SOLD!! 1969 Road Runner Convertible Muscle Car For Sale!
1969 Road Runner Convertible Show Car for sale! SOLD!
Jeff Whitaker 301-816-1000 A favorite in Norway, Sweden, Germany, Netherlands, Denmark, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the U.S.A.
1969 Road Runner Restoration
My 1969 Plymouth Road Runner. 16 month restoration. The color is T3 Honey Bronze Metallic. Original 4 speed coupe air grabber car.
1969 Road Runner Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
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This is a one of a kind special ordered Road Runner. It is a two owner car until now. This is a Los Angeles plant built car. It was completely gone thru with no miles. It was in San Diego Ca. and was parked in 1976. It has 48,000 original miles. It is the rare A4 Silver with Black Vinyl top and Interior and Blacked Out Hood Treatment. It was ordered with the premium bucket seat and floor console interior. This beautiful Road Runner has the matching numbers engine and transmission. No expense was spared to make this car truly better than when it was new. You will not find a better Example of this car. The underside is so clean and original with all the original Rear end markings and stencil painted marks. The original paint on the floor pans is in exec. Cond. You can see where they stopped painting the rear end and floors. There is no surface rust anywhere on this car. The trunk is the original. The interior sports the original door panels and seat covers. The original carpeting. The gauges are all original. The engine was done by The late Great Ramcharger Engine builder and racer Dean Nicopolis. It has a few of his tricks done to it and a custom grind camshaft that idles smooth with a little more power. The heads have a little porting in the bowls and are gasket matched ports. It has a Stock AVS carb. The trans was done by famous Joels on Joy in Detroit, Mich. It is stock with a few of his tricks also. Shifts real nice and kicks in hard when you get on it. It has the original point Distributor that has been Curved on a Sun machine. All new brakes and front end. This car came with a 3:23 Open rear. The body and paint are real straight and real nice. Not just average real nice. All new tinted glass and correct grain vinyl top. The bumpers and all stainless trim are the originals from the car. The bumpers were rechromed by Hajjar Plating of Romulus, Mich. The stainless was polished by McNichols Polishing of Redford,Mi. NOS Rear taillight housings and door handles. Nos Exhaust tips from 1984. The good ones. New Grille and headlight bezels. All new rubber seals. This car has the original spare and jack assy. When this car was purchased from Second owner the car was all original unrestored but needed cosmetically gone thru to bring it back to life. It had the original Exhaust and the original red painted drums. It has the original radiator and Exhaust manifolds etc. It has the original California emissions Dual Snorkel air cleaner. All new engine compartment wiring harnesses. This car has manual brakes with power steering. This car is real tight and nice. It runs better than when it was new. It will be featured in an upcoming issue of Mopar Collectors Guide. Rob Wolf the Main Editor and founder was real impressed with this car when he did the photo shoot. He could not get over how original and clean the underside is and how nice overall the car is. The engine is very crisp and responsive. The car originally had 14" Steel wheels with full hubcaps. It needed some flash from that era. American Racing Torq Thrust TTO's in 15" were used with BF Goodrich Radial T/A 255 60 15 on the rear black wall out. The fronts are 225 70 15. All new custom Exhaust with Dynamax Super turbo II's. Sounds better than some Hemi Cars I know. This is the first time this car has been offered for sale on here. It has not been driven for any length of time. Just break in period and after the front end alignment it was driven maybe 4 miles to make sure trans and everything is right. It has a tank of Cam II 118 Racing gas for break in. Brad Pen Oil was used also. The paint is the correct A4 with the correct tint. Most cars are done this color and are too bright of a silver. This one is dead on and bad to the bone. The paint and body was done By Brad Rutkowski of Brighton, Mich. He has done a lot of Top Show cars and Prototype cars for the big 3. I hope whoever wins this car realizes how rare and beautiful this car is and will be fun to drive and show finally after sitting since 1976.
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1969 PLYMOUTH ROADRUNNER CONVERTIBLE FOR SALE UPDATE SOLD!!
This 1969 Roadrunner bucket seat convertible was purchased new at P-K Chrysler Plymouth in Shamokin, Pa. 17872 on May 21, 1970 a full year after it was built. It was sold to a gentleman that lived, and still does, in Mount Carmel, Pa. about 6 miles from Shamokin, Pa. and the car has been there ever since. The build date on the car was June 17, 1969 at the St. Louis, Missouri plant.
The car has 91,636 orignal miles. The car is near all original except for tires, belts, hoses, one repaint, same original color burished bronze metallic and also the drivers side entire quater panel replaced back in 1975 due to a fender bender. The bumpers and all of the trim is original and are very clean. The bumpers do show a little chrome fade but are rust free. The car still retains the rest of it's original sheetmetal and is 99% rust free except for a very small amout of filler used to blend in the driver quarter that was replaced. The power convertible top is the original one and is in beautiful condition. This car is a 2 owner car. I personally know both owners and have talked to them about the history of the car. It was garage kept most of it's life, not all but most, this is the reason for being 99% rust free.
Now to the full condition of the car. Again it is 99% rust free. The floors, doors, cowl, rad support, fenders, hood, trunck extentions, inner fender and quarter wells, passenger quater panel and trunk are all original to the car with the exception for the driver side entire quater panel. All of the sheetmetal is rock solid with no rust. The trunk and trunk lid lip has just a very small amount of surface scale which can be sanded down and repainted to be 100%. All the glass is original and in perfect condition. How many convertible from 1969 do you find with the original power top that is in near perfect condtion, with the exception of a broken zipper on the rear glass window. The interior is original and in very nice condition. The seats are in great shape and are tear free. The rear seat that you sit your butt on is black but has a different design because it came out of another convertible. The gauges work except for the gas gauge, the float is not working right. All of the lights work as they should as well as the heater and fan blower motor and the wipers as well as the power top. The rad support and the trunk lip have the vin # stamper into them and match, as they are original. The entire engine, transmission and rear end are totally matching #'s as well. I persoannly checked out every Vin # stamping on the body and drivetrain and ran all of the casting numbers on the rear and engine parts to make sure they are correct and they are. The engine has all of it's original components such as the intake, Exhaust manifolds, carb, radiator, fan, oil pan, valve covers, etc.all original to the car. The car starts right up and idels very nice. The transmission shifts very firm but smooth. I did change all of the fluids and filters in the car. Also I did replace the original water and fuel pumps because they did leak somewhat, but I did keep them as they were from 1969, they go with the car so they can be rebuilt and reinstalled.
The VIN read RM27H9G290730 which braks down to 1969 roadrunner convertible with 383(335HP) made in St, Louis, Missouri. I also looked for th build sheet when I got the car and it was found under the drivers seat thats the good news, the bad news is that the vin # for the build sheet that was found reads RM27H9G290728 which was 2 cars before mine at the assembly plant. That car was a red Roadrunner convetible bucket seat car with console but had the same black interior as mine. So the bucket seats were mixed up with mine and I will bet that that car has my build sheet under it's drivers seat. I spoke to the original owner and he had told me that the hubcaps that are on the car ARE the original ones an that the car came with Goodyear polyglass raised white letter tires originally. He also told me that he is 95% sure he has the original window sticker and also has some pictures of the car when he bought it. He told me he will look for them and give them to me to go with the car.
Thi is a chance to own a rare piece of Mopar muscle.Plymouth only made 2,027 Roadrunner convertibles in 1969 which was the first year for bucket seats and the convertible option. How many are left? How many are numbers matching? How many still have the original top? How many have all of it's original sheetmetal except for one quater? This is a very clean original car that just need a little here and there like, the paint has some chips and the engine and trnsa need detailing but very little. Any questions please call me(Marty) directly at 570-857-7109. Thanks and have a great day.
1969 440 Roadrunner Flexin Some Mopar Muscle!
Just playing around with a couple gears. The ignition was malfunctioning, not to mention bad shifting. Getting used to the hydraulic clutch and 5 speed. More to come with the new ignition.
Here is a picture of my RR from the Mopar Nationals: http://www.msu.edu/~hagenmi1/1000.jpg
Riding In A 69 Road Runner
This is a 69 Road Runner that we have own for many years.It has a 440 in it now.Lets go for a ride.Motor has been balanced,power max cam,boared 30 over.It is a six pack motor,not six barrel.If we hadn't owned it for 38 years,I would sell it and buy a HEMI Challenger,but she is like one of the family now.
1969 Plymouth Roadrunner Lift-Off Hood 440-6bbl FOR SALE flemings ultimate garage
1969½ Lift-Off Hood 440-6bbl Roadrunner - rare A12 code, in the Chrysler registry as #090, Galen Govier authenticated, rare matching #s 440-6bbl (3X2bbl carbs) engine with correct intake carbs + heads, detailed engine compartment w/ correct battery, hoses and clamps, original A833 4-speed transmission, original 4.10 gear DANA w/ sure grip, original body codes wrapped in mirror finish Dark bronze metallic paint, matching saddle tan interior w/ full factory gauges, detailed trunk w/ matching spare, jack + trunk mat, painted and detailed undercarriage, painted steel wheels w/ redlines, great sounding correct dual Exhaust, very documented, very correct, 1 of only 388 built!
1970 ROADRUNNER 426 HEMI
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