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1970 PLYMOUTH GTX

Winning Bid:
$55,000

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1970 PLYMOUTH GTX

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1970 PLYMOUTH GTX

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1970 PLYMOUTH GTX

High Bidder:  Delmar

Winning Bid: $55,000 (USD)

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Location:

Mooresville, North Carolina 28117

Seller:

Dealer

Engine:

440ci V8

Transmission:

Automatic

Odometer:

4,216 (Mi)

Chassis/VIN:

RS23U0G172516

Carfax:

Lot Number:

Winning Bid: $55,000 (USD)

High Bidder:  Delmar

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Location:

Mooresville, North Carolina 28117

Seller:

Dealer

Engine:

440ci V8

Transmission:

Odometer:

4,216 (Mi)

Chassis/VIN:

RS23U0G172516

Carfax:

Lot Number:

35309285

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Vehicle Story

OVERVIEW

This 1970 Plymouth GTX was restored in the late 1990s and is powered by a 1973 440ci V8 backed by an A-727 three-speed automatic transmission. Features include Wilwood power disc brakes, power steering, a Hurst shifter, an Air Grabber hood scoop, and bucket seats. Finished in In-Violet over a black vinyl interior, this GTX is available now and comes from the selling dealer with a clear North Carolina title.

EXTERIOR – FEATURES

During the restoration process, the exterior was refinished in In-Violet. Features include chrome bumpers, hood pins, a matte black hood stripe, an Air Grabber scoop, wheel opening moldings, dual mirrors with a driver-side manual remote, and a rear black-out panel. The selling dealer states the paint shows age-related imperfections.

EXTERIOR - WHEELS AND TIRES

A set of slotted U.S. Mags wheels is wrapped in BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires. The selling dealer states that the tires have a large amount of remaining tread and 2017 date codes.

INTERIOR – FEATURES

The front bucket seats and the rear seat are upholstered in black vinyl with white piping. Features include power steering, power brakes, manual windows, simulated woodgrain accents, an AM radio, and a floor-mounted Hurst Pro-Matic automatic shifter. The selling dealer states that this vehicle does not have rear seat belts.

INTERIOR – GAUGES

A 150-mph speedometer and gauges for the fuel level, coolant temperature, oil pressure, and voltage are located ahead of the driver. An iEquus 8K-rpm tachometer is mounted to the steering column and a set of three Summit Racing Equipment gauges for the oil pressure, coolant temperature, and amps is positioned under the dashboard. The odometer reads 4,216 miles, but the true mileage on this vehicle is unknown.

ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION

Power is provided by a 1973 440ci V8 and backed by an A-727 three-speed automatic transmission. Engine bay features include black cast aluminum valve covers, an aluminum Edelbrock intake manifold, a black open-element air cleaner, and an aluminum radiator. The selling dealer states that the fender tag is not present. A video of the engine running can be seen below.

UNDERCARRIAGE

This St. Louis-built GTX was factory-equipped with an independent front suspension and a solid rear drive axle. A full-length dual exhaust system exits at the rear. Braking is provided by power Wilwood discs.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS

The selling dealer charges a $250 documentation fee in addition to the sale price of the car.

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Comments & Questions

March 28, 2023
08:44 AM

BID: $55,000

March 28, 2023
08:44 AM

AUTOMATIC BID: $48,500

March 27, 2023
05:16 PM

BID: $47,500

March 27, 2023
05:16 PM

AUTOMATIC BID: $47,000

March 27, 2023
10:52 AM

Beautiful GTX! How are the quarters, fender bottoms and rockers? Underneath clean floors, torque boxes ect? Air grabber scoop raise up? Sounds like a real healthy cam, runs on pump gas? Thanks, Scott

March 26, 2023
03:43 AM

BID: $45,500

March 26, 2023
03:42 AM

AUTOMATIC BID: $45,000

March 26, 2023
03:42 AM

BID: $44,500

March 26, 2023
03:42 AM

AUTOMATIC BID: $43,500

March 26, 2023
03:42 AM

BID: $43,000

March 26, 2023
03:42 AM

AUTOMATIC BID: $41,500

March 26, 2023
03:42 AM

BID: $41,000

March 25, 2023
09:34 AM

BID: $39,000

March 25, 2023
09:34 AM

AUTOMATIC BID: $38,500

March 25, 2023
09:28 AM

AUTOMATIC BID: $35,500

March 25, 2023
09:28 AM

BID: $35,000

March 24, 2023
05:37 PM

BID: $23,900

March 21, 2023
07:17 PM

@Shelton – Without a fender tag, we have to turn to what the VIN will tell us. There are a few different things to look at here in the first 5 digits of the VIN (RS23U), the first of which being the 'S' price-class from the VIN. S was typically reserved for top of the line cars, such as a GTX, or a special order vehicle. The second thing to look at is that the VIN designates a 23 body style, which is a hardtop rather than a post car, and there were no GTXs other than hardtops and convertibles. Lastly, the third telling sign is the engine designation from the VIN, which is 'U.' A 'U' designates this car as a factory 440 car. While the Satellite did not have the 440 as an engine option in 1970, the GTX only had the 440 or 426 as engine options. The only similar car that would've been a factory 440 would have been a Road Runner, however Road Runners have a RM23 VIN designation rather than RS23. Combining these pieces of information , one can reasonably conclude that this is a GTX. ...

Thanks for the Clarification.

March 21, 2023
03:25 PM
Seller

@Fantomaxe – What documents if any support this as a true GTX and not a rebadged Sattilite? Thanks ...

Without a fender tag, we have to turn to what the VIN will tell us. There are a few different things to look at here in the first 5 digits of the VIN (RS23U), the first of which being the 'S' price-class from the VIN. S was typically reserved for top of the line cars, such as a GTX, or a special order vehicle. The second thing to look at is that the VIN designates a 23 body style, which is a hardtop rather than a post car, and there were no GTXs other than hardtops and convertibles. Lastly, the third telling sign is the engine designation from the VIN, which is 'U.' A 'U' designates this car as a factory 440 car. While the Satellite did not have the 440 as an engine option in 1970, the GTX only had the 440 or 426 as engine options. The only similar car that would've been a factory 440 would have been a Road Runner, however Road Runners have a RM23 VIN designation rather than RS23. Combining these pieces of information , one can reasonably conclude that this is a GTX.

March 21, 2023
08:18 AM

What documents if any support this as a true GTX and not a rebadged Sattilite? Thanks

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