Yes, after long decision making procedure I ended up to offer my T/A for a swap to another car. Reason for this was that the sheet metal work and repainting the T/A back to original color was too time consuming and too costly for me. I also wanted to have convertible car for the first time in my life, so I ended up to test if there was good candidates for swapping the cars. And there was… ´69 Plymouth GTX convertible, 440 engine, 4 speed, Dana 60, A34 Super track pack and air crabber. Only 178 GTX convertibles with 4 speed transmission were made in 1969! And having these goody factory options it´s even more rare. This car came from Sweden where it has been since 1976.
Sheet metal and paint for this GTX is in very good condition and that was the most important thing for me. Engine, transmission and rear is flawless. Interior is also in fairly good condition but I think the instrument cluster needs to be restored at some point and also some fixes to door panels and console. But these are quite easy to fix.
I´ll take more pictures later but now the next thing is to have the registration completed. But here are couple of pictures from the previous owner: