1969 Roadrunner Factory 4 Speed / Sure Grip car... Great running
and dependable. Get in, drive anywhere. Same owner since 1977. Used
as a daily driver until 2015. Equipped with a 383 HP engine with
80k miles donated from a '70 Cuda. The engine has been bored and
balanced with a mild Crane cam. Has a Carter 4bbl carb.
The car has factory original blue paint in and out. The paint is fair and the clear coat is badly oxidized. Body is straight and no major rust issues known. some surface rust - only in three places on the body (pictured) where paint has peeled. Typical Surface rust on undercarriage.
The Interior features bucket seats, console and original AM radio. A complete new Interior has just been installed (a complete factory replica interior from Yearone including headliner, seats, carpet, package tray and kick panels).
The car has a brand new trunk pan, new factory rubber trunk liner, new gas tank, pad, straps and float assembly .
Car comes with factory Chrysler Build Sheet and an extra 4-speed transmission.
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