Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is ecstatic to feature this wild
1969 Plymouth Roadrunner for sale right now in our Arizona
showroom, located in North Phoenix. Well, ok, it's not REALLY a
Roadrunner- at least not underneath the surface anyway. This
vehicle is a unique mating of a 1969 Roadrunner body and a 2017
Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack running gear, interior, engine and
transmission that was painstakingly assembled and adjusted over two
years. The 2017 Challenger was a salvaged vehicle with around 4,300
miles on the powertrain but only the body was damaged on the car.
Better yet, this Road-Challenger (call it whatever you want- that's
what I'm going with!) comes with a clean branded, 1969 Plymouth
title. Painted in "Vitamin C Orange" with Matte Black Rallye
Stripes on the hood, this amazing build just keeps getting better
when you take into account all the details. The 20 inch chrome
wheels, satellite antenna on the roof, "392" air-brushed graphics
on the hood scoops and air intake through the driver side front
lights hint at what's hiding below. Otherwise it's hard to tell
what you're looking at from the outside, especially with the
correct Roadrunner stickers and badges in place. Open and close the
doors with your modern keyless entry remote and you'll notice that
they fit much like a new vehicle. The door trim itself is a custom
transition between old and new and once you're in the Challenger
Orange/Black buckets you are transported to the 21st Century. From
here, it's modern Mopar with a familiar layout that includes a
functional 8.4 inch Uconnect touch screen infotainment system and a
long list of creature comforts you wouldn't get in a classic car.
You can even operate remote engine start on this Road-Challenger!
Have you ever lamented the demise of vent windows? They are
available on this one-of-a-kind build! I haven't even covered
what's powering this Road-Challenger, because there's nothing to
complain about there. The Challenger 6.4l Hemi (392 CID) V8 making
500hp and 470lb ft of torque is tied to an 8-speed automatic
transmission. With the performance that modern engineering is
putting out, it's a no brainer to combine it with classic muscle
car styling. This one's all done and ready to show off! Give us a
call today for more information on this 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner-
an epic Mopar marriage of old and new. Alternatively, sending an
email inquiry to [email protected] is a great way
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