Tag: Plymouth Road Runner

1970 Plymouth Road Runner
15 Nov

Mopars New and Old

by   in Listings

Dodge, Chrysler, Plymouth — you can sum up the weighty legacy of these automotive heavy-hitters in one charged word: Mopar. Add in the Jeep and Fiat brands, and you’ve got an automaker with serious history and a serious vision for the future. Here’s a quick survey of Mopar highlights old and new, currently for sale […]

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1969 Plymouth Road Runner
24 Sep

eBay Listing: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

In the late ’60s, if you wanted to go fast for not a lot of money, Plymouth was your brand and the Road Runner was your car. Launched in 1968, the Road Runner catered to the bare-bones racer who wanted performance over options. For about $3,000, the Road Runner outran a lot of other higher-priced […]

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26 Jul

eBay Listing: 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge

When the Plymouth Road Runner hit the streets in 1968, Pontiac was caught off-guard. Their GTO had started the muscle car movement, but here was Mopar, taking up a large part of the market with a low-priced low-option entry that was a real performer.

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02 Jul

eBay Listing: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

This Hemi Road Runner wasn’t an original 426 car, but originality doesn’t win drag races. It looks ready for some serious street fighting, thanks to a rebuilt Hemi, 4-speed manual, Dana rear with 4.56 gears and ladder bars, and massive 29×12.5 Mickey Sportsmans.

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1973-Plymouth-Road-Runner-copy
14 Mar

1973 Plymouth Road Runner

This ’73 Road Runner is equipped with 340/235 V8 and original Pistol Grip 4-speed, and the seller says all numbers match, documented with build sheet and body tag. It’s a one-owner car that’s been driven less than 100 miles since 1984, and now wears a $7,000 paint job with fresh graphics. Many interior pieces are new […]

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26 Jan

1969 Plymouth Road Runner convertible

In 1969, the Road Runner was near the top of Plymouth’s intermediate-size muscle cars, following only the GTX in horsepower and standard features. The convertible featured here is rare, as just 2,128 convertibles were built that year, and only 773 of them came with a 4-speed transmission. Muscle car survival rates were poor in the […]

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03 Aug

1973 Plymouth Road Runner

The Duke boys were famous for running around Hazzard County, thwarting Boss Hogg and Roscoe P. Coltrane’s scams in the famous 1969 Dodge Charger known as ‘The General Lee.’  Cousin Daisy’s ride, at least for the first five episodes of “The Dukes of Hazzard,” was a yellow Plymouth Road Runner much like the ’73 listed […]

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