132482 / 1969 Plymouth Road Runner
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Our latest offering is this 472 Hemi powered 1969 Plymouth Road Runner.
Custom built from its Cross Ram intake to its Boyd Coddington rear wheels,
this car is a bad to the bone classic that's fun to look at and even more
fun to drive.
Benefitting from a professional frame up restoration in 2006, this Road
Runner retains all of its original panels. Once work was performed to
ensure the car was smooth and its sculpted body made the perfect
impression, the car was bathed in Mopar R3 red. The result is a perfect
'long and low' Road Runner profile with factory close gaps, exceptionally
straight panels and power actuated doors that close with a confident thunk.
New chrome trim is kept to a minimum to highlight the cars intentionally
simplistic design and new Road Runner decals and script emblems on the
doors add just enough detail to complete the look. Up front, the car
features a straight grille with new lighting and a new chrome bumper. Out
back, new '69 Road Runner exclusive tail lights and a new chrome bumper
combine with a new road runner decal, a new Road Runner badge and a
discrete little Hemi badge for the not so discrete motor. New glass all
around and a traditional flat black Road Runner A-12 style hood featuring a
custom red "472 Hemi" decal on its scoop top everything off.
Pull the hood up to reveal the incredible Ray Barton 472 Hemi Cross Ram
engine. Sitting on top of the aluminum Cross Ram intake is two Holley 770
carburetors that feed air and fuel to Hemi Stage V aluminum heads for a
very impressive 10.5:1 compression ratio. A Be Cool aluminum radiator,
complete with an electric cooling fan, is coupled to the engine via billet
hose connectors and a deep sump oil pan supplies plenty of oil. An MSD coil
utilizes a billet distributor to send sparks through Moroso wires while a
chrome Powermaster alternator, a billet serpentine belt system and ceramic
long tube headers round out the performance package. A trick billet master
cylinder complements two chrome air cleaners, billet wire looms and braided
hoses to add a finished look to the top of the motor.
Underneath the car a McLeod hydraulic clutch mates to a Tremec 5-speed
transmission to throw that massive Hemi power to a narrowed Moser
Engineering Dana 60 rear end. That rear end runs 325/50/15 BF Goodrich
G-Force drag radials which are neatly tucked under the Road Runners rear
quarters. Keeping those drag radials connected to the pavement is welded
monoleaf springs, welded sub frame connectors and CalTracs traction bars.
Up front the motor rides on an aftermarket K member and a Bill Riley
Motorsports AlterKtion front end kit that utilizes 15x7 Boyd Coddington
Smoothie wheels with 215/70/15 BF Goodrich radials for traction. A power
rack and pinion, tubular control arms, a Bill Riley Motorsports sway bar,
and QA1 Motorsports coilover shocks combine to provide modern handling
while Wilwood front brakes and Stainless Steel rear brakes are aided by an
electric vacuum pump bring all that power to a safe halt.
Hit the remote door popper and sit down inside the car where new bucket
seats wear custom black Ultraleather upholstery with suede leather inserts.
In front of you, the custom dash features AutoMeter Pro Comp gauges, air
conditioning and a Sony Xplod CD player. Custom door panels complement a
long custom wrapped console with a custom wood insert which houses controls
for the power windows and a traditional pistol grip shifter. A billet
steering wheel connected to a tilt column complements billet pedals which
hang above modern carpet installed over Dynamat insulation.
The documentation for this car includes two huge binders full of
information about the build which include receipts, part numbers,
installation instructions, a Dyno sheet, and an official
appraisal of the car.
This car has it all: looks to kill, power that never stops and a list of
custom components that would take a builder years to duplicate and
assemble. Where else can you find this combination of power and killer
looks? Call today!
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1969 Plymouth Road Runner
Date Coded Correct 383ci Engine, Rebuilt to Specs
Less Than 500 Miles, Not #'s Matching
Rebuilt 727 Transmission -- Less than 500 Miles
Rear End 8 ¾ with a 3:55 Gear Sure Grip
Torsion Bar Front Suspension System
New Interior -- Bucket Seats, Column Shift
Rotisserie Restored - Three Owner Car
Professionally Painted in 2011, Y2 Yellow Sunflower Black Stripes
Road Runner Badging and Decals, "Meep Meep" Horn
Nice Quality Body Work - Straight, Tight Gaps
Undercarriage was Media Blasted & Painted Gray POR15 Correctly Dusted Body
Nicely Restored Chrome Bumpers
Chrome Vintage Cragar Wheels and New BF Goodrich Tires
The original fender tag is still present and confirms the cars options.
