Classic Car Archive Specs, Facts, & History
The 1970 Plymouth GTX offered smoother lines with restyled front fenders and a new bulging scooped hood.
Still featuring much of the standard equipment as the Road Runner, the 70’ GTX dropped the Convertible model option.But few cars turn your head as quickly as a 70 Plymouth B-Body. The lines are great, the presence is unmistakable, the option combinations can be nothing short of amazing and they just look so damn good. GTXs are at the top of Plymouths muscle food chain, they were lightweight, sleek and full of raw power just waiting to be unleashed bostering a little swag inside with its luxurious interior.
|Engine||0 to 60 MPH||Quarter Mile||Source|
|440 Ci||6.5 sec||15.2 sec @ 97 mph||Musclecarclub.com|
|426 HEMI||5.0 sec||13.5 sec @ 105 mph||Musclecarclub.com|
|440 V8||440 Ci||1x4bbl||375 hp @ 4600||480 lb-ft @ 3200|
|426 HEMI||426 Ci||2x4 bbl||425 hp @ 5000||490 lb-ft @ 4900|
Ask GTX expert Richard Ehrenberg