Here is the link to the build page for the 1969 Plymouth GTX. A multiyear restoration taking place in Minnesota, in a typical 3 car garage, no hoist or fancy shop. 

Click the link below. 

1969 Plymouth GTX Track Pak A33 4 speed 440 Restoration Blog

Plymouth’s GTX, also lovingly coined as the gentlemen’s muscle car, hit the car scene in 1967 as a hot rod version of the Plymouth Belvedere. The mid-sized luxury performance muscle car came with a Super Commando 440-cid V8, or a Hemi V8 as an option. The 440 engine, capable of zero to 60 mph acceleration in 6.8 seconds, a quarter-mile time of 14.6 seconds, and a top speed of 121 mph, boasted 375-horsepower from the factory. Those numbers, especially impressive considering the era, were achieved with an automatic transmission, not the optional four-speed.

By the 1968 model year, Plymouth released the more affordable Road Runner, which put the GTX in the position of being the brand’s luxury hot rod. The muscle car’s curvier lines commanded attention that year, and in 1969, the GTX received a facelift with a new grille and headlights.

According to PlymouthGTX.net, of the 14,902 hardtop examples of the 1969 Plymouth GTX produced, 13,866 were equipped with the 440 V8, and just 4,004 of the 440 models were paired with a four-speed transmission. This mostly original 1969 Plymouth GTX is one of the 4,004 four-speed muscle cars made.