Rechromed Dash Bezels, New Armrests and Door Handles
Headliner, Carpet and Door Panels Were Replaced
Upper Door Frames were Repainted
New Year One Dash Harness
*Dome Light and Push Button for Washer Fluid Do Not Work
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1969 Plymouth Road Runner
Here's a fresh barn find! A 1969 Plymouth Road Runner that has been in
storage for the past 17 years! It has the original 383ci V8 and 727
automatic transmission! It also has a 323 Suregrip posi 8 3/4 rear end,
awesome sounding dual Exhaust, and a
fully functional Air Grabber intake with hood scoops! It has all the fender
tags in place and the paint and glass are in fantastic shape! Even the
interior is amazingly clean! It has been upgraded with a JVC CD/MP3/USB
stereo and Blaupunkt 6x9 speakers! You can't say enough about how solid and
clean this car is! It runs and drives fantastic!
132478 / 1969 Plymouth GTX
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This 100% documented and matching numbers 1969 Plymouth GTX is a weaponized
luxury cruiser with a giant motor, a 4-speed, and a bunch of convenience
options like power steering, brakes, and a console. Fortunately, this car
comes with an original Chrysler Corporation Broadcast Sheet that has been
fully decoded by Galen Govier, so there really aren't any questions about
its specifications. Someone put a big, nasty 440 and a 4-speed in their
Someone has also restored it to better-than-new condition. Stripped to a
bare tub and placed on a rotisserie, every square inch of the original body
was sandblasted bare and any flaws were repaired along the way. The
original B5 Blue Fire Metallic finish was replicated inside and out, top
and bottom, and again, restoration photos show a lot of block sanding going
on to get it as straight as it is today. The lower flanks were finished in
black with a red stripe, as were all GTXs of the time, which helped them
stand out when parked alongside their Road Runner brothers.
As a Govier-verified 100% matching-numbers piece, that is most definitely
the original 440 cubic inch Commando V8 under the hood. Reproduction hoses
and clamps show the correct markings, there's a new yellow cap battery, and
all the cad plating is just the right shade of green-gold. Heck, even the
battery cable has overspray on it, just like the factory did it. The Air
Grabber system is fully functional, too, and you just know this big block
needs all the air it can get.
This one also carries its original 4-speed manual behind the engine, as
well as a stout Dana 60 out back with 3.54 gears and a Sure Grip limited
slip. With the body restored on a rotisserie, it was easy to make the
floors look as good as the rest of the body, and they create a brilliant
Blue Fire backdrop for the highly detailed chassis components. The dual Exhaust system features a crossover and a
set of Flowmasters, which are one of the few deviations from stock to be
found anywhere on this car, but you just can't argue with the sound this
one makes. And for the ultimate in stealth, a set of painted steel wheels
wearing dog dish hubcaps and Firestone Wide Oval redlines keeps the flash
to a minimum.
The matching blue bucket seat interior has been restored to the same high
standards as the bodywork. New seat covers match the originals exactly, and
include those cool headrests that seem to finish the interior and make it
look complete. The dash includes a complete array of gauges, including the
optional tachometer, which is tucked in just to the right of the
speedometer. All the woodgrained areas, not just the center console but on
the dash and door panels as well, have been upgraded with new appliques,
and much of the chrome appears new. The trunk has been correctly finished
with a new mat, full sized spare, and a complete jack assembly.
If you've been looking for a no-questions-asked GTX, look no further.
Although we seem to find more than our fair share of nice ones, they remain
rare cars, particularly those that haven't been abused, beaten, rusted, and
abandoned. This one has obviously been a cherished toy for decades, with
car show plaques dating back to the early 80s. The restoration was
comprehensive, taking this GTX to national-show-winning caliber, and the
pedigree makes it stand out among its peers. We love these cars, and this
is one of the best we've seen. Call today!
FASTEST STREET CAR IN THE WORLD! Larry Larson runs 6.95 @ 209 on Drag Week!!!
http://www.1320video.com/store/dvd/ Larry Larson proves his car once again
to be the fastest street car in the world by completing Hot Rod Magazin'es
Drag Week 2010 AND making the first 6 second pass in Drag Week history! Not
only did he make a 6 second pass, but he made that pass after driving 1200
miles on country roads, rain, and he did it 20 minutes after a 7.005 pass,
hot lapping the car!
1970 Plymouth Road Runner
Many consider the '70 to be the toughest looking RR ever. My understanding
is the car was an accident. Chrysler wanted the '71 bodies to appear in '70
but someting happened and this body was made. I'm thinking NASCAR and the
Superbirds presence had something to do with it. Superbirds & 69 Daytonas
did exceptionally well in 70 given an aerodynamic drag coefficient that
rivals today's cars. 0.29 I think or 0.27 - can't remember right now. The
'71s couldn't hold a candle to the speed and agility of the 69 Daytonas &
70 Superbirds. Corrections accepted and posted. Taken 21 October 2011.