FRESH BUILD, 440 MAGNUM SIX PACK, AUTO, PS, PB W/FRNT DISC, UPDATED INTERIOR
This bold 1972 Plymouth Road Runner gives some serious sinister attitude to this car's whimsically fun nature. With the big 440 Six Pack motor to back up its appearance, this bird doesn't spread its wings; it flexes its muscles.
Call it Hemi Orange or Tor-Red, it's no matter because there has been a serious investment in the fiery hue to make this one slick and mean machine. And the cool black strobe stripes running down the rear pillar and the black rear wing only reinforce this attitude. The Road Runner was given its new fuselage styling during the '70s, which hid the front end behind a chrome bumper surround. The nose shields the headlights to make them look like a criminal trying to hide his face in a hoodie. Pulling up behind other cars at a stoplight definitely makes for a sight in their rear view mirror. And the callouts on the hood hint that this is one Mopar not to be messed with. But more than just pure intimidation, you're going to love taking this one around because it has all the details you love like the hood pins, Road Runner cartoon on the rear deck (the horn still goes "BEEP! BEEP!"), and those large 18-inch Coys alloys.
The fashionably dark interior has a nice sinister attitude, but as you dig deeper, you spot some great upgrades. It starts with the seats that were borrowed from a late-model Challenger. This means you get modern all-day comfort and even power controls for the driver. In fact, this coupe truly centers around the driver. The center console has been formed specifically to favor you, and the deep armrest in the door panel has always been a Mopar favorite. This one takes it a step further by providing you with a newer Grant GT sports steering wheel, and beyond that is a new full set of Dakota gauges. They glow red just to remind you that this Mopar is out for blood.
Under the hood the beastly V8 is looking its best, and that's because this Road Runner barely has traveled any miles since its restoration. So everything is fresh right down to the belts and hoses. But even with the bold orange paint in the engine bay, you can tell this V8 is radiating power. The 440 callouts on the hood were not lying. This is a monster 440 Magnum out of a later model Mopar, and it's topped with the iconic Six Pack triple set of dual carbs. The big V8 exhales through a set of long tube performance headers, so it has a throaty dual exhaust that makes a far more manly tone than the cartoon horn. This is a high compression package that's built for power, so it also has been setup for you to shift your own way through the three-speed transmission, but these Mopar muscle cars have stout parts that were built to take it. And making sure this beastly machine is kept well under your control are features like power steering, front disc brakes, and the grip of modern Nexen performance tires.
Road Runners have always offered great power and at good price, but this one goes one step further. This recently restored machine has the right touches and a menacing look to be a truly intimating muscle car. Mopars like this certainly don't stay in our showroom long. Call today!!!
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- Power Steering
- Power Seats
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