***SALE PENDING***Plymouth's goal in 1968 was to offer Detroit's biggest bang for the buck. The new Road Runner, priced at about $2,900, proved to be just the ticket. Initially based on a bare-bones Belvedere sedan, this B-body came standard with a 335-horse 383 V-8, a 4-speed stick and a beefed-up suspension. The 426 Hemi was an intimidating option, both in price and power. Adding 425 Hemi horses into the Road Runner equation upped the ante by about a grand. Plymouth's 1969 Road Runner won the Motor Trend Car of the Year trophy on the way to becoming the muscle car market's second best-seller. After a comparatively upscale hardtop joined the original sedan early in 1968, a convertible Road Runner also appeared for one year only in 1969. A restyled body debuted in 1970, as did the high-flying, NASCAR-ready Superbird with its pointed beak and "towel-rack" rear spoiler. Just in at Cody's Classic Cars, right out of a large privately owned muscle car collection, is this beautiful 70 Road Runner. A combination of nice original survivor (interior) along with a nice older repaint makes this a very presentable car. Previous owner removed the original 383 and hood, and transplanted a strong 440 and even found an Air Grabber hood! Rear end is 4:10 or 4:11, so this car is a lot of fun around town! Recent mechanical updates include new gas tank, sending unit, master cylinder, and rebuilt carb. CALL/TEXT 715-709-0343 to discuss purchase details.