After a year of production, the GTX was given a completely new look in 1968. A new glass body has replaced as the body of 1967. The Road Runner was introduced by Plymouth as a performance version of the Belvedere and have been major changes made to the design of all Plymouth B-bodies.
|1970 Plymouth GTX Blue - Front Left View Driving|
The engine of the Road Runner was based on the new 383 cu in (6.3 L) "Super Commando" V8 (renamed the "Road Runner 383"), while the high performance 440 was still standard on the GTX. The GTX was still based on satellite and is offered in two models, the 2-door convertible and 2 door hardtop. TorqueFlite The automatic transmission was standard on the GTX, with it being an option of U.S. $ 206 at Road Runner. The Road Runner is based in Belvedere, and had less insulation and comfort items (padding, cut, vinyl roof), which reduced the weight has helped produce better track times, and held it into the low price.
1968 Plymouth GTX Picture Gallery:
|1970 Plymouth GTX Blue - Rear Right View|
|1970 Plymouth GTX Blue - Right View Open Luggage|
|1970 Plymouth GTX Blue - Front Left View Gallery|
|1970 Plymouth GTX Blue - Front Left View|
|1970 Plymouth GTX Blue - Right View|
|1970 Plymouth GTX Dark Blue - Front View|
|1970 Plymouth GTX Blue - Front Right View|
|1970 Plymouth GTX Blue - Front View|
|1970 Plymouth GTX Engine - Front View|