VIN Last 6 on Engine, Radiator Support, Quarter Panel and Build Sheet, Air Grabber, 4 Speed, Title Shows Actual Mileage.
Owner set out over ten years ago to find the right Road Runner for him. Since 2008 car has had transmission rebuilt, new fuel pump, new water pump, new fuel sender, carburetor rebuild, new fuel tank, and new air grabber filter. Engine block appears original as it was born from the manufacturer (#235272 on engine).
DETAILS OF CAR:
Left Fender Inner Tag- (See pics)
F8-F8= Exterior- Ivy Green
RM23= Plymouth Belvedere, Medium- 2 Dr. Hardtop
E63= 383 cid, 4 Barrel, High Perf. V8 335 H.P.
D21= 4 Speed Manual Transmission
N96= Fresh Air Hood
235272= Matches Last 6 Numbers on Vin
VIN#- RM23H9A235272- (See pics)
R-Plymouth Belvedere, Plymouth Satellite
23- Two-Door Hardtop
H-383 1-4bbl hp 8 Cylinder(69)
A- Lynch Road, MI USA
235272- Build Number
Broadcast Sheet- (See pics)
Matching last 6 digits of cars VIN
Buyer are required- To do their own research to verify the researched codes above are correct.
For more information contact Chad @ 330-353-1750, or see 252 photos at www.autoconnectioncars.com
* Upgraded JVC Sound System with Radio, Disc, and 4 Speakers
* Radial Tires
* Coyote Tank Paint
* “Air Grabber” System
* Hurst Shifter
* 4:10 Gears Rear End
* Cool It Insulation – Full Floors (Heat and Sound)
* Hidden Antenna
The owner and I drove the car around 3-4 miles to where we had it put up on a rack, and Chad drove it back. It seemed to stop as designed, and I didn't notice any particular pulsation, or any pulling. The car does have power steering, and appeared to steer correctly. The car seemed to shift into reserve properly, and shift up and down into all four speeds and work properly. The clutch operation seems to be correct, and owner indicated it does have a strong, heavy duty clutch. The clutch does require a little more than the average pressure to operate. Oil changed every other year(Valvoline 20-50) .Light oil smoking when started cold, but seems to stop after warmed up.
* Dash Lights Not Working
* Parking Lights Work and Taillights Work
* Headlights Work
* High and Low Beams Work
* Both Brake Lights Work
* Left Turn Signals, and Right Turn Signals Work, Front and Back
* All 4 Windows Work Up and Down
* Horn Works BEEP!! BEEP!!
* Courtesy Light On The Dash and Headliner Work
* Emergency Brake Works and Holds
* 4 Way Flashers Work
* Vents Work Left and Right Side
* Windshield Wipers Work
* Heat Does Work and Defroster
* Fan Does Work on Multiple Speeds
* Radio Plays and Does Have High Def Setting
* Disc Player Works
* Owner Indicated That Fuel Gauge and Temperature Gauge Do Work
* Owner Indicated Door Locks Work Properly
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