1968 Plymouth Road Runner
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In Its Innaugural Year, The 1968 Plymouth Roadrunner Was Fairly Unique, In That Performance Was The Main Selling Feature Rather Than Plush Comfort. Sales Exceeded Expectations, Putting The Road Runner Third In Muscle Car Sales That Year Behind The Pontiac GTO And Chevelle SS396. Plymouth paid $50,000 to Warner Bros-Seven Arts To Use The Road Runner Name And Likeness From Their Wile E. Coyote And Road Runner Cartoons (As Well As A "Beep Beep" Horn, Which Plymouth Paid $10,000 To Develop). This Road Runner Has The Looks And Performance To Turn Heads! Features Include: Great Sounding And Running Mopar 440 ci V8 Engine - 536 Lift Hughes Cam, New Edelbrock Intake, Holley Dual Feed 850 Carburetor, High Pressure, High Volume Oil Pump, Polished Crank, Brass Guides 4 Speed manual Transmission Hayes Street & Strip Clutch With Classic Hurst Linkage And Shifter Electric Fuel Pump Modine 4-Core Radiator Mopar Performance Dress Up Kit Mallory Electronic Ignition Autogage Under Dash Gages (Oil, Water, Amp & Tach) AM/FM With Cassette 3" Aluminum Exhaust - 2 Stage Flowmaster - Chrome Tips Hooker Super Comp Headers Exterior Paint In Deep Amethyst With Three Coats Of Clear Newer Seats In Black (Upholstery & Padding) Newer Door Panels, Headliner And Carpet This is a consignment vehicle and the information above was provided by the current owner. We can make no guarantees as to the accuracy of the above information. However, please understand as with all pre-owned automobiles, the described condition is subjective . . Worldwide Enclosed Door To Door Transportation Along With Low Rate And Long Term Financing


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Road Runner


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