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1969 Plymouth Road Runner Show Car 383 Rotissoure Restored on 2040-cars

US $20,300.00
Year:1969 Mileage:60700 Color: Black /

Church Creek, Maryland, United States

Church Creek, Maryland, United States

Triple black 1969, 383 Plymouth Road Runner which was rotisserie restored approximately 8 years and The body panels and floors appear to be original to the car, but the engine is not. The Black paint shows the body to be ‘laser’ straight. No bubbling or rust.

From the information of the build, the engine is a 1965 ‘383 B’ code block. It was treated to a number of
upgrades and modifications which are listed below. Backing the 383 is a TCI Street Fighter 727 Torque Flight
3-speed automatic transmission which has been rebuilt with a 2500 stall convertor and shifted by a B&M Pro Rachet

Car cover included.


Engine & Transmission:

383 ‘B’ block bored .030” over

Speed Pro 10:1 pistons

Moly rings

New Mopar 516-cylinder heads w/ 1.74” exhaust valves

Comp Cams Xtreme energy K21-224-4 cam & kit hydraulic flat tappet; Adv. Duration 274/286, Lift .488/.491

Mopar Performance:

Single-plane intake manifold


Hooker headers

3” exhaust w/ Granatelli remote cut-outs (new)

Deep oil pan

Be Cool oversized aluminum radiator & shroud

Transmission cooler

High Volume Melling oil pump

750 cfm Quick Fuel carburetor (new)

Gas tank & sending unit (new)

Alternator / voltage regulator / battery (new)

TCI Street Fighter 727 Torque Flight transmission w/ 2500 stall convertor

Body & Paint:

2-stage urethane black both on the body, door jams, and undercarriage. Like a mirror

5-year ceramic coating on exterior

Original vent windows (minor pitting)

Glass is in excellent condition

Wipers are included. Removed for show

New washer container included

Subframe connectors

Suspension & Differential

8 ¾ differential with 3.55:1 posi unit

Disc brakes front, drums rear

15” American Torque Thrust wheels with powder coated centers and polished rims

B.F. Goodrich T/A radial tires 215x60Rx15 all around


New upholstery and door panels

Power steering

New Carpeting & headliner

B&M Pro Rachet shifter

Kenwood remote Bluetooth stereo w/subwoofer under driver’s seat

Grant steering wheel

Auto Meter Monster tach, water temp, fuel

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