1969 Plymouth Road Runner, 440 6 barrel recreation

1969 Plymouth Road Runner 2 door coupe for sale in Grand Junction, Colorado, United States

Condition: Used
Item location: Grand Junction, Colorado, United States
Make: Plymouth
Model: Road Runner
Type: Coupe
Trim: 2 door coupe
Year: 1969
Mileage: 92,637
VIN: RM21H9Axxxxxx
Color: Yellow
Engine size: 440
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Plymouth Road Runner 1969

Real Plymouth Road Runner 2 door coupe(RM21), original 383/automatic car. Factory bucket seat, console floor shift interior. Numbers matching engine and transmission were missing, so car has been changed into a 1969 1/2 440-6bbl recreation for maximum fun.
Engine totally rebuilt, 440 Source aluminum heads, Crower cam, new Edelbrock intake and Holley carbs. Stock high performance exhaust manifolds, 3" tti exhaust. Engine dyno tested 475 hp, 534 ft/lb torque, carb jetting optimized. Torqueflite 727 transmission rebuilt to hemi specifications, deep oil pan, 2800 stall converter. 653 miles on engine&trans. Dana 60 rear end, 3.54 Sure Grip to allow some highway cruising. Car runs perfectly on pump gas premium. 11" drum brakes, power steering, Cragar 15x7 and 15x8 wheels, BF Goodrich radial T/A tires.
Body has new L&R quarter panels and trunk floor. Body is painted a single stage in the original Sunfire Yellow(Y2). There are a couple small chip repairs. Fiberglass lift off reproduction hood seals to air cleaner as the factory cars did. Interior has been changed from the as produced tan to black. New legendary interior panels, seat covers and seat foam. New dash pad, carpet, seat belts, and console body. New wood grain applique on console, new wood grain shift knob. Wiring harness both dash and under hood new, speedometer cluster refurbished, tachometer and oil pressure gauge added to monitor engine. All gauges work. Trunk mat new, correct bumper jack, and a spare tire added. New fuel tank and lines, new brake lines and hoses, new window seals F&R, new flip out latches on rear windows.
Performance: car idles easily at 800rpm with minimal lope. Putting transmission into gear nets very little rpm drop. Transmission upshifts smoothly. The car will drive docilely on the center carb; the end carbs open without hesitation-just hang on! The car has been tested on a local drag strip with drag radials, best time at the 4600 foot altitude was 13.43 @ 101.75 mph which equates to sea level performance of 12.33 @ 110.6 mph.
Original 440-6bbl cars bring near or above 6 figures and only the affluent would dare use one to its potential. This car can be driven and enjoyed, and it has the bad ass look and performance those cars had.

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