Gateway Classic Cars of Philadelphia is presenting a 1969 Plymouth
Road Runner. This factory rare combination of Black exterior and
white interior, there are only three known on the Mopar registry.
Makes this very original Road Runner one Bad Mopar. Restored to
original about 15 years ago this all original sheet metal car still
has its matching numbers engine and transmission. The original Air
Grabber hood still covers the original 383 CI V8. This car came
from the factory with chrome rocker and window wheel well trim,
also an unusual option. This car has a nice solid trunk with mat
and spare tire. The frame and the floorboards are solid and clean.
This Road Runner still has its original floors. The rockers are
solid and straight. The car rolls on 15" Chrome Magnum wheels with
BF Goodrich Radial T/As. The interior features beautiful White
upholstery covering a bench seat with a column shifter to control
the 727 3 speed automatic transmission. The dash and factory gauges
are in great shape. The interior also features aftermarket Sun Pro
gauges. There are seat belts front and rear. Door panels, headliner
and carpet are all in excellent condition. The Road Runner steering
wheel operates the signature Road Runner Beep Beep Horn. This car
has a great sound thanks to the Flowmaster mufflers and dual
exhaust. It shifts and drives as you would expect it too with only
about 1500 miles since the rebuild. To view this 1969 Plymouth Road
Runner in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video,
visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom. For
more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email
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