The Mighty 1970 Plymouth HEMI GTX Alpha X From Bair Customs
By John Sharples
Here we have a fine pro touring classic in the form of a 1970 Plymouth GTX built by Bair Customs.
This monster started as a V code Mopar, which was taken down to its bare bones to turn into the pro-Tory you see here, while still maintaining its classic features.
The Rallye Red paint and straight as a dice bodywork still maintain the classic muscle car look, while modern upgrades, give it the hint of a pro tourer.
The car is powered by a 572 Aluminum Hemi from Muscle Motors bursting out 675 HP through a 727 transmission to a Dana 60 rear end with 3.73 gears.
The customs suspension comes in the form of RMS Tubular K-member Coil Overs and RMS Street Lynx in the rear.
All the panel work was media blasted and then covered with 2-stage urethane. A custom blacked-out GTX front grille, Oracle Halo H4 conversion headlights and Boze 20″ X 10″ Rears 19″X 8″ fronts wheels were added to complete the look. All this coupled to 13? Wilwood 6-Piston brakes.
The interior stays mostly original with replaced bucket seats, Flaming River D steering wheel, billet pistol grip and the factory gauges rebuilt with brushed aluminum faces.
The trunk was even fully upholstered in black carpets with a custom enclosure for the battery.
A fine build as anyone would agree.
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