An all matching-numbers car, this B-body Plymouth Road Runner features a stunning restoration. It's equipped with the factory-correct 383/335hp engine with factory markings and labels throughout the engine bay, as they should be. The correct factory 4-speed manual transmission has the factory pistol-grip shifter. Other features include dual exhaust and original posi-traction rear end with 3:23 gears. The attention to detail is amazing, including the non-painted inside of the rear rims. Color-coded rims with dog-dish hubcaps are wrapped in red line tires. The scheduled production date was Wednesday, April 15,1970, with order number 025337 at the Los Angeles plant, sequential number 140614, and sold at Bertrams dealership in Visalia, CA. This gorgeous Road Runner has everything it should, other than the factory exhaust manifold and factory carburetor. However, the car originally came with a Holley 4-barrel #4217, which will be included with the car. The interior includes a factory bench seat and factory tach with 3-speed variable windshield wipers, as well as the working factory AM Music Master radio.
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