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1973 Plymouth Roadrunner Tribute,Gateway Classic Cars-Nashville#342
For Sale in our Nashville showroom is a 1973 Plymouth Roadrunner tribute. This ’73 Roadrunner tribute has had so much money invested in it, that it should be called the stock broker. Nothing on this 1973 Plymouth Satellite/Roadrunner tribute has gone untouched. Where to start? The exterior has been coated in a luscious layer of Mopar’s “Plum Crazy” with black accents on the hood and rear spoiler. With a black hockey stick stripe running from the front bumper to the door handle where it turns up and runs across the roof. The shine on the outside come from the American racing five spoke rims that are wrapped in Goodyear Eagle tires 225/60/R16s up front while the back rolling stock is 295/45/ZR18s and the 2 inch difference really help this car sit just right. As for the interior, new vinyl bucket seats by legendary interiors, Tilt steering wheel by Ididit and the dash is brand new. The three speed automatic transmission can be controlled with two mopar icons, the pistol grip slap stick ratchet shifter. The car did not look this good when it was factory fresh. Now for the best parts, the drive train. Under the hood is a 383 stroked and built by speedomotive of west Covina CA. On top of this beast is a Elderbrock Performer intake topped with a Demon carburetor. The fire that lights this muscular mopar is pure MSD. With a MSD distributor feed by a MSD Blaster coil all controlled by a MSD box. This potent combo had been Dyno’ed at 555 horsepower and 595 feet pounds of tire scalding torque. There is nothing but high quality parts in this build, in fact the owner listed on his build sheet that the owner could not say the word “no” during the build of this sweet Plum crazy Roadrunner. Now this 1973 Roadrunner for sale hails from southern California and was rebuilt there in 2006, she moved to Tennessee in 2008 and has only 2,300 miles put on her since rebuild. Options for this Roadrunner for sale include: Air conditioning, AM/FM C/D player, power steering power brakes, tilt steering wheel, vinyl seats, radial tires, and aluminum alloy wheels to name a few. For more information call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or email us at gatewayclassiccars.com