The Roadrunner was not like many sports cars of its day as it was
built for some serious street driving. It was one of the favorite
cars of moonshiners and it could outrun most police cars. It was
built tough which is why so many survived as compared to other
muscle cars of its day.Plymouth built a budget priced muscle car
with loads of power but it was also lightweight in spite of a
strong engine. Another fun history tidbit is that the Roadrunner
name was based on the cartoon.This 1968 Roadrunner stands tall and
proud and is fully restored with only 4,000 miles since the
restoration. The exterior is Sable White and the paint, chrome and
trim are all in excellent condition.The black bench seat interior
is in top condition and shows no visible flaws. The dash features
the factory radio and built in tachometer.Engine is the 383/335 HP
paired with the 4-speed manual transmission and floor shifter. Both
engine and transmission are matching numbers as well as the rear
end.Custom upgrades include the Tru Track serpentine system
(supports power steering and AC system), Flex-a-Lite cooling fans
with heavy duty Howe aluminum radiator, ceramic coated Hooker
Headers, professional ladder bars, hidden custom stereo, and custom
Crager S/S 10 inch deep dish rims: 10 inch in the rear and 8 inch
in the front.Car is stored in temperature control and has been well
maintained. This Roadrunner runs and drives with excellent
performance and is a ride that all gear heads will love! Location
of car is in Ohio and it is available to view by appointment only.
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