FRESHLY ROTISSERIE RESTORED J CODE HEMI CAR
ONE OF 169 BUILT - ONE OF 61 AUTOMATICS
1968 PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER
ONLY ABOUT 54K MILES SINCE NEW
Amazing rotisserie restored J code Road Runner Hemi Hardtop. One
of 169 hardtops built in the Road Runner's first year.
One of 61 with automatic transmission. One of 8 automatics left known to exist. The infamous Road Runner was introduced in 1968 as a bare bones, no frills car built to be fast. This entry level muscle car sold new for about $2,800 with the stock 383 engine or for about 25% more ($740) you could order it with the famous 426 Hemi engine. Only 161 hardtops were built with this option.
Rotisserie restored North Carolina car in very rare color code QQ Electric Blue and Black bench seat interior. The underside of this car is amazing! Original block cracked in a freeze. Period correct 426 Hemi replacement block with original head, manifold and valve covers. Original twin 4BBL carbs. Original rebuilt 727 transmission and 8 3/4 rear end. Power steering and brakes. Mostly new and some original chrome & stainless. Detailed engine and trunk compartments. Mint restored undercarriage. New reline radials and painted wheels with dog dish caps.
FEATURES AND OPTION INFORMATION
100% laser straight, rust free body panels
Excellent rust free, painted undercarriage
Beautiful dual stage repaint in correct QQ Electric Blue Metallic
Excellent new Black bench seat interior
Excellent dash, headliner & door panels
Great chrome and soft trim throughout
Correct replacement 426 Hemi block
Original heads, manifold, valve covers & twin 4BBL carbs
Factory heavy duty 727 automatic transmission
Power steering and brakes
Original factory radio
Factory steel wheels and dog dish caps & new red line radials
Only test miles since completed
SHOULD YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL ME
MY CELL PHONE - Mike @ 863-944-8615
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