Known affectionately as the "Gentleman's Muscle Car," the Plymouth GTX was released as the Belvedere GTX in 1967. The company's 440-cubic inch V8 was the GTX's standard engine, though customers could pay an extra $546 to upgrade to the Chrysler seven-liter Hemi (nicknamed the "Elephant"). It was offered until 1971 when it was discontinued, facing competition from its own Plymouth Road Runner nameplate.
A striking orange replica of the inaugural GTX Hemi "Bullet," this limited edition, 1/18 scale, die cast model features a custom metallic paint scheme, a removable hood, a fully detailed Hemi engine, functional suspension, opening doors, a well-equipped interior (with folding front seats, a custom floor shifter, and real-working steering), and opening trunk, authentic badging, an authentic undercarriage, and treaded rubber tires. Measures approximately 10½" long.