This vehicle is displayed in our San Carlos California Showroom (650) 326-1000.
Here we have a 1968 Plymouth GTX hardtop with near flawless Oak Green Metallic paint over a matching two-tone green interior. Under the hood of this muscle car sits a 440 cubic-inch eight-cylinder engine, dubbed the Super Cammando 440, producing an powerful 375 horsepower. The GTX was a member of Plymouth's Belvedere model line that had all the performance options pre-installed and came equipped with excellent handling due to the leaf springs, modified shocks, ball joins, and torsion bars.
In 1968, the GTX was moved upscale with the addition of the budget Plymouth Road Runner. Both shared the same redesigned Belvedere platform. Styling changes included a new hood design with different non-functional hood vents, a new grille, and revised taillights. In keeping with its upscale image, the GTX was available as either a two door hardtop or convertible, whereas the Road Runner was only available as a pillared coupe. The Road Runner came with a strengthen 383 cid V8 as standard, while the GTX came with the 440 V8 standard.
Performance: 440/375bhp: 0-60 in 6.6 sec, 1/4 mile in 15.2 sec @ 97 mph