1969 Plymouth Roadrunner. Original 383 car with 4 speed manual transmission, 3.55 rear gear, upgraded carburetor, headers and cam shaft with flowmaster exhaust. I have owned the car for 4 years, completed numerous repairs. Install new fuel pump, fuel line and frame clips, new gas tank, sending unit and fill nozzle, alternator, starter, drive shaft, front disc brakes, passenger side mirror, windshield, windshield wiper blades, wind wash system, new carpet with insulation, front and rear seat reupholstered and new head liner. Addressed and repaired numerous electrical issues and replaced blown out lights. Motor was painted, valve covers and intake manifold powder coated, ceramic coated headers and K&N filter. Had turn signals and horn repaired. Tuneup, oil change, and new head lights installed completed in May 2019. I am sure I am missing additional items, car runs great and sounds great, good enough to be a daily driver.
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The Pick of the Day is a classic piece of American performance in Limelight Green with a 440 Six Pack under its hood
After winning 38 of the 48 major races during the 1970 NASCAR season, the 1970 Plymouth Superbird was outlawed from NASCAR the following year.
The 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird is hailed as the “holy grail” of Plymouths and the most sought after of their line of raw-powered Muscle Cars.
The Pick of the Day features the first production V6 engine
The hand-built pocket rocket was made for driving
Ted Gildred’s cars will be offered at no reserve at The Quail sale
Roberto Clemente died trying to fly relief suppliers to earthquake survivors