Evaluation: Represented as one of 11 GTXs coupes built in 1971 with the Hemi and 4-speed manual. Sold new in Michigan. Good older restoration with solid paint, chrome, interior and engine bay. No major issues, just general age.
Bottom Line: The 1971 redesign of B-body Mopars wasn’t exactly an improvement and black isn’t the most desirable color, but this car’s drivetrain makes it a standout. It sold for $140,400 at Mecum Indy in 2015, so this result is even stronger (and at the very top end of GTX values) despite the restoration being six years older. Hemi GTXs don’t grow on trees, though, so anyone would be hard-pressed to find another real-deal car in any condition.