One Of A Kind 1969 Plymouth Road Runner Is Begging To Be Driven
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Crown Concepts is known for having some of the most sought-after collector's cars on the market, but they may have outdone themselves with this one-of-a-kind Plymouth Road Runner from 1969.
This Roadrunner is in graphite gray and accented with the perfect balance between black and chrome. He rides on a set of brightly polished wheels. Under the hood is a specially built 383-cid V8 engine with a power cam and a Holley 750 carburetor. Power is transmitted to the rear wheels via a 4-speed manual gearbox that leads to a rear wheel with a 3.90: 1 gearbox. Other performance enhancements include a set of ceramic-coated attachments, a new high torque starter, power lockout disc brakes, and power steering.
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As you move in, the show car look / muscle car performance theme continues with a shot from the muscle car era sporting a Dakota digital instrument cluster with a bright white background and red backlighting. Benches covered with black leather upholstery and an original steering wheel with the legendary Road Runner bird logo add to the original muscle car feeling. However, a Hurst shifter alludes exactly to the higher performance capabilities of the car.
Between the name Road Runner and the legendary "Beep, Beep" sound of the horn, Plymouth is said to have invested US $ 60,000 in license fees and horn development in the model that was to become the Motor Trend Car of the Year in 1969. Thanks to Crown Concepts, you can have this specially created example for around $ 7,000 less. This one-of-a-kind Roadrunner is listed for sale for $ 52,929.00. Don't miss your chance to meet a real, show quality performer just begging to be driven.
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