For Sale: 1970 Plymouth Road Runner in Mesa, Arizona

Vehicle Description

Classic Car Addict is proud to present this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner V-code 440 V8 6-pack for sale in our Mesa, AZ showroom. This 1970 Roadrunner has been beautifully restored from top to bottom, inside and out. It's going to be harder to find a meaner example of Mopar muscle than this! The sleek orange paint is the result of a solid investment in this Plymouth. Painted in the original Tor-Red (V2) paint code. It came directly from the factory with aggressive features like the optional hood pins, those large side scoops, and that big, bad Air Grabber hood that rises and looks like it wants to consume all the lesser cars as it charges up from behind. And we know you really love the Road Runner graphics that remind you about how this coupe can leave everyone else in the dust. But more than just the right color and muscle car features, we know you're attracted to this one because it shows there's been careful ownership in all the details. The panels line up nicely; the big chrome bummers rival the paint for shine; and the black stripes painted on the hood go nicely with the premium black vinyl roof. The turn signals in the performance hood bulge operate, the front and rear windshield have been replaced (new), door glass is original Chrysler glass as well. Inside is a highly original-style interior, but you can also see there has been a big investment in making it look great. For example, the seats have the correct white trim look, but you can also absolutely feel that these are far fresher than stock. Even the trim on the setbacks is still in place. Plus, you have matching door panels, plush capering, a taut headliner, and a clean dash with new gauges and new rally wood grain steering wheel. Even the factory AM radio is still on display. You even still have the Road Runner center cap, and year, the horn gives off the hallmark Beep! Beep! Everything else is operating in the interior (heater/defrost vents, blower motor and fan, windshield wipers/washer, cold air vents). In 1970 the base V8 for these Road Runner was the 383 cubic-inch unit. That's a great motor, but it was no match for the 440. This is a factory V-Code 440+6 (E87) car with the original numbers matching A-833 heavy duty 4-speed transmission (D21) with the Hurst Pistol Grip Shifter with the original Dana 60 3:54 Trac Pac Sure Grip Rear (A33). The 440ci engine in this car is not the original block that came with the car but has what appears to be a factory replacement block (casting date of Oct 1970). There is nothing (no numbers) stamped on the engine pad near the distributor. The car was built in September 1969. The "906" heads appear to be original to the car with the build date of 08-69. The block was fitted with the original heavy duty 6-pak rods and internals. The air grabber hood (N96) is fully functional and has heavy duty hemi K-frame and hemi front suspension which included heavier torsion bars. The car is equipped with four new all chrome 15" Magnum 500 wheels and four new tires (215/70 on the fronts and 275/60 on the rears). This will be sold on a clean Arizona title with the original fender tag and original Chrysler build sheet to document the cars authenticity. Don't let this Roadrunner slip through your fingers, call us today, 480-256-1459. Be sure to visit our website www.classiccaraddict.com, FB, Instagram and our YouTube channel to see 100+ HD photos and full virtual videos. Center Console Storage, Dome Lamp, Power Steering, Luxury Package, Sports Package, Bucket Seats

Vehicle Details

  • 1970 Plymouth Road Runner
  • Listing ID: CC-1622816
  • Price: $124,500
  • Location:Mesa, Arizona
  • Year:1970
  • Make:Plymouth
  • Model:Road Runner
  • Exterior Color:EV2 Tor Red high impact color
  • Interior Color:X9 high trim grade black vinyl bench
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:1025
  • Stock Number:CCA0239
  • VIN:RM23V0A123735
Listed By:
Classic Car Addict
535 W. Iron Ave.
Mesa, AZ 85210

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