383 V8, A727 TORQUEFLITE AUTO, PS, BEAUTIFUL PAINT, PERFORMANCE HOOD, RUNS GREAT
This 1969 Plymouth Road Runner is everything you love about Mopar muscle with even more attitude put into the mix. The mean green paint, the big 383 V8, and the growling exhaust turn this lovable cartoon character into the aggressor, and you wouldn't want it any other way.
This dark metallic green is the perfect color for any 1960s muscle car. It's a hue that represents the era well, but it's also a modern application with plenty of clearcoat shine. The result is a presentation that looks like it's a factory survivor until the sunlight hits it, and then it pops with a modern luster that will attract attention from a block away. And it's not just the color that gives it this allure. There has been an investment in keeping this car straight with terrific sheetmeal and doors that close with authority. This Road Runner seems to have a meaner attitude with the darker paint, black stripes, and performance hood with snarling red vents. But this one still keeps plenty of its cheery charm. The wide B-body design means the chrome bumpers look like a huge grin at both ends on the car, and of course, it wouldn't be a true Plymouth Road Runner without the Warner Brothers bird making a speedy getaway on each door.
The black vinyl interior pairs well with the dark green and black on the outside. Moreover, the pattern on these seats is more intricate than you would expect on a Plymouth. These were midsize muscle cars, but that designation in the '60s means full-size comfort today. So there's plenty of room to have up to five family and friends riding with you, but you don't need any of them to have fun with this Road Runner. It feels like a driver's car from the moment you grab the factory three-spoke wheel. The deep black presentation of all the original components means you're focused on the road ahead and the SunPro tach that boldly sits on the steering column. Sure, you could have fun playing with the original AM radio, but really we know you'll be all about turning the key and creating a rumbling soundtrack with the dual exhaust.
Road Runners are meant to be muscle machines, and since the paint and interior on this one amplify that feeling even further, it's great to see the engine bay filled with Mopar power. It's the period-correct 383 cubic-inch big block is the correct spec for this coupe, and it has a powerful presentation as it radiates out of the dark green engine bay with its bold Hemi Orange color. Of course it also helps that this one has the Coyote Duster air grabber that not only looks cool, but also is part of the functional Air Grabber induction hood system. Combined with the four-barrel carburetor, the big V8 inhales deeply. Those long tube headers add both power and fury as this Plymouth exhales with authority out of the dual exhaust. But beyond just power, this one is a fine cruiser thanks to features like the power steering and the grip of Cooper Radial GT tires on those iconic Keystone Klassic wheels.
Mopars are always the rarest of the muscle car bunch, but this Road Runner's speedy and slick presentation makes its desirability go beyond its rarity. That's true distinction, and it's going fast. Call today!!!
- AM Radio
- Vinyl Interior
- Power Steering
- Seatbelts (Front)
- Seatbelts (Rear)
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- Body Color
- Dark Green Metallic
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- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Split Bench
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
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