LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1967 Plymouth GTX Hemi
The desire for eye-catching appearance was often as important as the power beneath the hood in the American muscle-car era, and this 1967 Hemi GTX certainly has both attributes. It was the first season for this noteworthy Plymouth performance model, a street stormer which offered upscale standard equipment and an array of possible color combinations and options. Beneath the special GTX hood with its twinned scoop renderings is the King Kong of the street, Chrysler’s NASCAR-bred 426 Hemi engine. Little needs to be said about its prowess. Capable of instantly turning the rear tires into pavement crayons with a howl, this Hemi has dual 4-barrel carburetors, dual exhaust, 10.25 compression and a race-engineered bottom end. There were Hemi suspension upgrades, and this car comes with both power steering and power brakes to assist when you are done accelerating. The exterior features the discreet midyear HEMI front fender tags, GTX emblems, centered hood ornament, chrome exhaust tips and pit-stop-style flip-open gas cap.
Offered here is a true J-code Hemi Plymouth GTX that was one of only 45 examples constructed with the more brutal 4-speed driveline that year. Factory ordered in the stunning “TW2” two tone paint scheme White/copper complemented by the “P6K” Copper interior makes this one unique combination. The beautiful interior has optional bucket seats and AM push button. Under the hood is the 426/425 HP Hemi engine featuring the chrome air-cleaner over twin Carter AFB carburetors. This is backed by the A833 4-speed transmission and a Sure Grip Dana 60 differential. The car wears correct Magnum 500 wheels with radial redline tires and features the trademark paired hood accents all GTX models received as well as the simple chrome HEMI ‘warnings’ (to the guy at the stoplight) on the front quarters and deck-lid edge.
Beyond that, almost as important today is ample provenance to a car’s production origins, and with this vehicle, that includes factory broadcast sheet, original Certi-Card and restoration photos. With the paperwork to back up its heritage, this hard-edged Hemi hardtop is an exquisite package for somebody who still wants to have it all.