In the abandoned garage found a rare 1969 Plymouth GTX convertibleJune 10, 2019
Currently, this retro car is looking for a new owner: he has become one of the “lots” of the online auction.
In the garages around the world very often find cars that fall on all sorts of auctions. This is how about the year ago the 43rd copy of the Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing coupe, which came off the assembly line back in 1954, was discovered. After the restoration, this Mercedes will receive a price tag of one million dollars. Recently it became known that a rare 1969 Plymouth GTX cabriolet was “gathering dust” in an abandoned garage for a long time. Now he was put up for online bidding in Michigan. Over its 50-year history, this cabriolet managed to “run in” only 33,000 kilometers.
For the Plymouth GTX 1969 are going to bail out over 48,600 dollars.
Got up for auction Plymouth GTX – one of the 44 thousand copies of the model, produced in the period from 1966 to 1971 minutes. This retrocar drives a 375-horsepower 440 Super Commando V8 engine with a displacement of 7.2 liters. A pair of him is a three-speed automatic transmission. The first 100 km/h this convertible is accelerate in just 4.8 seconds.
Earlier, the role of the auction lot tried on the oldest in the world Porsche Type 64. It was created for the race Berlin-Rome, which was to be held in September 1939. Because of the outbreak of World War II, this car did not go on the road.
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