Lot #687.1 - Paying Warner Brothers to use the name and likeness of their Road Runner cartoon character, Plymouth set out to build a "back-to-basics" muscle car. The Road Runner was named Motor Trend Car of the Year in 1969. This car was originally an H Code 383 Road Runner, assembled in St. Louis, MO. During a full restoration of this B-body hardtop, a 440 Six Pack engine and Air Grabber hood were installed. The factory Fender Tag is loaded with options including tachometer in dash, 4-speed close-ratio transmission, bucket seats, console, power steering, power brakes, 3-speed wipers and wood grained steering wheel. All original panels painted R6 Scorch Red and original black interior. MagnaFlow exhaust and a Centerforce clutch top off this excellent driver that sounds great and runs well.
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