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Barry Landers’ ’70 Plymouth GTX

He Wanted To Drive A Wild Car With Big Horsepower

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Barry Landers isn’t looking for anyone’s approval with his wild Plum Crazy–schemed ’70 Plymouth GTX. He doesn’t belong to a car club, and he doesn’t believe in adhering to any concours-restoration rules. In his words, “My GTX wasn’t built to be an original anything. It was built for what I wanted, and that was to drive a wild car with big horsepower—one 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, we’d 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.

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