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1970' Plymouth Roadrunner

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Expired
Body: Convertible
Mileage: 111251 km
Transmission: Automatic

1970
PLYMOUTH ROADRUNNER CONVERTIBLE1
OF 429 BUILT WITH 383 AUTOMATIC   FACTORY
A/C CAR - 1 0f 112 BUILT)

        $65,000.00 OR BEST “REASONABLE” OFFERFor more information contact me for a copy of a five page information packet in MS Word.69,100 miles: 383; PS; PB;
Automatic; A/C; Burnt Orange exterior; Black interior;  Bucket Seat; Center Console with Shifter;
Rally Dash; 6 Way Manual Driver’s Seat Track.

Production Numbers
824 Total Convertibles made, 429 with 383/Auto and only 112 with A/C total.  Runs very well. Engine is correct date coded
but not the original motor…was replaced somewhere down the line.

History: Originally
ordered & bought in Florida  purchased and brought up to
Sarnia Canada in the late 90’s., semi-restored in 2002-03; Both rear quarter
panels were replaced.  I bought the car
in 2012.

Vintage HVAC System (installed
2019), Power windows (NU-Relics), aftermarket stereo system, exhaust system and
Semi-Custom Interior (Legendary Interiors Custom Shop) , 6 Way Manual Driver’s
Seat Track, Front disc brake conversion; new dash wiring harness, Amp Meter By-Pass
wiring, etc… added since I have owned it..

Under carriage very
clean.    Recent replacement of front
suspension/steering parts plus the power steering box (Built by Stear &
Gear – Firm feel) and exhaust system and disc brakes added.

Runs, Rides and
steers great.

List of all original parts replaced included with the car in the five page information packet.

Exterior Burnt
Orange; Interior from Legendary Interior's Custom Shop Black with stock patterns with Burnt
Orange panels, piping & stitching.
Aftermarket stereo system.

Recently the Factory
A/C was replaced with a Vintage A/C system along with the dash harness and Amp
Gauge By-Pass wiring also installed (the cause of many Mopar fires) and a Cold
Case aluminum radiator.