CLICK DIRECTLY ABOVE FOR MORE PHOTOS AND A VIDEO OF THIS VEHICLE !!THIS VEHICLE IS LOCATED IN OUR PA. SHOWROOM FREE SHIPPING AND 1 YEAR WARRANTY !!14 Inch Wheels. Factory Alternator Gauge. Plymouth Badge On Hood. 383 Hood Scoop Emblems. Factory Dash. Power Steering. 383ci 6 Pack Engine. Factory Fuel Gauge. Rear Tires: 225/70R14. 4-Wheel Drum Brakes. Factory Magnum Style Wheels. Roadrunner "BeepBeep" Horn. 727 Torqueflite Automatic�Trans. Factory Six Pack Air Cleaner. Roadrunner Decals. 8 3/4 Mopar Rear End. Factory Steering Wheel. Roadrunner Emblems. All Seatbelts Installed. Factory Tachometer. Spare Tire and Bumper Jack. Aluminum Intake. Factory Water Temp Gauge. Stock Cast Exhaust Manifolds. BFGoodrich Radial TA Tires. Fan Shroud. Stock Coil. Black Hood Stripes. Front Tires: 225/70R14. Stock Distributor. Blue Exterior. Headrests. Stock Radiator. Chrome Front and Rear Bumpers. Heater Lines are Hooked Up. Trunk Mat. Column Shift. Holley 6 Pack Carburetors. White Boot for Top. Dual Exhaust. JVC Stereo. White Convertible Top. Edelbrock Air Gap Intake. Manual Brakes. White Vinyl Bench Seat. Factory 120mph Speedometer. Mechanical Fuel Pump. Visit Hanksters online at www.Hanksters.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 724-471-2975 for PA or 386-944-9219 for FL to schedule your visit today. Note: FREE SHIPPING AND WARRANTY IS ONLY ON SELECT VEHICLES AT THE FULL RETAIL PRICE FREE SHIPPING IS ONLY IN THE CONTIGUOUS US ..
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