This M-code 1969 Plymouth Road Runner comes from a California
collection and is finished in Vitamin C Orange. It's powered by a
date-code-correct 440/390hp Six-Barrel engine backed by an
18-spline HEMI 4-speed manual transmission with the original Hurst
shifter, Dana 60 rear end with 4.10 gears and Track Pak Sure-Grip
posi-traction. An original RM21M Road Runner post coupe, this
survivor car has had one repaint and retains its original body,
floors, trunk and frame. It sports mostly all-original chrome, trim
and glass, and a mostly original comfort-weave bench seat interior.
This Road Runner has been professionally balanced and blueprinted
and built to factory specifications. The interior sports Rally
gauges with in-dash tachometer and factory AM/FM radio. Stopping
power comes from big 11-inch manual drum brakes, and the car rides
on the original H-stamped 14-inch steel wheels with wide oval red
line bias-ply tires.
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