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1973 Road Runner 400 Pistol Grip 4-speed on 2040-cars

US $22,500.00
Year:1973 Mileage:300000
Location:

Alliance, Nebraska, United States

Alliance, Nebraska, United States

 1973 PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER 400cid PISTOL GRIP 4-SPEED.  This thing is just a BEAUTIFUL car that turns heads everywhere it goes.  As stated it has a non-numbers matching 400 cu. in. big block with a pistol grip 4-speed and 7 1/4 limited slip rear that's a lot of fun to drive.  The motor was rebuilt about 7 years ago and the only variations from a stock rebuild is a Comp Cams 280 mag cam (Go check out the specs on line if you like, I've dropped this cam in several motors over the years just because of the lope) to give it the idle I like at a stop light, an aluminum dual-plane intake, Holly 800 Double Pumper and a set of headers.  The front end was completely rebuilt about 6 years ago and handles like it just rolled off the assembly line. The exhaust was professionally bent and installed ending just in front of the rear axle and bent down to "Sweep the street" when you take off, (I just love doing that, LOL). This car is not fast and hasn't been treated like it is, I'm not sure but I think the rear gears are around 273 but I could be a little off on that, you'll be able to cruise at 80 MPH at around 2800 - 2900 RPM and at my age that's what makes it fun.  I'm aware that I listed many things in the "Item Description" category that may make it sound like there's more wrong than right with this car but that's absolutely not the case, this is a real stunner of a car as seen in the pics and I just want you, the buyer, to be happy and have no surprises when you get it.  Shipping is going to be up to you take care of through the whole process.  A non-refundable 500.00 deposit is required immediately at the end of the auction and payment in FULL by cashiers check or bank draft before the car even leaves my garage, This is listed locally so I reserve the right to end this listing at any time.  Thank you so much for looking!!!    

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