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1967 Plymouth GTX

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Back in the day when I was still walking to school I used to see a Mopar that sat way up in the air.  I think the guy drove in 2nd or 3rd gear all the time.  It made an impression on me that lasts today.  So here's my '67 GTX in HOK violette pearl with red line tires on Keystone wheels.

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I have to say, I never saw a GTX in any color combination even close to this, but I have to say it looks pretty cool.  This color interior is more likely to be seen in a custom, not a muscle car, but.... why not?  very well done. 

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Very sharp indeed! I envy the time you must have to build so many! Love the 67 Mopars 👍

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Excellent - and those colours really jump.

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Great build, nice attention to detail under the hood!!

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Thank you Peter. Christopher, Keith, Peter, and Anders.  Can't go wrong with purple.

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Very nice. Where did you get the exhaust tips? A suggestion to make the Keystones pop, flat black along the insides of each spoke.

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Thank you Michael and Lee.

Exhaust tips are aluminum tubing - maybe 3/16" dia over a smaller tube 1/8"??  K&S makes the tubing and Hobby Lobby carries it along with my LHS.  They come flat so I polish them up.

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Fantastic Mopar. I like how you carried out the color theme. 

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Another sweet Mopar, great build Jim.B)

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Thank you Scott, Matthew, David, Tom, and Gene.

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You pushed all the right buttons, Jim. Very nice!

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