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1971 Plymouth GTX



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1971 Plymouth




Engine Size
440 Super Commando V8
3 Speed Automatic
68,834 (Unknown)
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Black-on-black and all the proper muscle car trimmings already make this 1971 Plymouth GTX attractive. But then you check out the details like big V8, sinister-like yellow headlights, racing seats, and serious rarity, and soon you realize this is one of those Mopars that everyone will talk about long after you've driven away. Not to mention, this car looks almost exactly like the GTX driven by Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) in the latest Fast and the Furious franchise movie, "Fate of the Furious"!

Black is beautiful. That's why this one was switched over from a 'see-you-coming green' to a much stealthier hue. Even the bumpers (easily changed back to chrome if desired) and spoiler were dipped black to truly give this one a more sinister appearance. The GTX was given its new fuselage styling in '71, which hid the front end behind the now-blacked out bumper surround. The effect makes the headlights look like a criminal trying to hide his face in a hoodie. And with the addition of the yellow inboard headlights, this machine radiates pure evil on the streets – day or night. So pulling up behind someone at a stoplight definitely makes for a sight in their rear view mirror. In fact, the only parts of this exterior that aren't black are the extra aggressive pieces, like the Halibrand-style wheels, hood pins, and the bold red GTX script on the trunklid. Of course, there's no missing the side stripes that run down the front fender and draw even more attention to the optional Performance Hood. All of this describes why you want this car, but its rarity is going to be why you value this coupe, too. Remember that the GTX was Plymouth's most expensive midsize for 1971. Not many people were willing to spend the extra money, so the fact that this is one of less than 3,000 produced will always make it a standout that gets rarer every day.

The interior is just as fashionably dark as the exterior. The doors, carpet, headliner, and dash all keep the midnight theme going. But as a premium GTX, there is also some nice wood paneling surrounding the gauges, in front of the passenger, and on the doors. This presentation is exactly what you like if you're a fan of Mopar originality. It even keeps the AM radio and provisions for factory air conditioning. But there is one place you can spot an obvious modern upgrade. The set of Barbeau Racing seats gives you far better bolstering than factory buckets ever could, and besides, they just look great in the interior of a muscle machine.

Another great feature of the premium GTX was that the 440 Super Commando V8 came standard with the package. So we are quite happy to not only see the correct motor filling the engine bay, but also that its presentation is also quite correct. And while you'll love showing off the Super Commando air topper, beneath that, the Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor helps this V8 inhales better. Plus, we all love the roar a big Mopar V8 makes out of the dual exhaust. But more than just flexing its muscles, this GTX is great on the road, too. The coupe's premium package included a beefier suspension, and that's joined by other upgrades such as power steering, front disc brakes, and the modern grip of Falken performance tires.

Serious rarity and aggressive upgrades are exactly what you want in a Mopar muscle machine. That's why you know a GTX like this, thats modeled after a movie car, won't be waiting for long. Call now!!

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  • Defrost
  • Heat
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Front Disc Brakes
  • Power Brakes
  • Seatbelts (Front)
  • Power Steering
  • AM Radio
  • Air Conditioning
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Exterior Color
Interior Color
Transmission Spec
A727 Torqueflite
Rear End
8 3/4
Front Suspension
Torsion bar
Rear Suspension
Leaf Springs w/ Shocks
Front Brakes
Power Disc
Rear Brakes
Power Drum
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