Benefiting from a very well-preserved, concours-quality restoration, this 1967 Plymouth Belvedere GTX remains true to its original factory appearance and specifications. According to the Fender Tag Decoding Report from Mopar expert Galen Govier, original features and options in addition to its 375-horsepower 440 Super Commando V-8 engine and Torqueflite automatic transmission included a 3.23:1 Sure Grip 8.75-inch rear axle, power-assisted drum brakes, power steering, plus a heavy-duty 26-inch radiator. Other factory-specified features include a Music Master AM radio with rear speaker, console-mounted tachometer, 150-mph speedometer, tinted windshield, and full vinyl roof covering. Copies of early title documents confirm it was first owned in Texas until 1973. Finished in factory-specified Dark Red paint, the GTX is accented by a full black vinyl roof covering plus black sport stripes, a left-hand chrome mirror with remote adjustment, correct and complete badges, and an excellent grille, cast rear panel, body sill moldings, racing-style fuel filler cap, and chrome dual exhaust tips. The interior features excellent and properly fitted black Premium upholstery with front bucket seats. The paint finish remains show quality, chrome and trim are excellent and the underside of the body, suspension, and mechanicals are all restored, correct, and in show-ready condition. Side windows are correctly scripted OEM “Chrysler Safeguard’ tempered items." The 440 Super Commando engine features a full array of factory components, finishes, and details, with the surrounding engine compartment finished and detailed to match. The trunk compartment is restored to match the rest of the car with a correct floor mat and a spare wheel/tire and roadside jack are in place. Correct Magnum ‘500’ wheels mount redline radial tires. Documents include the aforementioned Fender Tag Decoding Report by Galen Govier, plus copies of prior American title/registration documents and a full-color 1967 Plymouth Belvedere dealer brochure. A true example of American muscle car royalty from the first model year. Appraised value of $110,000. WE WILL TAKE ANYTHING IN ON TRADE! CONTACT OWNER Larry@groganclassics.com
Benefiting from a very well-preserved, concours-quality restoration, this 1967 Plymouth Belvedere GTX remains true to its original factory appearance and specifications. According to the Fender Tag Decoding Report from Mopar expert Galen Govier, original features and
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