"The year 1971 brought significant change to the American muscle
car, with a number of model redesigns appearing. One was the
release of the 2-door G-series Chrysler B-bodies, including the
Charger/Super Bee and GTX/Road Runner muscle cars. At the time, few
foresaw how close to the end of this era the Big Three
manufacturers were. This body was called the 'fuselage' style and
featured much smoother, more dramatic edges than previous
renderings of the classic Plymouth. This was the direct result of
ongoing aerodynamic testing that Chrysler had been involved in, and
it proved apt on the NASCAR circuit, where this design took Richard
Petty to 21 event crowns and the first-ever Winston Cup title that
season." - Muscle Car Museum
This 1971 Plymouth Road Runner is finished in the correct exterior
color of Tor-Red (also known as Hemi Orange for Dodge products)
with a black vinyl top. The exterior is enhanced by the Road Runner
graphics and black trunk spoiler. The interior is finished in black
with a full bench. The car features power steering and has been
upgraded with Wilwood front disc brakes. The transmission is a date
code correct A727. This Plymouth is running on polished American
Racing wheels which are surrounded by B.F. Goodrich G-Force T/A
tires. Original style Rallye wheels are also included in the sale
of the vehicle.
Although not new paint the finish presents very well with only a
few minor imperfections. The underside as can be seen in the photos
and videos is very solid with no areas of corrosion.
This classic muscle car sounds fantastic as the power from the
numbers matching 383 cubic inch motor is directed into the Flow
Master dual exhaust system and exiting out the correct chrome
If you are a Mopar or muscle car enthusiast this is the perfect
selection to begin or expand your collection.
If you would like to learn more about this vehicle, please contact
us at Legendary Motors LLC.
1971 Plymouth Road Runner
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