Plymouth GTX

 
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1967 GTX
Plymouth had been in the performance game for years, though it typically came in the form of options buyers could add. The company even beat everyone to the punch and put out the first pony car, the Barracuda, about...
 
 
1968 GTX
Since the GTX had been introduced in 1967 and was based on the Belvedere line, it underwent the same styling changes every car based on the Belvedere did in 1968. And it remained the top performance and luxury model...
 
 
1969 GTX
After seeing sales for the GTX improve for 1968 over the car’s initial 1967 production year, Plymouth left the car basically the same for the 1969 model year. But instead of following the trend, sales dropped in 1969 from...
 
 
1970 GTX
When Plymouth introduced the GTX in 1967, it was marketed as the “gentleman’s” sports car. It was based on the Belvedere and designed to be the top of that line in terms of both performance and luxury. By 1970,...
 
 
1971 GTX
Plymouth had been producing very powerful cars for decades, but these were usually built through options packages. So when the company decided to build a muscle car, they decided to pull out all the stops. Introduced in 1967 and...
 
 
 
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