (not original to the car).

Also as a race car the GTX had been mini-tubbed and this was really a ¨for racing¨ execution. We did not like the look of it. We had the whole tubbing of the rear fenders redone (now it looks like the car came out of the factory like this) and changed part of the trunk pan.

A few other minor metal issues were also addressed.

As a finishing touch to honor the race car heritage we had some 15X12 steelies custom made for the car by the Mopar dude (www.themopardude.com). Put a couple of MT 325 drag radials on those wheels and the rear fenders are now well full with a great look to boost.

The interior is in excellent condition as most of it is new. Dash gauges,console,seats etc..all excellent.

Chrome is also in very good condition.

Undercarriage is in very good condition no rust, undercoated and no visible patched.

VIN-Fender tag-passenger trunk lip, door sticker all match. There are no visible numbers on the rad support.

The Magnaflow mufflers give it a really mean sound.

Lots of dollars were invested to bring this GTX back to where it is now. We have driven the car over 400 miles it is now troubles free MOPAR.

Vehicle Specifications

  • YEAR: 1970
  • CAR MAKE: PLYMOUTH
  • CAR MODEL: GTX
  • ENGINE: 440 C.I. 6-PACK
  • TRANSMISSION: AUTOMATIC
  • FRONT BRAKES: DISCS
  • REAR BRAKES: DRUMS
  • WHEELS: 15 INCH STEEL WHEELS
  • HEADERS/MANIFOLDS: TTI HEADERS
  • EXHAUST: DUAL EXHAUST
  • EXTERIOR COLOR: JAMAICA BLUE (B-7)
  • INTERIOR COLOR: BLACK

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