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1972 Plymouth Road Runner Nascar-STREET LEGAL

1972 Petty Nascar tribute This Roadrunner has been rebuilt from top to bottom. It started out life as a 72 Plymouth satellite converted into what you see in the pics. Under the hood we put a crate 360 with a 36 month or 36000 mile warranty Edelbrock 600 carb Summit mid rise manifold Flotech headers Header wrap 3 ROW aluminum radiator Zirgo 3600 CFM electric fan 904 Transmission (rebuilt) Mallory HYFIRE 6A ignition system with distributor MSD High torque starter Stainless steel Flex braided fuel line to rear fuel cell Carter mechanical Fuel pump Brakes For a better ride we upgraded the front brakes to a Summit Disc brake system with Drilled/Slotted rotors with all new STAINLESS STEEL BRAKE LINES FRONT AND REAR and REBUILT drums on the rear Interior The interior was altered so that the creature comforts and security of the original car are still intact. You can still roll up the front and rear windows and the heater/defroster still work (controls hidden under dash with easy access to driver). Wipers still work and are controlled by toggle switch on dash. 10 Point roll cage (Welded in) New headliner New loop carpet Aluminum dash Aluminum door panels Jegs high-back seats with Blue cushions 6 point RCI harnesses Stuart Warner Gauges JVC 3" DVD player with USB port. All the stereo components can be removed in 15 Minutes if you want to take the car Vintage racing. 8" Kickers / 3.5" mids / MTX AMP Nascar toggle switches Nascar steering wheel Exterior The exterior of the Roadrunner was kept closely to that of The King's from 71 with the exception that he ran steel wheels and a few of the sponsors were interchanged with that of parts on the car now. The headlights and tailights have LEXAN covers wrapped in perforated vinyl that light easily shines through. They can be removed in minutes with velcro in front and 4 bolts in the rear. LEXAN headlight and tailight covers HIGH PERFORMANCE Vinyl lettering Blue streak Goodyear tires Aero Wheels 15X8 FRONTS and 15X10 REARS Summit disc brake conversion kit Door poppers Aluminum spoiler Rear springs rearched lower for stance Full alignnment with power bleed Extras This Roadrunner has a few extras on it 3" Exhaust with flapper valve. Normally goes thru Exhaust via muffler until you flip the switch and go from strong and silent to loud and proud out the side to 2 Nascar BOOM TUBES open header Door poppers - Controlled via KEY FOB up to 100' away. Driver and passenger side 15 gal fuel cell with FAST FILL system TAYLOR aluminum Battery box Diecast model of actual car Lexan display containing pictures and postcards of Petty's car 5' WIDE by 3' TALL "43" for your garage Front spoiler still being added but not ready for pics. Also have rear bumper ties made of aluminum included with auction but not drilled into car. I can install them for you but did not want to drill holes in new paint if you dont want them. Car has been a great driver and head turner at the shows so far. Never any problems. Runs at about 198 or cooler with the aluminum radiator on a 85 degree day.


 


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