1970 Satellite 440 is Gone (But my '73 RR will now live!)

My beloved little sweetheart "Granny" (full nickname Grandmere Demers after Charlie Demers' beautiful lamented '70 440+6 Roadrunner) is gone and I am crushed. But she went to a good home, Mark of WI who also owns a B7 '70 GTX and he'll lavish love on her too. Granny baby, I will miss you FOREVER! Now to get started on the 12-18 month plan to get my original owner 1973 400 auto Roadrunner back on the road. That's the reason Granny had to go. For the sake of my Bird which we ordered new in October 1972. PS: like the mufflers? Most people do. They were on my '73 originally and I have an NOS pair of them, they're Thrush CVX's, discontinued. Like a cross between Flowmaster and Dynomax, ballsy, loud but not glasspack crispy 'annoying loud.' http://www.storm.ca/~moparman

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1973 Roadrunner 440, walk around. For sale!!
Sorry for poor quality, recorded off my cell phone. Message me for my number. I have a 1973 Satellite, exact Roadrunner clone and looking at the option of getting rid of it. I have no need to just testing the waters. Virtually no rust on the entire car, WHOLE underside has been undercoated. Engine: Bigblock 440 -Cammed -Bored -Was told by the last owner it was stroked as well. -Holley 750 carb -Headmen headers (5/13) to glass pack to side cutouts -Electric radiator fan with switch -Aluminum radiator -Mopar Performance aluminum valve covers -Mopar Performance Breather (4/13) -Chrome air filter shroud -Spark plugs (5/13) -MSD 18:1 High torque, high compression mini starter (5/13) -Optima 800cca battery pulling 1200cca (5/13) -Accell 45,000v coil Transmission: 727 Torqueflight - TCI filter and pan gasket (4/13) - Bans adjusted (4/13) - TCI max shift Fluid (4/13) -Oil cooler Rear differential: 10 bolt 8 1/4 SureGrip (POSI/LSD) -85/90 fuid (4/1) -New gasket (4/13) Suspension/wheelsand tires -All new Bilstein shocks (9/12) -PST Bigger front sway bar (9/12) -PST rear sway bar (9/12) -All body bushings and rubbers (9/12 -Pitman arm (9/12 -Idler arm (9/12) -Indy 500 Firehawk tires, all 4 about new (9/12) -Deeper dish wheels Steering: -New power steering pump (4/13 -Aluminum steering coupler (4/13) -Rebuilt steering joint (9/12) -PST heavy duty tie rod sleeves (9/12) -PST heavy duty tie rods (inner and outer) (9/12) -PST heavy duty ball joints (9/12) -Fresh fluid (4/13) -Fresh alignment (4/13) Interior: -All new interior except dash and carpet --Dash cracked and carpet is just ugly -C.d. player -Speakers Body: -Virtually no rust --Little bubbling on quarter panel but that's it -440 raised hood Just recently bought all new ignition and other upgraded parts (haven't gone on yet) -Optima 800cca battery pulling 1200cca (4/13) -MSD wires (4/13) -Wire looms (4/13) -MSD Pro billet ready to run distributor (4/13) -MSD coil (4/13) -Oil pan gasket (4/13) -Oil, oil additive, oil cleaner and filter for next oil change (4/13) Miscellaneous: -Newer front wheel bearing, repacked (9/12) -Belts adjusted (4/13) -Coolant flushed (4/13) -Thermostat gasket (3/13) -Positive and negative battery cables (5/13) -Brake fluid flush (9/12) -Front rotors turned (9/12) **I also have all the receipts for all the work I have done.** Ill add more as I think of it and when I have time. I would love a trade preferably RWD or AWD and stick shift, no automatic and no FWD Otherwise 13,000 OBO





1973 Plymouth Roadrunner Resto I
My beloved '73 Roadrunner, ordered Oct. 17, 1972 delivered to Claireview Chrysler Plymouth in Pointe Claire, Que. Dec. 19, 1972 on my 17th birthday. (My parents let me pick/order the car so I wouldn't get a motorcycle.) FINALLY in to my preferred facility Riverside Restorations in Manotick, Ontario. My car is Galen Govier documented by the way. Original owner 400 auto. (Now 1971 440.) http://www.storm.ca/~moparman




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