Just 179 real Rm 27 code (383 4spd Roadrunner convertible) were ever made. When I found this 2 owner car last registered 23 years ago in '95, the former owner had 3 convertibles and 2 hard tops. My point: most folks that own one of these rare cars have more than one....that means just a hand full of these cars ever become available for sale. This is an EB5 blue fire metallic, V3W white convertible - D21 pistol grip 4 speed, E63 383 Magnum. She was nestled in one of two pole barns with 14 classic Mopars! He was the first owner of most of the cars and second owner of the rest...30 miles off the highway in a mid-west corn field. The car runs and drives great. The bottom is cleaner than the top, and the top is CLEAN. The reverse linkage needs to be adjusted (doesn't always esily go in reverse) and there is one small blemish in the paint. Original R11 code 2 watt AM radio still works! I don't need to sell it, but have 9 cars. I promised the old timer I bought it from I'd care for it and find someone who LOVES Mopars to continue loving it. When you see a car of this quality it's usually north of $70k. I don't need all the money on it, it's more important that the new owner won't flip it to just anyone...if this time machine speaks to you and you can convince me you'll care for it, I'll consider offers above 64,000.
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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