For sale at Gateway Classic Cars in our St. Louis showroom is a documented 1970 Plymouth Road Runner convertible. Powered by the original 383 cubic inch Big Block and mated to the original 4-speed manual transmission. The 8 3/4 rear is housing 3.55 Posi-traction gears. A perfect set up for cruising in town or on the highway. What more could one ask for than a big block convertible with a 4-speed and an Air Grabber hood? Sign me up! Painted in F8 Green with a black power soft top and a black vinyl interior complimented by steel rally wheels and modern radial rubber. Inside this beautiful Road Runner is a Hurst Pistol Grip Shifter just begging for someone to go through the gears. Both the engine and transmission have been professionally rebuilt and the engine features electronic ignition. Other notable restoration details include a new interior by Legendary Interiors, new leaf springs, new front suspension, Power front disc brakes and new paint with a great shine. Accompanying the sale are copies of the original build sheet, window sticker and purchase order from July of 1970. Not many of these 70' Road Runners were built, don't miss your chance to add one to your collection. For more information on this rare 1970 Plymouth Road Runner convertible, call 618-271-3000 or stop by our St. Louis showroom. To view HD photos and video, visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com
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