1970 Plymouth Roadrunner 440 4 Speed! Hemi Orange Dana 60! Real Deal! on 2040-cars
Sapulpa, Oklahoma, United States
Engine:7.2L 440Cu. In. V8 GAS Naturally Aspirated
For Sale By:Private Seller
Interior Color: Black
Number of Cylinders: 8
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Drive Type: U/K
Sub Model: ROADRUNNER
Disability Equipped: No
Exterior Color: HEMI ORANGE
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
Hello I have a 1970 Roadrunner for sale. It is a post car! (super rare) and it is a true RM21 Roadrunner. It was a 383 h.p. 4 speed car originally. Now it has a heavily built 440 2x4 carb setup and a 4 speed. Its a Dana 60 3.54! Its an original Hemi Orange car! As you can see it is still holding on to a lot of the original paint. As far as rust goes it will need lower quarter patches on each side and possibly some rear window corners, other than that it just needs a few dents worked out. It was originally a bench seat car it now has 1970 high back B body bucket seats. The interior is in really great shape for never being restored! The dash pad is cracked up a bit and the only tears other than that is just a few minor tears in the driver seat and a few cuts/tears on the driver door panel. It is missing the dash trim that covers the radio and the radio. Other than that it is all excellent! All signals, and all lights work. It has the rallye cluster with 150 mph speedometer. This is an extremely easy project. Restored this car will be worth $30,000.00 easy. You can buy it now and put just a little bit of work and money into and have a restored 70 roadrunner 4 speed car for under 20k! Its very solid. As far as project cars go on a scale of 1 to 10 this car is an easy 9! The car runs and drives great! Dont miss out on this awesome ride they are getting way too hard to find. This is an awesome and very rare car. The price as it sits is $16,500.00 OBO Please call or text me at 918-978-0155 or 918-859-6767 anytime with any questions thanks. If I do not sell it as is, I will restore it and the price will be twice as much when finished. As you can see I am a mopar collector. And this is just piece of my collection I have decided to part with as I have a little too much on my plate at the moment to be able to get to it.The OTHER 2 VEHICLES PICTURED WITH IT ARE NOT FOR SALE!Additional details: It has MSD 7AL-2 ignition. The 440 has had the intake, heads, and exhaust port matched. It has a lunati 30306 cam Duration 285/295, Lift .507/.534, it has keith black pistons. No more than 100 miles have been put on the car since the rebuild was done. I have receipts for all the work done. This car is fast. Very fast. And an absolute blast to drive. It has a brand new gas tank and sending unit. Within 48 hours of purchase I will expect $500.00 deposit through paypal. The rest of the money I will want transferred directly to my bank account or in cash in person. I will not accept anymore than $500.00 in my paypal account due to paypal fees. If you have any questions about payment options please contact me by phone or email.There is no warranty on this car! It is sold AS-IS. You arrange your own shipping or pickup.
Plymouth Road Runner for Sale
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