Published: September 5, 2010
What You see here is an other pursuit of better muscle car done by Steve Srope’s Pure Vision Design – 1972 Plymouth GTX R. They took an injected 500-inch Mopar engine, tuned it with aluminum cylinder heads, custom intake with ECU, 151/48-inch exhaust tubes and many other performance features.
The powertrain is mated to Mopar performance A518 automatic transmission with an unusual paddle shifters mounted on the steering column. The suspension is totally customized and updated with performance features including 13-inch Baer brakes for all wheels [275/35-18 front, 335/30-18 – rear]. Strope upgraded the interior but did not went to far from the stock look of 1972 Plymouth.
Photos: Pure Vision Design
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