1969 Plymouth Roadrunner: "Survivor"; Original paint; 100% solid
original metal; always garaged; original factory build sheet; all
numbers match. The beautiful example was stored in a dry garage
since 1987. The owner bought many things for it over the years,
started it regularly but rarely drove it. The original heads have
been redone with hardened valve seats; he added Wilwood front disk
brakes; exhaust; upgraded transmission; etc. He kept all the
original parts, including the transmission and brake drums. The
paint had not been buffed in 40 years when we purchased the car,
our body technician took several days carefully buffing it (see
before and after pictures). Original Roadrunner decals in superb
condition; original beep-beep horn. A one-of-a-kind original garage
find. Everything included is pictured. Please note that we go to
extents to document our cars in pictures and provide the most
transparent listings on Ebay. Please study the pictures carefully
rather than requesting descriptions. Please complete any
inspections or ask any questions prior to bidding or committing to
buy the car. Thanks for the interest!
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