With a production date of July 6, 1967, this is a very nice example of a well-preserved 1967 GTX. Equipped with its original equipment 375 horsepower 440 cid “Super Commando” V8 driven approximately 2000 miles since being rebuilt.
Fender tag decoding indicates that this car is presented as it left the factory in its factory code PP1 Bright Red exterior paint, dark red interior paint and white vinyl bucket seats with console and factory tachometer.
Also equipped as it was from the factory with a 26 inch high capacity radiator, dual exhaust, torque flight 3 speed transmission, 3.23:1 “sure grip” axle, Music Master AM radio, “quick fill” fuel cap, power steering and power brakes.
This GTX retains all of its original glass, refurbished factory hubcaps, and is equipped with new Firestone F70-14 red line tires.
Owned by a previous owner for over twenty-five years, this unmolested Mopar is considered by many to be a true time capsule and a great example of a very original car.