Dad’s Show Car: 1967 Plymouth GTX

Plymouth introduced the GTX in 1967 as an upscale, mid-size muscle car a year before the budget-minded Road Runner. Using the Satellite’s body and trim level, the GTX was around for five model years. It came standard with a… more»

Joe Dirt Style? 1968 Plymouth GTX 440

The GTX was Plymouth’s upscale mid-size performance car from 1967-71. It arrived a year earlier than the budget-minded Road Runner, which would eventually outsell the GTX by several multiples. A 440 cubic inch V8 and automatic transmission were standard… more»

1970 Plymouth GTX 440 Barn Find

The GTX was Plymouth’s upscale mid-size performance automobile, arriving on the muscle car scene a year before the popular Road Runner. Sales were fewer compared to its more budget-oriented cousin, so the GTX was produced as a standalone model… more»

One Of Two! 2009 Devon V-10 GTX

Continuing in that vein of featuring cars that I have never heard of, and believe me, it’s many, today we have a 2009 Devon GTX that is one of only two ever produced. The listing initially states it as… more»

Upscale B-Body: 1970 Plymouth GTX

Although it shares many of the same components with a Road Runner, you won’t find Road Runner badges on a 1970 Plymouth GTX.  While the Road Runner was Plymouth’s mousetrap to catch young muscle car enthusiasts who wanted to… more»

Yesterday Meets Today: Modified Mopar Collection

Most collectors tend to migrate toward a particular manufacturer, type, or era of automobile. Like muscle cars, pony cars, or Tri-Five Chevies. In this case, the seller has amassed several Mopars that look like one thing on the outside… more»

Upscale Muscle Car Project: 1970 Plymouth GTX

The GTX debuted in 1967 as an upscale muscle car based on the mid-size Plymouth Belvedere. It beat the Road Runner to market by a year but was outsold by the latter because of its appeal to a more… more»

1 of 453: 1972 Plymouth Road Runner GTX

Plymouth fielded two mid-size muscle cars in the late 1960s. The Road Runner was for the budget-minded and the options list was short, while the GTX was an upscale edition for those wanting some creature comforts along with speed…. more»

Museum Find: 1969 Plymouth GTX 440

UPDATE 08/10/2021: It seems that the owner of this immaculate 1969 Plymouth GTX 440 had no luck selling it last time, so he has taken an unusual approach on his second attempt to find himself a buyer. Last time,… more»

2,132 Miles: 1968 Plymouth GTX

When Plymouth introduced the GTX in 1967, it was often referred to as a “gentleman’s hot rod” because of all the luxury and trim options available.  It came standard with lots of performance goodies including a 440 cubic inch… more»

Last Factory Track Pak: 1972 Plymouth GTX 440

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… more»

Ready To Drive! 1970 Plymouth GTX 440

Restored in 2008, this shiny 1970 Plymouth GTX in Hawthorne, New Jersey needs nothing except a new owner to twist the key and stomp the gas. This highly correct Plymouth comes to market right here on Barn Finds Classifieds,… more»

UPDATE: 1968 Plymouth GTX 440

UPDATE 08/12/2021: It appears that the owner of this 1968 Plymouth GTX may have been the victim of a non-paying buyer. The previous listing for this classic shows that it sold for $26,850 after receiving 34 bids. However, it… more»

Factory Hi-Po 440: 1968 Plymouth GTX

Plymouth first used the GTX name tag in 1967, one year prior to introducing the Road Runner, and when the 1968 model GTX came along it was based on the new B-body Road Runner and sometimes referred to as… more»

Original 440 V8: 1968 Plymouth GTX

Plymouth recognized that while many people were passionate about their desire to own a muscle car, a group of individuals craved this level of performance with a touch of luxury. It was out of this thinking that the GTX… more»

383/4-Speed: 1967 Plymouth Belvedere

For many classic car enthusiasts, one of the questions to answer when planning to restore a car is whether to make it show quality or driver quality. This car has received many upgrades to the mechanics and interior, but… more»