Get Up Close and Personal with the Stunning 1967 Plymouth Belvedere GTX 440


Introduced in 1967, the Plymouth GTX was built on one of the most beautiful (in my opinion) B-body Mopar designs.

It came with a few visual changes compared to the Belvedere, plus heavy duty suspension and 440 Super Commando V8 mill rated at 375 horsepower.

For those who wanted to run down the 1/4 mile nearly 2-seconds faster (13.5 compared to 15.2), the 1967 Plymouth GTX was also offered with the mighty 426 HEMI engine.

The beautiful example featured in the video packs a healthy 440 Big Block paired with automatic tranny.

Check out the FACORVETTE video to see this fabulous 1967 Plymouth GTX all the way around.

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