Last Factory Track Pak: 1972 Plymouth GTX 440

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This 1972 Plymouth GTX is claimed to be the last factory Track Pak car produced by Plymouth. The car was manufactured on July 11, 1972 and equipped with a 440 cubic inch V8 and 4-speed manual transmission. The GTX is bone stock and 100% numbers matching. It is listed here on eBay with one day remaining in the auction. The Plymouth resides in a garage in Tampa, Florida. The VIN for the car is RM23U2R359984. The GTX was a Buy It Now Price of $75,000 but it was also listed for bids. Currently, the bids have reached $53,100 but the reserve is not met.

The car was sold new at Dick Green Chrysler/Plymouth. The seller states that the car has only been driven 35,537 miles over its 49-year life. The car appears to be in excellent condition and the ad includes pictures of the interior, exterior, and undercarriage. The carpet has been replaced but the rest of the interior is said to be original. Unfortunately, there are no pictures of the massive big block Mopar engine. The black interior is fairly plain and the front bench seat folds forward to access the back seat. There are no pictures of the floor-shifted 4-speed manual transmission but you can see 3 pedals under the dash.

The car is painted a beautiful HT8 Chestnut Metallic brown with black decals. The car was repainted once in 1982. It is equipped with an air grabber hood (N96). The deck lid and performance stripes (V21 & V25) look awesome. I have also liked these fuselage body-style Plymouths. Both the Road Runner and GTX are simple but gorgeous. It is a factory radio delete car which makes it all the easier to listen to all 440 cubic inches of V8 power as you row through the gears. The car is equipped with its original Dana 60 3:54 Sure Grip rear end.

This is obviously a rare car that is in excellent condition. The seller states that it has had 2 owners but in another place says it is a one-owner car. The GTX even rides on its original Goodyear Polyglass G-60×15 tires. The 440 cubic inch V8 engine was rated at 370 horsepower and should be a fun car to drive.

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  1. Terrry

    Too many question marks for my taste. The LAST one? Maybe one of the last ones. I’d want proof that this was in fact the last one off the line. Why no engine pictures when this car is worth so much? It’s being sold out of Tampa Fl., but is in Oklahoma? “Be careful folks”, is all I can say.

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    • Tony Primo

      Very scary stuff boys and girls!

      Like 10
  2. Connecticut Mark

    New rug , new paint, no engine photos, but runs on original tires? Weird.

    Like 9
  3. BoatmanMember

    Now hold on a minute! Factory Track-Pak 440 car with drum brakes?!

    Like 9
  4. Raymond

    Wtf are those brake light thinys on the trunk?

    Like 1
  5. RMac

    LOL I believe those brake light thinned on the trunk are known as reflections in the paint of something on the ceiling

    Like 9
  6. David Fetty

    “LAST factory performance car”… guess he forgot that 73 and 74 ALSO had the GTX option on the Road Runner, and is leaps more scarce than the 72. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve had 2 71’s and I love the cars, but there’s quite a few wrong items listed in this listing. 370 horse? Sorry, there was a compression drop and a NET rating of HP, IIRC, it was 225 net. It STILL felt good, and with a few changes it could easily go over 400, but you need to bump compression. It really is a nice car, but there’s a lot of “My uncle billy told me it was…” type information there.

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  7. Ike Onick

    “Last One” all over the ad but no mention of proof. Big deal.

    Like 5
  8. Mike

    Description states “ONE OWNER!” then scroll down and it says “Car is a two owner car”

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  9. Will Fox

    More questions than answers on this one. Hope the seller has proof of being the “Last” track pack 440 built; any buyer who knows what this is will want that. Otherwise, GLWTA!

    Like 1
  10. B302

    “The car is painted a beautiful HT8 Chestnut Metallic brown”
    Beautiful Brown Car is a falsity, especially a Road Runner.
    Please google “aero warriors reunion 2019”, you will see colors, not tones or shades.

    Like 1
  11. Bick Banter

    $56,100 for a brown 1972 Roadrunner. Wow. Some have much money on their hands!

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  12. Yooper Mike

    Roadrunner/ GTX ? I thought they were both their own models.

    Like 0
  13. Lamadogg

    If you can’t even place the side road runner emblems and decal in their correct location, I suspect there are other ‘surprises’ to be discovered.

    Like 1

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