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AUCTION: This Weathered 1967 Plymouth GTX Packs Monster 472 HEMI Power

Ray Barton Racing Engine 472 HEMI Under The Hood Of The Mopar...

Known as the “gentleman’s muscle car”, the Belvedere GTX was the Plymouth brand’s midsized premium offering from 1967 to 1971. Although the GTX nameplate only ran over a 5-year period, it was featured on 3 generations of the famed B-Body muscle car.

1967 Plymouth GTX 472 HEMI. (Bring A Trailer).

Painted in Dark Green Metallic (GG1) this modified 1967 Plymouth Belvedere GTX, the car shows areas of different shades of green along with paint weathering, cracks, scratches, and dings. The paint is highlighted with a black-finished hood with dual hood scoops, yellow inner lights, chrome bumpers and trim, and dual exhaust outlets.

1967 Plymouth GTX 472 HEMI. (Bring A Trailer).

Rebuilt by Ray Barton Racing Engines in 2020, the 472 HEMI features a Holley Sniper dual-quad 4150 EFI unit, an Edlebrock single plane intake manifold, a Hyperspark distributor and ignition coil, Russell AN-6 fittings and hoses, a rebuilt three-core radiator, a McLeod Racing twin-disc clutch, and a Marshall fuel pressure regulator. Work carried out in anticipation of the sale consisted of replacing the power steering line and spark plugs.

The HEMI is said to put down 490 horsepower at the crank.

1967 Plymouth GTX 472 HEMI. (Bring A Trailer).

The car is also fitted with a Dana 60 rear end, 15-inch wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich Radial T/A rubber, front disc brakes, KYB shocks, Hotchkiss suspension components, a McLeod Racing twin-disc clutch, and a TCI headers and electric cutouts before the mufflers.

1967 Plymouth GTX 472 HEMI. (Bring A Trailer).

Inside, the cabin is trimmed in black and the front bucket seats and rear bench have been reupholstered in vinyl. The headliner has also been replaced, and additional features include vent windows, a Hurst shifter with a cue ball knob, and an AM radio. The center console and glove box liner were also previously replaced.

1967 Plymouth GTX 472 HEMI. (Bring A Trailer).

An aftermarket tachometer is mounted to the steering column, and a Stewart-Warner oil pressure gauge is mounted under the dash. The 5-digit odometer says the car has just under 3,000 miles on it, however, the total mileage of the car is unknown.

1967 Plymouth GTX 472 HEMI. (Bring A Trailer).

According to the original vehicle fender tag, the car came from the factory with the following:

  • Center Console (A6)
  • Rear Armrest with Ashtray (B5)
  • Narrow Sill Molding (J4)
  • Special-Order Car (U1)
  • 26-Inch Radiator (A1)
  • Cleaner Air Package (E1)
  • GTX Model (F5)
  • AM Radio (R1)
  • Air Conditioning (S1)
  • Tachometer (T7)
  • Tinted Windshield (X1)
  • Sure-Grip Rear Axle (68)
  • Premium Black Vinyl Bucket Seats (P6X)
  • Dark Green Metallic (GG1)
  • GTX 2-Door Hardtop (RS23)
  • 440ci 4-BBL V8 (83)
  • Floor-Mounted 4-Speed Manual (3)
  • 14-Inch x 7.75-Inch White Streak Tires (485)
  • Car was built on February 2nd (202)
1967 Plymouth GTX 472 HEMI. (Bring A Trailer).

The car is a perfect blend of genuine original and weathered Mopar metal, but packing monster HEMI power. It will remain listed on BringATrailer.com until Tuesday, January 17th, 2023 at 5:10 p.m. EST. 

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Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only a Co-Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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AUCTION: This Weathered 1967 Plymouth GTX Packs Monster 472 HEMI Power​

Ray Barton Racing Engine 472 HEMI Under The Hood Of The Mopar...​

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Known as the “gentleman’s muscle car”, the Belvedere GTX was the Plymouth brand’s midsized premium offering from 1967 to 1971. Although the GTX nameplate only ran over a 5-year period, it was featured on 3 generations of the famed B-Body muscle car.

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