1969 Plymouth Road Runner
The Plymouth Roadrunner is an impressive muscle car that has been popular since the day it was released. With its powerful engine, aggressive design, and affordability, it became a symbol of performance and excitement during a time when horsepower ruled the roads of America.
Built on the B-body platform, the Road Runner was introduced as a mid-level option trim for the Plymouth Belvedere model in 1968. It was named after the famous Warner Bros. cartoon character who was known for his speed and agility. The idea behind the Road Runner was to create a car that offered impressive performance without breaking the bank. Its appearance was bold with its prominent grille, distinctive hood scoop, and wide rear end. The Road Runner exuded power and athleticism. It was a no-frills, high thrill muscle car but the biggest thrill was under the hood!
This 1969 Plymouth Road Runner is most impressive as it has had a full restoration with careful attention given to details. The car was built at the Lynch Road, Michigan plant. The exterior is the original Bahama Yellow paint, and it is in excellent condition with no flaws. The contrasting black paint was done extremely well and exhibits the 383 hood badges. Body is straight and solid with no filler or rust.
Interior is the black bench seat interior that is in excellent condition. The carpet is black as well. The dash is in excellent condition with very clear gauges. The headliner is black and shows very well with no sagging or tears.
The engine is the original 383 CID and is paired with the 4-speed manual transmission. Shifter is the Hurst shifter. Under the hood, you will find a very clean, pristine engine compartment that is show ready. Options on this car include an AM radio that works, heat, fuel gauge, temperature gauge, and a Sun Super Tachometer.
Look underneath the car, and you will see how clean the undercarriage is! This Plymouth Road Runner is never driven in rain, and, it has always been garaged.
Documentation includes Galen Report and restoration photos and receipts.
This is a superb muscle car that is timeless and ever popular. Heads turn at car shows and it always draws a lot of attention. The car is in North Carolina, north of Charlotte by about 40 miles. It is available for serious buyers to view and inspect.
Data Plate Decode:
RM= Plymouth Road Runner
21= 2 Door Coupe
E63= 383 1-4 barrel 335HP V8 383 Road Runner Engine
D21= A833 4-Speed Manual Trans Hurst
226= Production Date: February 26, 1969
96= Bahama Yellow Roof Paint
96= Bahama Yellow Body Paint
H= High Trim Grade 2= Bench Seat
X= Interior Black
X9= Upper Door Frame Color: Black
925= Engine Assembly: 383 4bbl w/A833 4 Sp Trans and Heater Specs
593= Axle Assembly: 3:23:1 S/A Hood 8.75" w/11" rear drum brakes
A= Assembly Plant: Lynch Road MI
239XXX= Assembly Plant Sequential Number (last 3 digits are noted as "X" here to protect owner identity)
G= Inspector Stamp