You’ll find a good daily driver in this 1970 Dodge Charger according to the ad posted by Haggle Me in Michigan. It looks clean in the photographs, where you can see the 440 six pack engine. It’s a “true, restored ‘V’ code,” that’s also been registered in the Mopar Registry.
Though the 1969 440 horsepower engine onboard this 1969 Plymouth GTX isn’t numbers matching, the 4-speed transmission is. See it in Sherburne, New York.
Still showing with the original paint is the 1972 Plymouth Duster 340 listed for sale out of Leesburg, Florida. We’re told that it’s in survivor condition, with an original interior and a numbers matching drivetrain that includes a 340 ci V8 engine and 4-speed transmission. It’s well documented, with 48,000 original miles.
1968 Plymouth Barracuda Convt from Barrington, NH, Fuel-injected HEMI, 5-spd
1972 Plymouth Duster, Streetside Classics, GA, Documented, #s matching, See Video
1970 Plymouth GTX, Gateway Classic Cars, KY, Burnt Orange, 440 Super Commando
The above cars have been SOLD.
You’ll find hundreds more for sale in the Plymouth Section.
See more for sale in the Cars On Line Mopar Muscle Car Section, or watch for Mopars to be listed over the weekend by checking the New Listings page to view ads as they are posted in real time.