69 Plymouth Road Runner, 1400 miles on full restoration, rust free California car, numbers matching 383, 4 speed, 8.75 rear end with 355 sure grip, manual steering, manual drum brakes. Repainted the original K2 Go Mango orange, all new black bench seat interior, added in dash tach, Retro Radio factory looking AM/FM, and pistol grip shifter. B F Goodrich radial T/A 235/60-15's up front on factory 15x7's and 275/60-15's on 15x8's on the back. Engine is the original 383, completely rebuilt, std crank, .030 pistons, stock compression, stock cam, correct carb, radiator and exhaust manifolds. TTI 2-1/2" aluminized X pipe system with stainless tips from the manifolds back. Transmission is not the original but bears a full serial number from another 69 Roadrunner. New clutch and rebuilt shifter mechanism, Polygraphite front suspension. This is an investment grade, fully restored car with 1400 miles on it. More info and pics at www.themopardude.com or call 620-364-8200 $43500
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