The Plymouth GTX first came into being as a Belvedere GTX in 1967 with more luxurious features than the average muscle car. The GTX ticks all the boxes for being a bona fide muscle car, squared off muscular stance, nothing worse than a 440ci. V8 and a car equally at home doing the grocery run or the dragstrip.
This example comes from a private collector with the engine being upgraded to a six pack and the carbs being rebuilt and still has a hurst 4 speed shifter. Its clearly in fantastic condition but no mention of if it has been restored or not. The GTX had luxury features a cut above its equivalent Road Runner the Coronet and they’re all in great condition in this car.
For a car that was traditionally prone to rust, this one is in fantastic shape is reflected in the asking price of $32,000.00. If you want a classic muscle car with all the hallmarks needed, you can’t go wrong with the GTX. There maybe room for negotiation in the price, but it’s probably about right for this B-body classic.