BEEP! BEEP! Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present
this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner. The Roadrunner was a midsized
performance car built from 1968 and 1980. Built by Plymouth as a
lower priced, basic trim model muscle car. The first- generation
Roadrunner was manufactured from 1968-1970. In 1970, updates
included a new look for both the front and rear end, grille, hood,
front fenders and quarter panels. "High Impact" colors such as
Vitamin C, In-Violet and Moulin Rouge were introduced.
Approximately 41.000 units were produced in 1970. This 1970
Plymouth Roadrunner is the epitome of the muscle car era. Painted
in classic Vitamin C orange with a black bucket seat interior.
Super Bee striping and badging gives this Plymouth an iconic look
back in time. Under the hood of monster is a 496 CID big block V-8
attached to a three-speed automatic transmission. A 3.73 rear end
handles all the power to the rear wheels. A built engine that is
producing over 550 HP! Recent additions include a Borgeson 14:1
ratio steering box, new wiring harness, new electric firewall
manifold, upgraded 150- amp alternator, new high temp ceramic spark
plugs, Holley Sniper EFI system, Sniper Hyper Spark ignition
system, new ignition coil, new ignition box and Hyperspark
distributor have been installed. Power steering, power front disk
brakes, posi traction and an AM/FM/ Blue tooth radio add to the
driving experience in this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner.