Video Description

Here we look closer at the Museum's 1971 Plymouth GTX 440. From 1968 to 1971, the GTX was a standalone model and was the premier muscle car offered by Plymouth. In 1971, the "B-Body" underwent a serious transformation with its "fuselage style" body and one-piece front bumper. Two different 440 engines were available, along with the Hemi 426. Despite all these changes, only 2,942 were built, and the model would be canceled in 1972.


Our car is a 440 Six-Barrel powered car paired with an automatic transmission. It was well-optioned, with an air grabber hood, power windows, and the sure-grip differential. In this video, AMCM's Ed Dedick covers our Dark Bronze Metallic car and the model's history.