You Probably Haven’t Even Heard Of These 5 Exceptional Classic Muscle Cars!

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Plymouth GTX

GTX which stands for The Grand Turismo Exterminator deserves more attention in muscle car history than it had had. It is a model which was based on the same platform as the Coronet or the Roadrunner, but with a little bit more luxury in its line.
Plymouth GTX American Clasic Cars
It had the standard of 375 HP. Nearly all the possible, achievable and available creature comforts were installed because Plymouth wanted GTX to challenge and fight against other luxury cars. The distinction from the rest of the GTX model line up was made by adding a special trim on the outside. All the options of a hot rod were included, wonderful inside and outside features and magnificent specific aspects, and only one possible and alternative engine choice – the powerful, mighty 426 Hemi, which was more than the 440 Magnum, the standard engine. Even though it was quite more expensive than the other Mopar muscle cars in the listing, the GTX wwas not popular and it is hard to find today.
Plymouth GTX American Beast Car
At the beginning of the 70s muscle cars started to lose power and torque figures and that is the reason why Plymouth terminated the production of GTX in 1971. This kept it from degradation and ba reputation. Exactly this is ’71 GTX is the last of its class and a brilliant muscle car worth a recognition and respect.
Plymouth GTX American Muscle Cars

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