One of the Finest 1969 Roadrunners Available Today. This Award
Winning '69 Plymouth has been meticulously restored. Stunning!
1969 Plymouth Road Runner is a ground-up restoration! The flawless
show quality factory red paint is stunning! Under the hood is a
powerful 383ci that is highly detailed. Every nut and bolt
glistens. The stout 4-speed manual transmission shifts smooth. The
rear end gears 3:23.1 sure grip really puts the power to the
Started life as an original Dry Eastern Washington car has spent
its life since being restored as a show car with many tastefully
done chrome show parts. Comes with a full binder of restoration
The black interior is of the highest quality I have seen in a
MOPAR. Every stitch is perfectly aligned. The dash gauges are clean
and bright and in perfect working order. The chrome 15" Magnums
gives that aggressive stance that has made Mopar the king
Every detail has been done! The trunk has been detailed to the
highest standards even has the original style spare and jack! This
is one of the finest '69 Roadrunners available today!
VIN RM23H9G247921 RM=3B-B1 H=383/335HP G=St. Louis
Engine block date code 3-12-68 cast number D.N 2468130-8
Transmission cast number H3 C-99129 stamp PP833 9G247921
Rear End 3 2881489-A Tag 3.23
Add it to your collection for $56,995.00!
This car is being represented for a collector in the Seattle,
1969 Plymouth Road Runner
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