This 1969 Plymouth Road Runner is a muscle car that fulfills the
full wish list. That means a numbers-matching big block and the
control of four-on-the-floor. And everything from the sleek green
exterior to the cool A/C interior makes for an awesome classic
The upgraded paint looks like they turned up the vibrancy of 1969's
Rallye Green. So you get the right classic style with a touch more
look-at-me radiance. Some added flair in the paint is right for a
Road Runner because these Plymouths had a substantial style with
plenty of sheet metal. So it's great to have a modern clearcoat
shine. In fact, this year they did everything with plenty of size.
There are wide chrome bumpers, long hood vent trim, wide dual
exhaust tips, broad quad headlights, and long creases on the
fenders. This muscle Mopar looks substantial. But this is a
driver-ready driver-quality car that never takes itself too
seriously. After all, the horn gives the classic cartoon Beep!
The black vinyl interior is a tasteful contrast to the bright green
exterior, and the door panels prove it. The carpeting, upholstery,
dash, trunk, and many fundamentals all look good. There are even
nice details, like the working dome light. Two wide rows of bench
seats make it easy to share this Mopar with family and friends.
There are even upgrades like the AM/FM/cassette stereo and
cold-blowing air conditioning to keep them all happy. But you don't
need any of them to have fun with this Road Runner. It feels like a
driver's car from the moment you grab the factory three-spoke wheel
with your left hand, and your right hand will love the Hurst
Road Runners are meant to be muscle machines, and so it's
especially nice to see the engine bay filled with its
numbers-matching 383 cubic-inch V8 with a four-barrel carb on top.
The bold orange block and newer yellow plug wires look particularly
attractive against the green inner walls. It has a well-maintained
look, right down to the belts, and the way this one runs strong
reaffirms proper care. You have complete control over the big block
and its rumble thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. This
is a solid driver that likes you to feel the road, just like you
expect from a classic Road Runner. But there are also wide BF
Goodrich T/A on the classic Mopar road wheels for proper grip.
Bold, cool, and powerful - this numbers-matching Road Runner has
true distinction, and it's going fast. Call today!!!
1969 Plymouth Road Runner
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