1971 PLYMOUTH HEMI GTX SUNROOF

Lot #R232
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  • The most expensive Hemi car ever produced
  • The most highly optioned GTX ever produced
  • $6,592.75, more expensive than a Cadillac Coupe Deville in 1971
  • Unrestored with 49,416 miles
  • Original Bahama Yellow paint
  • Black vinyl top and premium houndstooth interior
  • 1 of 2 Hemi GTXs built with factory sunroof
  • 426/425 HP Hemi V-8 engine
  • 4-speed transmission with Pistol Grip shifter
  • Super Track Pack 4.10 gears
  • Power steering, brakes and windows
  • Inside hood release, light package
  • Rear window defogger, tinted glass
  • Air grabber hood with tie down pins
  • Bucket seats with console
  • Heater with Strato-Vent option
  • Rim blow steering wheel
  • Front and rear spoilers, sport mirrors
  • Fender mounted turn signals
  • Dual exhaust with chrome tips
  • AM/FM stereo with 8-track and Dictaphone
  • Driver aid group with seatbelt and low fuel light
  • Belt, sill and drip rail moldings
  • Day Two Cragar wheels, Mallory distributor with Rev Limiter, headers, chrome air cleaner, valve covers, fan and master cylinder cover
  • Goodyear Polyglas tires
  • The original owner, Sergeant Larry Dickson was a highly decorated Vietnam Veteran who owned and pampered the car until his death it became part of the Wellborn Collection in 2005