Description: Marking the first year design featuring rounded sculpted fenders and a high tail, with aviation inspired nose treatment, 1971 was also the last year for the GTX model as a stand alone for Plymouth. It marked the end of the era of big block muscle for the marque, as the Mopar big block engines would take a bow at the end of the model year he 71 had new styling features that included rounded fenders and a loop bumper front and rear, new hood cutouts and the side markers were larger. The GTX also received a wider rear track to give the GTX better handling. This GTX comes with from a single family owned history, has all original documentation. It was originally purchased brand new in 1971 at Torco Dodge in St. Charles Illinois. Since then the 440 “RB” (high performance) engine has been professionally been rebuilt, New vinyl top as well as refreshed interior. Although Mopar was the slowest of the big three to scale back their engines, the GTX stayed true to what the purpose of the vehicle was made for: to go fast, look good and feel good doing it.