440-auto- A/C - PROJECT CAR- newly rebuilt engine and trans. complete car

1970 Plymouth GTX for sale in Beulah, Colorado, United States

Condition: Used
Item location: Beulah, Colorado, United States
Make: Plymouth
Model: GTX
Type: Coupe
Year: 1970
Mileage: 0000000
VIN: RS23U0G106774
Color: dark green metallic - EF8
Engine size: 440 cu. in. - 4 bbl - 375 HP
Number of cylinders: 8
Power options: Air Conditioning
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Green- P6F8
Options: A/C
Vehicle Title: Clean
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Description for Plymouth GTX 1970

Survivor- needs total restoration. Original Engine and original transmission totally rebuilt-zero miles. Car is complete with many extra parts.
Has installed: new shocks, new ball joints, fresh brakes, new wheel cylinders, new fuel tank and fuel lines, new front wheel bearings, new rear axle bearings, new u-joints. Rear end is 489 housing -8-3/4"- open-not sure-grip- 3.23 ratio.
Make no mistake this is a project car; body has plenty of rust and will need most floors, trunk pan, roof skin, rockers, and some fender patch panels. Plus the usual widow channel problems. Hood and deck lid are good. Front glass badly scored-rear glass fair /with extra. Interior will need total rehab, but all seats are rebuildable. Console is complete, but plastic shell is broken. bumpers need re-chrome.

Fender Tag:
VGY-26-ENDH51-J25-L31-M21-M31-R11V1F-A01-H04-C16-C55-G33 I do not have build sheet
Parts included: 2 extra carbs; Original dual point distributor; new wheel well moldings in pkg; extra exhaust tips; extra instrument cluster; extra heat-a/c air box; all original a/c components that were removed, plus extra air vent hoses and grill parts; OEM Magnum500 wheels (some rust) with Stainless trim rings; new badges; original HP exhaust manifolds (has headers now); extra tail light assemblies R&L;Plus many more parts.
Motor: bored +.040 crank ground-.010 - purple shaft cam and hyd, lifters; adjustable rockers; oversize SS valves;New Mopar HP valve springs; no hardened seats; line bored & decked. high volume oil pump; roller timing set; TRW forged pistons; Federal Mogul bearings; ARP rod bolts. Mopar Orange box electronic ignition and distributor. Carter AFB carb. rebuild was designed to run on 93 pump gas.

Transmission: TF-727 rebuilt with TCI Super Kit and Shift Kit. 10-3/4" Torque Converter w/ drain plug- 2800-3000 rpm stall.

I have owned this car for 21 years but I don't feel like I have the metalworking skills or the time to properly restore this car. I bought it from a guy who qwned it for 9 years and never touched it. So this car has been waiting 30 years for YOU to save it. I decided that a full restoration would be easier for the buyer if I didn't butcher it first. This is a rare opportunity to own and restore a totally original 1970 muscle car. I have more photos and will take more if needed to answer ? " Mopar or no car"
Reasonable offers will be considered.

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