This Road Runner features a verified original, matching-numbers 440ci 6-Barrel engine, New Process 4-speed manual transmission and 4.10 Dana 60 rear axle. Documentation includes the original Chrysler Broadcast Sheet, original matching VIN plate, Fender Tag and matching primary and secondary body stampings. It's finished in Performance Red with black interior. It has undergone an extremely high-quality nut-and-bolt restoration to original specifications with only test miles since. It is one of 422 hardtop, manual-transmission A12 Road Runners built. It is sold on a salvage title due to a pre-restoration garage fire and insurance payout. It sustained minimal structural damage from the fire. A full 2018 Dave Wise report verifies the above information is correct. In his report, Dave Wise give the car a remarkable overall vehicle rating of 1.3. **SOLD ON A SALVAGE TITLE**
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