This is a numbers matching Plymouth Road Runner. It has a 383, 727 torque flight transmission and an 8 3/4 rear end. The car is the original color but not the original paint. It is Alpine White. I have all the original documents for the car, window sticker and all the original paper work. I bought the car 5 years ago from Gateway Classic Cars. It came from their Detroit Michigan store. I live just north of St. Louis Missouri and I had the car delivered to me. There were some problems with the car but I fixed most everything. It has a 3 speed wind shield wiper motor that I sent off and had restored. Windshield wipers work as they should now. The horn did not work, I put a new horn on the car and it works as it should as original. I installed new seat belts, there were issues with the dash so I fixed all that too, all instruments work and so does the new tick tock tack. The car has some upgrades as follows, MSD 6 ignition, ceramic coated headers, front disc brake conversion from stock drum brakes and the entire car has stainless steel brake lines that I installed. New stainless steel transmission cooling lines, B&M deep aluminum transmission oil pan, aluminum intake, holley 4 barrel carb, polished aluminum valve covers, Taylor Pro plug wires. I saved all the original parts I took off the car, intake manifold, front brakes and every single part that I took off to up grade the car. The motor has a recent rebuild according to Gateway Classics when I bought it. It has a mild performance camshaft in it and the car has a slight bumpity bump at idle, sounds really good. That's all I can think of about the car, it runs and drives like a charm! I won 2nd place at the local car show with it a few years ago. The car sits in my heated and cooled shop so I baby this thing. I also installed a aftermarket stereo system in the car. The stereo is a factory replacement so the dash is not cut incase someone wants to re install the original radio back in the car. The heater core leaks so I bought a new one and I simply plugged off the lines, they are still connected but they have plugs in them. I have the new heater core and I am not going to install it but it will go with the car. This car is a really slick driver, not a trailer queen! Its not perfect! If you are looking for a perfect car then you will need 60 thousand plus for one of these cars! There are no scratches on the body and no rust. There is a small ding on the tail of the car, look at the pictures, its right at the letter Y in the emblems PLYMOUTH on the rear tail light panel. You probably would never notice it but I know its there. The engine compartment I suspect to be the original paint and color. It is not as shinny as the outside of the car, still looks great but there is a slight color difference. The valve covers I put on the car look really cool but I really don't like them because they leak oil up through the hold down bolt holes so I would suggest changing them to something else. I'm really really picky about my car so go figure. I paid 34 thousand for the car 5 years ago and I'm not in any way going to take a loss. I have priced the car reasonably and I have explained my car as best I can so with that said, this car is being sold as is! Cars are never done and you can always spend more money on any car! This is a slick beautiful car, no junk and nothing junk on it! By the way, the alternator is aftermarket 200 amp. The stereo will make the hair on the back of your neck stand up! It rocks!

Used Year: 1970
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): JKBLXPA13GDA11353 Mileage: 100
Interior Color: Black Make: Plymouth
Number of Cylinders: 8 Model: Road Runner
Transmission: Automatic Trim: Coupe
Body Type: Coupe Engine: 383
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty Drive Type: RWD
Vehicle Title: Clear Fuel Type: Gasoline
Exterior Color: White For Sale By: Private Seller