1968 Plymouth Road Runner Pillared Coupe Rebuilt 383-4bbl Engine
(Bored .30 Over) TorqueFlite 727 Automatic Transmission Silver
Metallic Exterior New Black Vinyl Bucket Seat Interior Upgraded
Wood Steering Wheel 8-3/4 SureGrip Rear with 3.90 Gears Amazingly
Beautiful Road-Chicken that is As Straight as can be. Looks Great
Dressed in Silver Metallic and it Boy, Does it Shine in Any
Lighting! Mild Performance Add-ons Edelbrock Performer Intake with
750 Carb Electric Fuel Pump Hooker Headers Correct 15" Magnum 500
Wheels with Radial Tires Data Plate Original Broadcast Sheet Galen
Govier Decoded Paperwork Chrysler Registry Certificate Mechanical
Receipts Plymouth went back to the basics when they created the
1968 Road Runner. After deciding that muscle cars had gotten away
from their original purpose of being fast affordable thrills,
Plymouth paid Warner Brothers $50,000 to affix the "road runner"
cartoon bird onto its new vehicle, which was based on a stripped
Belvedere, thus in 1968 the Road Runner was born. The standard
engine was none other than MOPAR's tried and true 383 power-plant
V8, included the heads, manifolds, camshafts, crankcase windage
tray, and valve springs from the race ready 440 Magnum. The new
Road Runner was also equipped with heavier duty suspension, manual
transmission, and numerous other performance pieces. Comfort was
basic with no carpeting - just rubber floor mats and a bench seat.
Mopar performance seekers were pleased with the new addition, as
the base price started at just $2896 and for just $714 more the
Hemi 426 could be had. We Sell and Ship Worldwide as well as Offer
Low Interest Financing to Qualified Buyers. Dome Lamp, Tinted
Glass, Armrests - Dual Front, Automatic Transmission, Am/Fm Radio,
Sports Package, Chrome Wheels
1968 Plymouth Road Runner
Location:Hilton, New York
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