Gateway Classic Cars of Detroit is proud to present this 1969
Plymouth Satellite Road Runner clone for sale. This Road Runner
clone is F 8 Green with matching vinyl interior. It is powered by a
440 CI six-barrel V8 with a 727 Tourqeflite transmission. It is a
Best Machine shop build, balanced and blueprinted with a forged
steel crank and rods. 9.5 Compression, speed pro pistons,
competition hydraulic cam, double spring valves, a Be Cool radiator
and high-volume oil and water pumps, Mopar electronic ignition, and
HP exhaust manifolds. The exhaust is 2 1/2 stainless steel with
Flowmaster mufflers. The car has a 2500 Stahl speed converter and
an 8 3/4 rear end with a 742 carrier and 3:91 gears. 15-inch steel
wheels with 15-inch Cooker redline radial tires, including a spare
really give the car a means business look. A restoration including
new quarters and valance panels, Six-barrel hood, bumpers,
windshield, and grille. Was completed 14 years ago. The Paint, F8
Green was done in 2016. Seat covers, carpet, headliner and door
panels have all been updated. The trunk has also been detailed with
a new mat and jack. To view this 1969 Plymouth Satellite Road
Runner clone in greater detail, including HD pictures and video,
find us online at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information,
visit our Detroit showroom, or call (313)-982-3100 for more
information. You can always email us as well at
1969 Plymouth Satellite
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