134268 / 1970 Plymouth Road Runner
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If you're in the market for a super-clean street bruiser that you can play
with and travel in for years to come, jump behind the wheel of this
incredibly priced Plymouth!
This slick coupe's high quality, frame-up restoration began with what
appears to be a solid, damage-free body. That body's panels were
painstakingly stripped, sanded and massaged to better-than-showroom
condition. Once those massaged panels were correctly aligned, and the car's
intimidating ambiance fully reconstructed, a smooth coat of Chrysler FE5
two-stage was laid under a correct transverse stripe. And the result is an
ultra-straight, fully sorted pavement pounder that inspires comments and
elicits stares every time it hits the road!
Make good use of the aforementioned hood pins and you'll find a 400 cubic
inch Chrysler B block that, thanks to a complete rebuild, looks as natural
as a Superbird in winner's circle. Oxygen whips through the car's 'Air
Grabber' hood to a Hemi Orange cleaner that feeds a big Holley carburetor
and beefy Weiand intake. At the front of that intake, an MSD Pro-Billet
distributor translates MSD 6AL-2 spark into fire for MSD Super Conductor
plug wires. At the sides of that distributor, Edelbrock Performer RPM heads
hang cast valve covers and a new Edelbrock breather over coated, long-tube
headers. Cooling is supplied by a correct Chrysler radiator, which utilizes
pliable hoses, an aluminum water pump and simple squeeze clamps to send
water past fresh V-belts, rebuilt ancillaries and a reproduction Mopar
This Plymouth's chassis specs leave little question as to why Chrysler's
B-body architecture was such a huge hit with performance car fans. Take a
step under our lift and you'll find a tough ol' stoplight skeleton that
still wears a thick layer of undercoating. Behind the thumpin' B block, a
rugged A833 4-speed twists a familiar Chrysler 8.75-inch rear end around
streetable, 3.23 gears. Below that proven drivetrain, a heavy duty front
torsion bar and rear leaf suspension includes factory power steering, a
correct sway bar and manual front disc and rear drum brakes. And power
flows to the pavement through familiar, 15-inch Rallye wheels, which spin
235/60 Goodyear Eagle GTIIs in front of 255/60 Goodyear Eagle GTIIs.
When you open this Road Runner's solid doors, you'll find a cockpit where
legendary Mopar power melds seamlessly with a stylish, no-nonsense driving
environment. At the center of the car's floors, firm front bucket and rear
bench seats have been stuffed with fresh padding and topped with correct
silver-piped and Plymouth-embossed covers. The car's expertly restored dash
hangs rebuilt factory gauges beside a correct Chrysler Solid State radio.
In front of the driver, a monochromatic steering wheel spins a silver horn
ring around a cool Road Runner centerpiece. And behind the cockpit, a fully
restored trunk is authentic to its refurbished jack, full-size spare and
centered decklid decal.
Over the past few years, some of our best sellers have been ultra-clean
Mopar road warriors. They're fast. They're tons of fun. And best of all,
you don't have to spend the kid's college fund to buy one! Call, click or
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71 Plymouth GTX Startup
1971 Plymouth GTX that I've been working on getting back on the road. We
got it as a "almost running" car. "Almost running" was somewhere between
very generous and flat out false. We've ended up replacing all the bushings
in the suspension and rebuilding the engine and the brakes. Now it's
getting to the point that it's driveable and hoo-boy is it a hoot. Always
fun to do the no tag, no muffler shakedown run :)
Here's some specs:
440cu (7.2L) V8 with 727 Torqeflite reverse manual valve body; 8 3/4 rear
end with 3.91 gearset. All going out to a pair of 15x10 Centerline rims
with BF Goodrich 295/50R15 tires. Still not sure if we're going to be
putting in the 4-speed or keeping the brutal automatic. Such a fun car. My
little camera can't capture the amount of noise this thing puts out. It
currently is just running around an old set of 2.5" pipes with no mufflers
that end somewhere under the rear seats.
Can't get enough Mopar!
1970 Roadrunner 440 Tony Flemings Ultimate Garage reviews horsepower ripoff complaints video
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!
1968 Plymouth Barracuda Features Sales Training Film
The 1968 Plymouth Barracuda product sale features training film. This Film
points out clearly what is new, different, and better about the 1981
Plymouth Barracuda. It was used to train the sales people. The car that
Shut Down King: Ronnie Sox Tests the Mopar Hemi vs. GTO vs.Chevelle vs. Fairlane 1966!
