Up for sale is this clean 1969 Road Runner(REAL H CODE 383) recently restored,featuring is the factory has front split bench seat also look at the picture car hasthe code tag in place and all the vin numbers in place radiator support and trunk.This is a great sign that this Mopar is has its factory sheet metal and no signsof accidents, It has a Beautiful Hemi orange high gloss paint job with vinyl blacktop and black hood really makes this Roadrunner look amazing, This is ahead turner muscle machine!Top dollar paint job the engine was removed to paint the firewall the right way,also car has all new black interior.Goodrich rear 245/60R/14 front 225/70R/14, they are wrapped around theFactory Mopar Magnum 500 wheels, The 383 engine runs smooth/strong andis very responsive on the throttle. Previous owner says It was rebuilt about10 years ago, it only has about 15k thousand miles since. (Odometer shows 83k),The transmission shift perfect. But recently replaced new Holley carburetor and that reallywoke up the engine, The exhaust gaskets, intake manifold gasket, valve covers gasket has been replaced and recently dialed in and tuned right! -It Now runs/drives and stops great. Car has flow short dual exhaust system and it sounds amazing! Nice sound and very very fast Roadrunner. Recently installed gas tank- the chrome and stainless trim are in good condition all around.Underneath is solid along with rear frame rails/trunk and rockers. This car was garage kept under a car cover all the time-Used for car shows and cruise nights.Add Fuel and go Cruising to the car shows or tour around the country-Very Reliable/dependable Classic Muscle car! WE FINANCE/DELIVER AND SHIP WORLDWIDE
After winning 38 of the 48 major races during the 1970 NASCAR season, the 1970 Plymouth Superbird was outlawed from NASCAR the following year.
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