133023 / 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/76lfcgh Envisioned by its owner as the perfect mix of classic muscle car attitude and first class modern performance, this 1969 Plymouth Road Runner is one of the finest Mopar pro-tourers we've ever featured! This Road Runner's complete rotisserie restoration began when Steve Koepke of Classic Ventures in Woodstock, Illinois meticulously stripped its solid original body, welded up a set of high quality quarters and block sanded every one of its facets until he had a smooth, consistent canvas. Once that canvas was fully prepped from top to bottom, a slick coat of Charcoal Gray urethane was expertly applied under bright red, horizontal pin stripes and buffed to the kind of brilliant wet-look shine that can only be achieved with today's advanced paint technology. The result is one super slick Mopar muscle car which wraps brutal performance in killer good looks! Raise the wide, Charcoal hood and you'll find a killer 500 cubic inch monster block which takes this Mopar from 'very appealing' to 'MUST HAVE'. At the top of that engine, a simple chrome breather funnels wind from a re-usable filter element to a giant Demon 850 carburetor that's juiced by fresh stainless fuel lines. At the base of that carburetor, an Indy dual plane intake sends a rich air/fuel mixture into aluminum Indy 440EZ-1 cylinder heads that are equipped with both Crane Cams hydraulic roller lifters and Harland Sharp roller rocker arms. Those heads are bolted to a familiar 440 block that's been bored 0.30 over and equipped with a complete Eagle stroker kit which includes an Eagle steel crank, Eagle H-beam connecting rods, SRP pistons with Speed Pro rings and Clevite bearings. The car's massive 11 to 1 compression is managed by a Competition hydraulic roller camshaft that's hooked to a Cloyes timing chain. And spent gases are efficiently expelled through a slick set of TTI ceramic coated long tube headers. Fire is supplied by an MSD Pro-billet distributor which shoots sparks through high performance Taylor plug wires. And cooling comes courtesy of a heavy duty aluminum radiator which sits in front of two quick spinning electric puller fans. Behind the big bore engine you'll find a slick shifting Centerforce hydraulic clutch that's connected to a Tremec 5-speed transmission and a stalwart Ford nine inch limited slip rear end which is complete with a Strange aluminum center section, Strange axle shafts and new 3.73 gears. Naturally, the car's old-school front torsion bar and rear leaf spring suspension has been exchanged for a more competent independent front, four link rear set up. And that new suspension is augmented with tubular control arms, a thick front sway bar, adjustable QA1 coil over shocks, fresh power rack and pinion steering and a Wilwood brake system which includes 11 inch slotted discs at all four corners. At the center of the car, custom fabricated, and custom welded, subframe connectors ensure the buff engine's ample torque doesn't manifest itself as unfortunate twist. And at the corners of the car, power flows through a sweet set of 18 inch, solid aluminum wheels that are wrapped in aggressive 245/40 front and 285/40 rear BF Goodrich G-Force T/A radials. Open this Plymouth's big, solid doors and sit down inside a cockpit where the timeless good looks of American muscle meld seamlessly with tasteful upgrades and modern conveniences. The custom leather and suede seats, which were supplied by Addison Auto Interiors of Addison, Illinois, are firm and feel much more upscale than traditional Mopar hardware. At the bottom of those seats, fresh Maroon carpet props a chrome Hurst shifter under a faux carbon fiber pistol grip handle. In front of the seats the car's pristine Maroon dash hangs a custom gauge panel, which is complete with stylish Auto Meter American Muscle gauges, beside a remote controlled Kenwood CD player and traditional buttons for the car's heat and air conditioning system. At the sides of the seats, custom Maroon and Black door panels hang pliable armrests between fresh stainless trim, new chrome window cranks and bright chrome door handles. And in front of the driver, a familiar Mopar Tuff Wheel spins around a rebuilt original steering column. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!

