Check out Mopar Max Magazine for the story behind this 31,000 mile, pretty much original Hemi-powered GTX. More pics after the jump!
Barn Finds located this collection of Mopars for sale on Craigslist. The owner is purging three running projects; a 1969 GTX 440 for $9500, a 1972 Charger 340 for $8500 and a 1972 400 big blocked powered Road Runner, also for $8500. Rust and bondo are present but the owner is open to an offer on all three. More pics after the jump.
Having been with one owner since 1982 allows for a detailed history of this 440 powered GTX. No major repairs or restoration, this B body received quality care when required and has rewarded it owner with a solid and reliable ride. Read about it’s history at MoparMax Magazine. More pics after the jump!
This was recently posted on Facebook by Mopar Rapid Transit. No details on the wreck but it is a good reminder to be careful out there. Lots of idiots on the road and our cars don’t always stop or maneuver quite as well as the new stuff. Hopefully no one got hurt.
The seller says this 1970 440 six barrel GTX is the only one in alpine white with a white interior known to exist. Maybe that’s why it really seems to stand out. Find the details at Hemmings.
The guys over at Hot Rod Magazine are working with Intellichoice’s Real MPG powered by Chevron to get baseline MPG numbers for their 1968 Plymouth GTX. It’s a fairly stock 4-speed car (though it’s running a 800cfm Edelbrock Thunder AVS carb). Just 41,000 miles on the odometer. Guess what the MPG is and then check your answer (and see more pics) after the jump!
With 800 horsepower you probably are gonna want that rollbar. But the pink? Well, if you are going to go over the top, I guess you might as well go WAY OVER THE TOP. Price is set at $58,995. What do you think? More pics and eBay auction text with the specs on this wild build after the jump!
This is one sick GTX! A 530 Hemi with a 12-71 blower, 727 with a trans brake, reverse shift manual valve body, 1200hp with 1050 fp of torque, a full custom chassis, tubbed motorized flip up front end with a reported $250,000 invested. Sounds like one heck of a deal at $53,000! See it on eBay. More pics after the jump!