One of the meanest cars on the block! This 1969 Roadrunner is direct from California and is finished in classic Vitamin C orange with black inserts. Under the hood is a strong running date coded correct magnum 383 cubic inch V8, Mopar performance valve covers, new 650 cfm 4-barrel Edelbrock carburetor and backed by a 727 TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission. Upgrades include a new high volume oil pump, new starter and new battery and upgraded factory fit AM/FM stereo. The original factory radiator is still intact and only 51,618 miles on the odometer, 8 ¾ rear end with high performance exhaust manifolds and dual exhaust. Nice driver with power steering, disc brakes and new BFG radial T/A tires. This long and lean Mopar is nicely presented and ready to tear up any road!
Barn finds are great, but this garage find on ClassicCars.com is exceptional
The Pick of the Day is a classic piece of American performance in Limelight Green with a 440 Six Pack under its hood
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