1970 Plymouth Roadrunner
|Engine Size:||383 CID|
|Transmssion:||4-Speed Pistol Grip|
|Ext. Color:||Black Bench Seat|
The Plymouth Roadrunner was based on the cartoon and an ad campaign by Plymouth that featured Wiley Coyote. The Roadrunner was not a fragile muscle car. Unlike some muscle cars such as the Corvette, the Roadrunner was built for serious street driving. That may be the reason many have survived.
The Roadrunner was a favorite of moonshiners as it was faster than any police car. It was also tough enough to take any road hazards and with plenty of ground clearance.
This 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner has amazing performance. It is tight, handles the road extremely well, has LOADS of power, and shifts smoothly.
Exterior is black with orange hood stripes, the orange accent down the sides of the car, and of course, the Roadrunner! Paint is excellent with no visible flaws. The body is solid metal.
Interior is black with a bench seat. Dash, carpet, and headliner are black. The Tic Toc gauges are new. All interior components are in excellent working condition. Radio is new with new speakers. Under the dash the wiring is new.
Engine is the 383 cid high performance with one 4 barrel carburetor. Transmission is a 4 speed with Pistol Grip Shifter. This engine sounds great! Transmission was rebuilt and the engine has been gone through. This car does have power steering.
New are the wiring in the back, new battery, new cable links, new horn, new gas tank, new clutch, the list goes on. All directionals work. All lights work. All gauges work. The clock works. The owner went to great lengths to make sure this car is in excellent driving condition and that all components are in excellent working order.
All this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner needs is a new owner! It is located in Pennsylvania.