The interior was renovated but remains largely stock with the help of Year One restoration parts. The Auto Meter tach, shift light, Low Pressure light, and Turbo Action Cheetah shifter aid in driving duties, while the RJS belt keeps Barry snug in his captains chair.The interior was renovated but remains largely stock with the help of Year One restoration The Hemi motor is a vintage concoction. The block was pilfered from a 69 Road Runner, topped with ported and polished 66 Hemi heads, and punched and stroked with a 4.15-inch Mopar Performance crankshaft to produce a mountainous 487ci. Stuffed inside are a set of Ray Barton Super Stock rods, an undisclosed custom grind Comp Cams roller cam, and 12.8:1 JE Pistons. A pair of twin Super Stock Holley 770 cfm carburetors suck wind through a Mopar Performance Hemi cross-ram. It sees the occasional roasting of the tires on the street to remind our little four-banger friends what the legendary aura of Hemi-power is all about.The Hemi motor is a vintage concoction. The block was pilfered from a 69 Road Runner A former bodyman by trade, Barry widened the factory wheeltubs by 4 inches to fit massive 31x16.5 Mickey Thompson Sportsman Pros under the GTXs back end. Also residing in the former luggage compartment is a BG 400 fuel pump, a 15-gallon RJS fuel cell thats constantly filled with VP C-14 race fuel, and an Optima battery for trouble-free starts. CCA former bodyman by trade, Barry widened the factory wheeltubs by 4 inches to fit massive Barry Landers isnt looking for anyones approval with his wild Plum Crazyschemed 70 Plymouth GTX. He doesnt belong to a car club, and he doesnt believe in adhering to any concours-restoration rules. In his words, My GTX wasnt built to be an original anything. It was built for what I wanted, and that was to drive a wild car with big horsepowerone that gets a lot of attention and has a Super Stock flair. And seeing as how it made 723 hp and 647 lb-ft of torque on the dyno, wed say his street machine has plenty of flair. We met up with Barry, who hails from Greene, Iowa, at the 2001 Car Craft Summer Nationals, in St. Paul, Minnesota. Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!