In 1966, a group of 4 amateur Drag racers and one expert by the name of
Ronnie Sox drag test Detroit's hottest new iron. Each driver gets a chance
at each car, and the E.T.'s and MPH's are averaged. All 4 cars were
equipped with the manufacturers hottest big block and 4 speed
1966 Ford Fairlane 390
1966 Pontiac GTO 389
1966 Chevrolet Chevelle 396
1966 Plymouth Sattelite 426 Hemi
1966 Dodge Coronet 500
This our 1966 Coronet, my father and I have been tinkering around with this
car for a while now, and I thought I'd throw a video of it up, as there
don't seem to be very many good '66 Coronet videos on youtube. I forgot a
whole bunch of details as I was filming, as it was on a whim (hence the
lack of articulateness) , but feel free to ask any questions you may have
about the car, and comments are always appreciated.
1957 Plymouth Belvedere - Oldtimerfriedhof Kaufdorf - Swiss Junkyard (2/2)
Today we picked up the 1957 Belvedere 4dr sedan I bought a few months ago.
Roger Linder was a great help and gently loaded the car onto the trailer.
Thanks a lot!
Heute ist es soweit! Wir sind in Kaufdorf und holen den 1957er Plymouth
Belvedere ab, den ich dort bei der Auktion im September 2009 gekauft habe.
Roger Linder lädt das Fahrzeug vorsichtig auf unseren Anhänger, ohne
seine Hilfe hätten wir verdammt alt ausgesehen. Vielen Dank, Roger!
Vielen Dank übrigens auch noch an die Idioten, die fast sämtliche
vorhandene Zierleisten, Schriftzüge und diverse Knöpfe gestohlen
haben...muss sowas eigentlich sein?
If you're a fan of the movie "Christine" or 1957 / 58 Plymouths in general
don't forget to join the International Christine Club.
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133343 / 1971 Dodge Dart
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If you like Mopar power in small packages, it doesn't get much better than
this 1971 Dodge Dart. Featuring a pro built 440, drag-ready suspension and
a fully functional interior, this meticulously restored Dart strikes the
perfect balance between street and strip. At under $30k, you can have fun
blowing the doors off stock HEMI cars and still have leftover money for gas
and rear tires.
The beneficiary of a rotisserie restoration, the panels on this '71 are
solid and true. Originally a GW3 Bright White car, those panels now wear an
expertly applied coat of DuPont's Viper Red. The paint is practically
luminescent and free of any notable imperfects. Peek underneath and you'll
find that glossy paintwork extends to the floor pans. Panel fitment is far
better than what the Windsor, Ontario plant was capable of. Gaps are even
all around and doors shut with ease.
From bumpers to badging, all trim is show quality. A fiberglass AAR Six Pak
hood adds an aggressive look to the otherwise subtle Dart.
Lift the hood and you'll find a period correct 440 block that's been bored
,30 and stuffed with speed parts such as Speed Pro 10:1 forged pistons,
Clevite rods and a Comp XE284H camshaft. The 452 heads have been ported ,
polished and topped with chrome valve covers. Up top, a Holley no-choke
4-barrel carburetor sits atop a Weiand Team G intake manifold. The set up
breathes through coated under-frame headers that connect to 3" piping and
chambered race mufflers.
Backing the 440 is a JW Performance A727 Torqueflite automatic transmission
built with a reverse manual valve body, 3,400 rpm stall converter and a
Mopar SFI flex plate. A Mancini driveshaft loop keeps the custom driveshaft
in place while transferring power to the Sure-Grip equipped Dana 60.
Suspension is aided by Competition Engineering 3-way adjustable shocks up
front with staggered leafs and Mopar Super Stock shocks. At the corners,
15-inch Weld Pro-Star wheels are wrapped in BF Goodrich rubber.
Inside, a fully restored bench-seat interior retains most of its stock
charm. The Music Master AM radio is even in its original place. A Mopar
Tuff steering wheel has been added along with Auto Meter gauges that
monitor rpms, oil pressure, voltage and water temperature. Gear selection
comes courtesy of a B&M Prostick shifter.
Most Mopar builds of this quality would easily run you into second mortgage
territory. For $30k, this fully sorted Dart delivers on all fronts. If
you're looking for a badass cruiser with plenty of bite, don't miss your
opportunity to take this one home. Call, click or visit