my 1970 plymouth roadrunner on nfs pro street. this is the only game that i have that has the roadrunner in it. im not sure it is a 70 roadrunner could be a 68 or 69. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
1970 Plymouth Roadrunner test drive.wmv
Base model 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner... FK5 Deep Burnt Orange..383 magnum...335hp... single point ignition...727 torqueflite transmission with column shift....standard braking system with drum brakes..Power steering...AM radio.. tachometer,oil, water,and ampmeter needle gauges Bench seats. All standard equipment..... Some modifications to engine, transmission and drivetrain, plus a roadrunner dust trail , hood stripes and sun tach was added. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd plus stopping test was a success. An improved track time is expected.
DODGE CHARGER 1970 Lego mopar high performance car
Finaly, i finished my Dodge Charger. It took me a half year to build. I build everything from scratch. There are no drawing of this car what so ever.
You can find more info at my MOCpages.
1970 Plymouth Road Runner
Many consider the '70 to be the toughest looking RR ever. My understanding is the car was an accident. Chrysler wanted the '71 bodies to appear in '70 but someting happened and this body was made. I'm thinking NASCAR and the Superbirds presence had something to do with it. Superbirds & 69 Daytonas did exceptionally well in 70 given an aerodynamic drag coefficient that rivals today's cars. 0.29 I think or 0.27 - can't remember right now. The '71s couldn't hold a candle to the speed and agility of the 69 Daytonas & 70 Superbirds. Corrections accepted and posted. Taken 21 October 2011.
1969 Plymouth Roadrunner 4 SPEED SOLD SOLD SOLD
http://www.ericsmusclecars.com/car.php?car=437 to offer this aweosme 1969 Plymouth Road Runner. Powered by a 383 Magnum stock 335 hp with 833 manual trans 4 speed and 323 limited slip rear. The Paint is a very nice Sunfire Yellow paint with extra clean black interior. For the real man a Non Power steering & brakes Mopar this car includes a working AM thumbnail radio and factory tach and rides on magnum wheels red line tires. Not a trace of rust on this car as it has been babied since new !
1970 Plymouth Roadrunner 440-6bbl FOR SALE
Big block multi-carbureted muscle cars are it! 440cid V-8 with 3X2bbls carbs @ 390hp, Torqueflite automatic, correct 8 ¾ rear, great looking B5 blue metallic paint w/ black callouts, rare functional air-grabber hood + air cleaner, black interior nicely restored, full factory gauges w/ 150 speedo, original thumbwheel AM/FM stereo, 15 rally wheels w/ BFG radial T/As, go wing, correct dual Exhaust + tips, detailed trunk/spare/jack, power steering, fast, sounds great!
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Murray Markwell of Southern Customs, in Pakenham Melbourne loves his American Muscle Cars, he also loves having a beer and having a chat. Murray is a walking talking encyclopedia of information about cars and car culture. Bandit Films were happy to go along for the ride and film this old NASCAR behemoth, a true testament to speed, power and money...
Director: Aaron Cuthbert
Director of Photography/ Editing/Colour Grade: Daniel De Silva
Producer/ Photography: Tom Broadhurst
Title: The Outside Man theme music
Composer: Michel Legrand
About the Superbird:
Developed specifically for NASCAR racing, the Superbird, a modified Road Runner/Belvedere, was Plymouth's follow-on design to the Charger Daytona fielded by sister company Dodge in the previous season. The Charger 500 version that began the 1969 season was the first American car to be designed aerodynamically using a wind tunnel and computer analysis, and later was modified into the Daytona version with nose and tail. The Superbird's smoothed-out body and nosecone were further refined from that of the Daytona, and the street version's retractable headlights added nineteen inches to the Road Runner's original length. The rear spoiler, or "wing", was mounted on tall vertical struts that put it into less disturbed air thus increasing the efficiency of the downdraft that it placed upon the car's rear axle. In street versions, it was designed to provide clearance for the trunklid to open freely. The rear-facing fender scoops were incorporated in an effort to ventilate trapped air from the wheel wells in order to facilitate brake cooling.
A Mopar Orange Plymouth Superbird.
In response, NASCAR's homologation requirement demanded that vehicles to be raced must be available to the general public and sold through dealerships in specific minimum numbers. For 1970, NASCAR raised the production requirement from 500 examples to one for every two manufacturer's dealers in the United States; in the case of Plymouth, that meant having to build 1,920 Superbirds. Due to increasing emissions regulations, combined with insurance hikes for high performance cars, 1970 was its only production year.
"Superbird" decals were placed on the outside edges of the spoiler vertical struts featuring a picture of the Road Runner cartoon character holding a racing helmet. A smaller version of the decal appears on the driver side headlight door. Superbirds had three engine options: the 426 Hemi V8 engine, the 440 Super Commando with a single 4-barrel carburetor, or the 440 Super Commando Six Barrel with three two-barrel carburetors. Only 135 models were fitted with the 426 Hemi. As the 440 was less expensive to produce, the "Street" version of the 426 Hemi engine used in competition was homologated by producing the minimum number required.
On the street, the nose cone and wing were very distinctive, but the aerodynamic improvements hardly made a difference there or on the drag strip. In fact, the 1970 Road Runner was actually quicker in the quarter mile and standard acceleration tests due to the increased weight of the Superbird's nose and wing. Only at speeds in excess of 90 mph (140 km/h) did the modifications show any benefit.
2012 Just Drift Round 1 near crash between Spike Chen S13 and Rob Mcinerney Cressida
me and rob making sweet drift love at Just Drift round 1 2012 :P
complete MAGIC!.... a moment in time we shared.... as I slide on a collision course.. time stood still.... an eternity with in 2 seconds separates rob and I.
As i come closer , sideways, i can see his pupils getting larger and larger. His face, usually clad in expressions of "i don't give a f k", mixed with manly swagger now an empty canvas composed of the fear and helpless vulnerability of a doe in the headlights.
I smiled... thought to myself... "its ok baby, when you fall, i pick you up. i got this" (We close like that, no homo!) . As i come closer to the moment of no return, .... I finessed the throttle ever so slightly, made a slight steering adjustment..... and said " See baby... its ok... we got this "
GOOD TIMES between drift buddies! NO HOMO! HAHAHHAHAHHA!