1970 Plymouth Superbird Moparty Power Tour 2013
A 1970 Plymouth Superbird I shot at the Moparty in conjunction with the
Chattanooga stop on the Hot Rod Power Tour 2013...Very nice Car....Same
owner for over 20 yrs and only restored once...and it's a 4-Speed...Check
it out!!...Make sure you follow me so that you don't miss any of the other
cool cars I shot at this event!!
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1969 Road Runner
A 1969 Road Runner I found at The Main Street Cruise In Cleveland
Tennessee..A very nice Car...check it out!!
1969 Plymouth Road Runner Orng
Perfect condition! 383 c.i. engine, air inducted through the hood to the
air cleaner, 4 speed manual. Good thing Wylie and Road Runner are
separated...wouldn't want any bloodshed! LOL!
1968 Plymouth GTX Hardtop Wht WG012112
Beautiful restoration! The trim level of this car is not to be confused
with the Road Runner..this is the deluxe version, with bucket seats,
console, roll down rear windows. I love the hood on this car--it lets you
know with certainty that a 440 c.i. engine is under the hood! The
character lines on the side of the car add to the coolness!
1969 Plymouth Road Runner Wht
Beautiful condition...a few mods under the hood, but the overall car is a
great example. The classic example of a base hardtop with a big engine,
and of course the hip reference to cartoon characters...that definitely got
young people's attention! Just what Plymouth needed at the time!
1968 Plymouth Road Runner
This is one of the nicest restored, documented, numbers matching 1968, 426
Hemi, Plymouth Road Runners in existence today. This car comes with full
Galen Govier documentation papers and certificate. We also has a complete
photo book showing and documenting this Rotisserie restoration. We have
many receipts and Dyno
sheets for this car. I must add the transmission is not the original, but
correct for the car. It is dated Feb 27, 1968. This car was built on or
about Dec. 04, 1967. With that being said, the motor is stamped Oct. 28,
1967. This is the original 426 Hemi RB block that came in this car. Only
840, 426 Hemi Road Runner 2 door coupes were built in 1968. Only 391
Automatics in US. This car is # 22 of 62 built at the St. Louis Mo. plant.
This car is Matador Red with Very Rare Silver Interior. The car now has
266 miles on it since its restoration. This is not a car you have seen on
TV auctions or advertised anywhere. This is an uncirculated car coming out
of an extensive Hemi collection. This car was restored to concourse
specifications, even the voltage regulator is date coded correct for this
car. More details and pictures are available at http://carsetc.com.
1969 Plymouth Road Runner
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This is a "one of a kind" Road Runner located in Chur Switzerland.
Only one made in this constellation. Galen Govier documented...
MOPAR OR NO CAR!!!
133322 / 1969 Plymouth Road Runner
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If you bought into the notion that cartoons are for kids, drop it and get
behind the wheel of this '69 Plymouth Road Runner. With one of the greatest
designs of the day backed by the single greatest engine of the time, this
no-frills thriller encapsulates everything that was right about the muscle
Plymouth designers took the basic idea of stripped-down racer and
translated into one of the most sturdy looking designs of the muscle car
era. Comprised largely of straight lines and angles, the Road Runner
doesn't look muscular like most of its competitors -- it looks
indestructible. This B-body looks especially tough in its coat of B7
Jamaica Blue paint with longitudinal white stripes accenting the body
lines. Fresh out of an extensive restoration, the paint work is first rate
and displays a level of depth that factory sprayed cars simply can't
Chrome not looks heavy -- it is heavy. To keep the weight down, Plymouth
designers kept their use of shiny bits to a minimum. The result is an
industrial grade look that let's everybody know this car is all business.
From the performance hood to the iconic Roadrunner decals, everything is
here and looking better than new.
From the name to the design, the Roadrunner was built with one intention --
eliminating stop light competition. While the base 383 was nothing to laugh
at, it was the 426 Hemi that made the car a legend. This is a true Hemi car
and the date-coded Elephant between the frame rails looks right at home,
dressed with a Coyote Duster air cleaner, wrinkle finish valve covers and
the token orange overspray on the negative battery cable. The engine fires
up on the first try and behaves well for a Hemi.
Take a look underneath the pristine body and you'll find a clean
undercarriage with lots of correct hardware and solid floorpans that wear
just the right amount of Jamaica Blue overspray. In the center, an
18-spline A833 four-speed manual transmission transfers power down the
driveshaft and out to the Dana 60 differential packed with 4.10 gears. The
suspension remains stock with manual steering and power drum brakes. At the
corners, body-matched steel wheels wear dog dishes with Goodyear F70-15's
protecting them from the pavement.
Between the Jamaica Blue doors, a fully restored H2X black vinyl interior
awaits. While you may expect a stripped down muscle car to be
uncomfortable, this Plymouth is just the opposite. The rebuilt bench seat
is surprisingly accommodating and offers just enough support to make long
trips a legitimate possibility. From the carpet to the headliner, all the
soft pieces appear to be new and combine to form a showroom quality cabin.
Documentation includes two copies of the fender tag broken down by Mopar
master Galen Govier. There is also an impressive stack of receipts from
big-time shops such as Mancini Racing and Roger Gibson Auto Restoration.
Even after a quick glance through the stack, you'll be glad someone else
footed the bill on this build.
If you're ready to hit the road with Hemi power, dust off a place in your
collection for this awesome '69 Road Runner! Call, click or visit
http://rkmotorscharlotte.com for more information!
1968 Plymouth Roadrunner
A 1968 Plymouth Roadrunner. This car is owned by my dad Anthony Cmielewski
from San Antonio Texas. He has owned this car for 25 years. His Roadrunner
has won numerous awards in Texas including a 1st prize Peoples Choice
Award. He is the second owner of this car. It was given to him by his older
sister, my Aunt Rosa who bought it strait from the factory. It was
originally factory Gold, including the interior. It has the standard 383
CID (6.3 L) Roadrunner V8 engine. This is the first video, more to come
soon. Please Rate.