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132898 / 1969 1/2 Dodge Coronet Superbee
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/7xho6fp RK Motors Charlotte is unquestionably the home of the A12; you know, those killer Super Bees and Road Runners with lift-off hoods, 440 Six Pack engines, and four manual gears in the transmission. We've sold more than just about anyone else, and our staff is comprised of experts who know these cars inside and out and can tell from 20 feet away whether they're correct. We've restored the two most valuable A12s in existence, the first one off the assembly line and the famous Project Six Pack racer. We're not alone in our appreciation of these amazing machines, either, and nobody here at RK Motors Charlotte was surprised when the market for these cars took a big jump skyward. Recent auction results show that even non-numbers-matching A12s are red hot, with more than a few changing hands for six-figure price tags. Even Sports Car Market magazine noted that at $120,000, a non-numbers-matching car was priced "market correct." Now take a moment to consider what a documented, 4-speed A12 with its original, numbers-matching engine in a one-of-one color combination might be worth today... Well, actually, you don't have to imagine it. RK Motors Charlotte is proud to present this totally unique, correct, matching-numbers A12 restored by our own craftsmen and ready to start collecting trophies at the very highest levels. Seriously, have you ever seen an A12 with a white vinyl top? I'm guessing the answer is, "No," because this A12 is a documented one of one! And yes, we have a Chrysler Corporation Broadcast Sheet on the car to back up its unusual configuration, as well as the original Lynch Road fender tag that is still on the car. Ironically, while these cars were originally cheap and dirty racers for guys with only 3 or 4 nickels to rub together, this one has had a fortune invested in it to make it one of the nicest A12s on Earth. Panel gaps are excellent all around, and even the lift-off hood fits better than they did when they were new. We had this car parked next to the all-original survivor A12 on the floor, and the difference between this paint and the vintage 1969 stuff is mind-blowing. Don't get me wrong, original is cool, but anyone who sees this car in person will understand that there's just nothing like immaculate, deep, color-sanded and buffed urethane to make a car look like a million bucks. OK, so it looks nice. How does it run? Well, have a look under the hood. That's the original, matching-numbers 440HP big block, fully detailed and covered in matching Hemi Orange paint. Up top, there's a correct Edelbrock Six Pack intake with three 2-barrel carburetors complete with the proper choke and fast idle solenoid assemblies, all fed by that giant oval air cleaner that inhales deeply through the scoop on the lift-off hood. The battery's a group 25 reproduction item with the correct red caps, and note that the alternator pulley is the correct 2-belt piece, even though these cars never used the second groove. New cables, the correct PCV valve and a rebuilt master cylinder add to the look, and it was assembled and painted just the way the factory would do it, overspray and all. Underneath you'll find some of the finest metalwork we've ever seen on a car. Since this is an A12, after all, there's also a heavy duty 4-speed manual transmission feeding a stout Dana 60 out back with 4.10 gears and a Sure Grip limited slip unit. There's a new dual Exhaust system with all the correct hangers and polished tips, rebuilt stock suspension, and fresh brakes all around. Wheels are correctly stamped A12 steel units finished in basic black wearing Goodyear Polyglas redlines as original. A vast majority of these cars had black interiors, so finding one spec'd with an original white interior is a very pleasant surprise. The black carpets and dashboard keep it from being overwhelming, and all the soft parts are new, of course. Rebuilt gauges, including the Tic-Toc-Tach, live under a fresh dash pad, and tie in nicely with the restored steering wheel. The white seats feature new foam over the original frames, covered with exact reproduction seat covers that fit snugly and without the wrinkles you see on lesser restorations. Those of you who have admired some of RK Motors other restorations, well, here's your chance to own an incredibly rare A12 that was restored by the nation's foremost A12 authority. You'll blow people away at shows with the unusual color combination, and I can almost guarantee nobody has ever seen one like this before. The market is definitely on the move, and you can own this correct, freshly restored A12 with its original, numbers-matching engine for about what the other guys are paying for also-rans. Visit our website at http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com now before someone else recognizes that this is a rare opportunity!





134680 / 1969 Plymouth Road Runner SRT-8
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1969 Plymouth Roadrunnerfor sale at with test drive, driving sounds, and walk through video
http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com/1969-plymouth-roadrunner-lift-off-hoo d-440-6bbl-c-1132.htm http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com 301.816.1000 1969½ Lift-Off Hood 440-6bbl Roadrunner - rare A12 code, in the Chrysler registry as #090, Galen Govier authenticated, rare matching #s 440-6bbl (3X2bbl carbs) engine with correct intake carbs + heads, detailed engine compartment w/ correct battery, hoses and clamps, original A833 4-speed transmission, original 4.10 gear DANA w/ sure grip, original body codes wrapped in mirror finish Dark bronze metallic paint, matching saddle tan interior w/ full factory gauges, detailed trunk w/ matching spare, jack + trunk mat, painted and detailed undercarriage, painted steel wheels w/ redlines, great sounding correct dual Exhaust, very documented, very correct, 1 of only 388 built!




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