1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Technical specifications of Plymouth Road Runner 1969

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Make: Plymouth
Model: Road Runner
Type: Other
Doors: 2
Year: 1969
Mileage: 17534
Color: Green
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Green
Options: CD player
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

High performance with a low sticker price has always been the Road Runner's calling card. Today, hey're highly-sought collectables due to the fact that the formula still works. This particular 1969 Plymouth Road Runner offers a numbers-matching 383 cubic inch big block, n ultra-clean interior, nd several performance upgrades that make it a car that will make you smile every time you turn the key. And it still won't break the bank.This Bird was restored a few years ago and the bodywork remains straight and clean, ith sharply rendered creases on the quarters and decent panel alignment that's pretty much the way the factory would have done it. F3 Frost Green paint is quite nice, nd if you're going to drive it, t's ideal, ecause it's got a low-key look that will keep The Man off your back and perfectly captures late '60s style. These were never intended to be show pieces, nd you Mopar fans who were around when they were new already know that they were never perfect, ven off the showroom floor. Instead, t has a purposeful look that is ready to rumble, nd presents well running down the road with a minimum of flash; no wings or gaudy stripes, hank you very much. The chrome and trim remains very nice, nd all the proper Road Runner decals are in place. I think more than anything, appreciate the honesty of this car; it's just not pretending to be anything other than what it is, nd you have to respect the performance for the dollar that it represents. Inside, his Road Runner is very, ery good. Someone has taken extremely good care of this car, ecause the interior is almost 100% original. The front buckets come complete with the federally-mandated headrests, nd the preservation on both the front buckets and the rear bench is quite impressive. Although the Road Runner was about going fast on a budget, his one looks upscale, robably thanks to those two-tone door panels and fresh carpets on the floors. A 4-speed shifter is right in the center, ans console, hich is just how we like our industrial-strength Mopars. The original gauges are all in place, nd I kind of like seeing it without the ubiquitous auxiliary gauges and a column-mounted tach. The original Music Master AM radio is still living in the dash, ith an AM/FM/CD stereo hidden out of sight to preserve the stock look. Another nice touch is the nicely finished trunk, hich includes what may very well be the original spare tire assembly.But the real reason you want to own a Road Runner is that a big block was STANDARD EQUIPMENT. The matching-numbers 383 under the hood was rebuilt 200 miles ago and delivers smile-inducing acceleration and that wave of big block torque that made these cars so popular with young buyers in the '60s. The builder claims 335 horsepower and 425 pounds of torque, nd the way this car moves, e don't doubt those figures. Painted in Hemi Orange with all the correct details and stickers, t looks suitably racy and runs superbly. Upgrades include an electronic ignition and a new Edelbrock intake and carburetor, ut that's about it for obvious changes from stock. The 4-speed transmission shifts smoothly and feels like it's unbreakable and the dual exhaust system, hile older, as just the right bark. It appears that the front suspension has been recently serviced and it sits on handsome Magnum 500 wheels with 225/70/14 front and 235/70/14 rear BFGoodrich radials.Big performance, mall price. It worked in 1969, nd this Roadrunner still delivers today. Call now!

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