Stunning, Fresh Rotisserie Restored, and Factory Documented 1970 HEMI Road Runner. This Original ‘B-Body (RM21) Post’ HEMI RR is One of Only 74 Manufactured in 1970 (One of 44 w/4spd Transmission). The Fully Rebuilt Driveline has been Inspected & Certified by David Wise of MMC Detroit, and is configured with its Renown 426ci 425hp 2-4 BBL HEMI V8, retains All Original Factory Bolt-On’s (Heads, Intake Manifold, Carburetors, Valve Covers, Water Pump, Exhaust Manifolds, Distributor & Harmonic Balancer), is mated to an A833 Pistol Grip 4spd Transmission, and linked to the A33 Performance Axle Package featuring a 9.75” Dana60 Sure-Grip Differential with 3.54 Gears. This Exceptional example maintains 100% of its Original Sheet Metal, Floor Boards, Original OEM Side/Rear Glass, and Original OEM Chrome & Stainless Steel. Additional Factory Options include the N96 Fresh Air Induction System (Air-Grabber), HEMI Heavy Duty Suspension, Heavy Duty Brakes, and 26” Heavy Duty Radiator with 7-Blade Torque Drive Fan. The Show Quality, High-Impact FC7 ‘In-Violet’ Metallic Finish surrounds a Perfectly Restored Bench Seat Interior with Front/Rear Seat Belts, 3-Speed Windshield Wipers, and AM Thumb-Wheel Radio with 8-Track Player. Original Rallye Wheels ride on Correct ‘Reproduction’ F60x15 Goodyear Polyglas GT Bias-Ply Tires. This Remarkable HEMI RR is Documented with its Original Factory Broadcast Sheet, is Listed in Govier’s Registry (Nov 2008), and has been Visually Inspected & Authenticated by David Wise (Jan 2017). This Outstanding HEMI Road Runner is a True, Investment Grade, Mopar Collectible!
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