Do you know why some Mopars can command a price like this? It's because a select few are as unique as snowflakes, and this 1969 Plymouth GTX is a true 1 of 1 with the documentation to back it up. And when a numbers-matching 426 Hemi coupe survives with low mileage like this, bidding wars usually break out. The 65K miles on this car are believed to be actual but are not documented. The GTX was the gentleman's muscle car. Many people were not willing to go to the expense of premium rapid transit, and instead opted for its Road Runner sibling. Today that makes the GTX one of the most respected and rare Mopars around, so you are already going to gain gawkers from far across the car show field. As they get closer, the compliments will start with the paintwork; and you'll be able to tell them it's a professional respray of the factory-correct B7 Jamaica Blue. They'll start to admire the details like the red pinstriping, pristine brightwork, matte black hood stripes, and optional Magnum 500 wheels w/redline tires; and this will be the time you'll take out the factory buildsheet and Galen Govier paperwork that shows this Plymouth was built with an option series that is currently one-of-a-kind. The gentleman's attitude continues inside with an interior that harmoniously blends luxury and performance features. The black bucket seats appear factory fresh, giving you an idea of how much someone cared for this car. Almost everything you can see or touch feels new, including the seat covers, door panels, and carpets. There's hints of wood paneling on the dash, doors, center console, shift knob, and even three-spoke sports steering wheel. Besides just the extra wide speedometer, the driver gets a full gauge package that includes temperature, ammeter, and a rare factory tachometer. The best part of this heavily invested interior is that everything works, right down to the ambient lighting and power windows. This one even carries the original (and rare) R22 AM/8-track radio, although you can also hook in your iPod now to play some more modern tunes. But honestly, the radio is secondary to the soundtrack that comes from the power under the hood. The engine bay is completely filled with the one thing that everyone wants in a classic Mopar A?a??a?? a numbers-matching Hemi advertised at 425 hp! Yes, the callouts on the air grabber hood were not lying. Not only does it look great with the big, bold Coyote Duster topper, but the motor has only averaged 1,400 miles per year over its lifetime. This is the kind pedigree that will get this bad boy muscle car invited to the top concours events. But as much as the world will want to see your surviving Mopar, you'll likely be too busy adding miles to the odometer. After all, when you put your toe into this Hemi and open up the dual four-barrel carburetors, the dual exhaust make the kind of howl you can hear all the way across town... and that's just too much fun to resist. Plus, it will never take too much convicting to go for a Sunday drive thanks to easy features like the power steering, front disc brakes and the three-speed automatic transmission. This GTX has all the right features to make this investor-grade Mopar irresistible to take out for a spin. It only takes one hand to count how many other GTXs had so many of these features, and that's why you should use your one hand to pick up the phone and call today.