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1969
Plymouth
Road Runner
Stock # 3886-DFW
Engine 383 V8
Transmission 3 speed automatic
Color Alpine white
Interior Black
Mileage 19,234 (Unknown)
Chassis
Rear Suspension Type Leaf Springs w/ Shocks
Front Wheel Specification 14"
Rear Wheel Specification 14"
Front Tire Specification 225/70R14
Rear Tire Specification 225/70R14
Front Brakes Specification Power Disc
Rear Brakes Specification Power Drum
Options
Front Disc Brakes Defrost AM Radio 8 Track Seatbelts (Rear) Seatbelts (Front) Seatbelts Power Steering Power Brakes Vinyl Interior Heat Air Conditioning Numbers Matching
Advertised Price
NUMBERS MATCHING 383 V8, AUTO, A/C, PS/B W/ FRONT DISC, FACTORY COLORS, NICE!

One of the great things about restoring a vintage muscle car, especially a Mopar, is that you don't hurt values as long as you stick to the factory formula. Take this numbers-matching 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner for instance: it's the exact color combination (Alpine White on black) the factory called for, and the 383 Hi-Po V8 and 3-speed automatic powerplant is original as well. The result is one of the coolest 'Beepers we've ever seen, with a pedigree worthy of even the snootiest of enthusiasts.

With all the red and black cars around, it's easy to forget how awesome bright white can look on a muscle car. Beautifully restored from a very solid original car, this Roadrunner's low profile code W1 Alpine White color is what makes it so attention-grabbing. Seriously, look over our showroom from a distance, and this lone white car stands out like a searchlight. A lot of that is due to the expert workmanship that restored it to this level, which included making sure those big quarters were straight, the doors fit right, and giving it a modern shine that would be impossible to duplicate using 1969 technology. It's not a perfect trailer queen, because that's not the point of owning such an awesome ... Please ask for the full description.

Fort Worth Showroom
5400 Sandshell Dr, Suite 100
Fort Worth, TX, 76137
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Stock #:
3886-DFW
1969 Plymouth Road Runner
$44,995
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1969 Plymouth Road Runner

$44,995
SOLD
Stock
3886-DFW
Engine Size
383 V8
Transmission
3 speed automatic
Miles
19,234 (Unknown)
Location
Fort Worth
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Description

NUMBERS MATCHING 383 V8, AUTO, A/C, PS/B W/ FRONT DISC, FACTORY COLORS, NICE!

One of the great things about restoring a vintage muscle car, especially a Mopar, is that you don't hurt values as long as you stick to the factory formula. Take this numbers-matching 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner for instance: it's the exact color combination (Alpine White on black) the factory called for, and the 383 Hi-Po V8 and 3-speed automatic powerplant is original as well. The result is one of the coolest 'Beepers we've ever seen, with a pedigree worthy of even the snootiest of enthusiasts.

With all the red and black cars around, it's easy to forget how awesome bright white can look on a muscle car. Beautifully restored from a very solid original car, this Roadrunner's low profile code W1 Alpine White color is what makes it so attention-grabbing. Seriously, look over our showroom from a distance, and this lone white car stands out like a searchlight. A lot of that is due to the expert workmanship that restored it to this level, which included making sure those big quarters were straight, the doors fit right, and giving it a modern shine that would be impossible to duplicate using 1969 technology. It's not a perfect trailer queen, because that's not the point of owning such an awesome driver, but any imperfections that may be found (and there aren't many) are only observed upon very close inspection. The Alpine White paint also makes the blackout hood treatment stand out in contrast, accentuating the Roadrunner's aggressive look. Refinished chrome, bright stainless, and correct badging and Roadrunner decals make it simply sparkle in the sun.

The black vinyl interior is a big part of what makes this car special, providing a perfect contrast to the white finish on the exterior. Yes, it's the original combination and with some very desirable options, it has been restored to factory specs. Handsome seat covers and door panels are so clean they're almost sterile, with a new black dash pad and plush black carpets to really make it work. The woodgrain applique on the center console adds a touch of sophistication inside, and it houses the shifter for the automatic transmission below and a couple of handy cupholders for the morning coffee. The original steering wheel and semi-circle horn ring is still in place and is in great shape, as are the factory gauges that cover the basics in a wide swath of dashboard real estate, augmented with a single auxiliary volt meter attached underneath. There's a newer Music Master style AM/8-track radio with its unique vertical knobs in the factory dash slot, right below the controls for the HVAC, which includes rare factory air conditioning that now blows cold R134a air throughout the cabin. A glance in the trunk confirms just how solid and original this Mopar really is, and it's fully dressed with a new mat and a full-size spare tire and jack assembly.

That's the original numbers-matching 383 cubic inch V8 under the hood, and against the white paint, it really shines. The Chrysler Turquoise engine paint on the block and valve covers, the black hoses, and all the ancillary parts look better in this white car than just about anywhere else, but that also means you need to get it right for maximum effect. The modern A/C compressor dominates the top of the engine, but in true Mopar form, the wrinkle-finish air cleaner and vivid Roadrunner decals add a sense of fun. The exhaust manifolds were obviously refinished during the restoration and still look great, remedying a frequent sore spot for these cars' engine bays. Underneath, it's backed by a TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic transmission which twists a set of highway-friendly gears (likely still the factory 3.23 ratio) inside the original 8.75-inch rear end, and power steering and power front disc brakes further aid the driving experience. A stainless H-pipe exhaust and twin chambered mufflers are the only notable modification, but otherwise it's just clean, original-spec, nicely presented Mopar muscle, with newer components found throughout (ex: gas tank, shocks). Gorgeous Magnum 500 wheels look right on any late-60s performance car, and wear modern 225/70/15 BFGoodrich redline radials that complete the killer look.

Featuring a numbers matching powerplant and beautiful restoration, this is a somewhat unusual yet highly attractive piece of Mopar muscle. Don't hesitate, there aren't many this cool around today. Call now!

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Features

  • Front Disc Brakes
  • Defrost
  • AM Radio
  • 8 Track
  • Seatbelts (Rear)
  • Seatbelts (Front)
  • Seatbelts
  • Power Steering
  • Power Brakes
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Heat
  • Air Conditioning
  • Numbers Matching
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Alpine white
Interior Color
Black
Rear Suspension
Leaf Springs w/ Shocks
Front Brakes
Power Disc
Rear Brakes
Power Drum
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