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Before enthusiasts started restoring them to factory (or day two) condition, you couldn’t swing a dead cat without hitting a modified muscle car. Engine swaps, transmission swaps, hood scoops, tape decks, it was all fair game, and Mopars seemed more susceptible to modifications than most muscle cars. But some made it through that time intact and remain just as they were first built, including, apparently, this 1967 Plymouth GTX for sale on Hemmings.com, saved no doubt due to the fact that it was a rather expensive car when new. From the seller’s description:
1967 Plymouth GTX, original 440 automatic, all numbers match, spotless white interior, center console, rare AM/FM option, new wheels and tires. A great car to drive to the weekend cruise or show.
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