Bright and vivid colors were a large part of the early ’70s muscle era and brought a lot of attention to the Dodge and Plymouth brands. One such color, Moulin Rouge, was offered as a “Spring Special” for a limited time during the 1970 and 1971 model years. While the bright pink wasn’t particularly popular at the time, its polarizing nature has made it desirable in today’s market. So desirable, in fact, that this 1970 Plymouth GTX is listed at $325,000. It’s one of the most well-documented vehicles we’ve seen up for grabs and has been driven less than 50,000 miles in its 52 years. The GTX was one of only two performance-oriented luxury models that year and the “power bulge” hood and a set of non-functional rear-brakes air scoops make it stand out from the two years prior. Find out all the details on this pink ’70 Plymouth GTX and let us know if you’d like to add this car to your collection.