1970 Plymouth Road Runner Coupe for sale! Motorcar Classics is
proud to present this awesome 1970 Plymouth featured in (FY1) Lemon
Twist Yellow with white vinyl top and interior. This is a genuine
HEMI 426CI monster that is putting approximately 650HP through a
heavy-duty Torqueflite automatic transmission with HEMI clutches
and Sure Grip 4.10 rear end. It has adjustable shocks and 4-wheel
Wilwood brakes. This Road Runner is extremely fast, capable of
running in the 10's in the quarter mile, but yet can still be
driven to a car show and have a good shot at taking home a trophy.
This show-quality Road Runners credentials include a Silver Award
at the 25th Florida Mopar Nationals. The car was the subject of a
rotisserie restoration, during which it was fine-tuned and the HEMI
upgraded by Mr. Mopar, Dave Dudek, from the F.A.S.T. series.
Technical engine specs include a Mopar Performance early water
block, 4.25 stroke, 4.325 bore (.075 over, resulting in 499CI),
Aluminum Rods 7.100 long, .990 pin, 2.200 big end, Diam LSM custom
cam, Crank scraper w/screen, Drain back oiling modifications, OEM
heads fully CNC'ed by Modern Cylinder Head, All Good Stuff titanium
retainers, PAC springs, and more. Fully ported and modified stock
intake. 7/16 Trend pushrods. Jesel off-set solid roller lifters.
Indy roller rocker set up, 55 mm roller cam bearings. The car has
been well-sorted and maintained by an experienced enthusiast of
American muscle cars, and it represents an outstanding opportunity
for a MoPar fan.
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