1971 Automatic

1971 Plymouth Road Runner for sale in Local pick-up only

Condition: Used
Item location: Local pick-up only
Make: Plymouth
Model: Road Runner
Doors: 2 Doors
Year: 1971
Mileage: 67,541
VIN: RM23H1G145984
Color: Blue
Engine size: 440 Magnum V8
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Plymouth Road Runner 1971

Here's a slick blue 1971 Plymouth Road Runner with a freshly built 440 V8 that has enough power to outrun the factory Beep! Beep! machines. So when you're looking for serious Mopar muscle that's still on its break-in miles, read on... If you're going to build a Road Runner, 1971 is the exact right year. This is the only time the famous 440 was available with the cool fuselage styling. This new design really went for the sinister side. The full front overhang makes the headlights look like the eyes of a criminal lurking in the darkness, and the huge rear wing makes this Road Runner a bird of prey. Plus, this gets the details right with the side strobe stripes and the sport hood with 440 callouts. But there's also a brighter side to this coupe. The Bright Blue Metallic looks like it was borrowed from the Warner Brothers cartoon character that's all around the car... a very cool touch. It's always nice when the exterior accents are a preview for the interior. Plus, there's nothing better on a true muscle machine then a deep, dark black. Factory wood paneling nicely breaks up this darkness with a period-correct premium appearance. The bench seats of this big coupe make it a legitimate six-passenger automobile, and the upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth with keep everyone happy. But it's the driver that's clearly the most important in this Plymouth. The entire controls and gauges are centered around you. Plus, you get a grippy three-spoke wheel with the proper center cap that reminds you this Road Runner properly goes Beep! Beep! When you look under the hood, the bold block paint, shiny air topper, and matching valve covers look like they are radiating power from within the painted engine bay. The reason why everything looks so fresh and clean is because it's so new. With only 100 miles on this motor, you still get to help break it in! Not only is the V8 fresh, but also you're looking at a monster 440 cubic-inch Magnum V8 topped with a four-barrel carburetor. With a newer motor you get to take advantage of more modern components, and the consignor says this is producing around 400 horsepower! So while the horn might sound like a fun cartoon character, the dual exhaust rumbles like a menacing villain. And because you have this big power upgrade, be glad there are supporting components like the stout A727 Torqueflight three-speed automatic transmission and a limited slip rear end. Plus, you have great any time driving features like power steering, a thick sway bar up front, and BF Goodrich T/As on iconic Rallye wheels. Supplemented with receipts and photos, you're looking at a well presented and ferociously powerful Mopar with a fresh heart. Don't let this one slip away. Call now!

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