Plymouth Road Runner (1969)

Sale price: US $30,000.00 Make an Offer

Condition: Used Year: 1969
VIN : RM27H9G205284 Mileage: 500
Interior Color: White Make: Plymouth
Number of Cylinders: 8 Model: Road Runner
Transmission: Manual Trim: Convertible
Body Type: Convertible Engine: 383
Vehicle Title: Clear Drive Type: RWD
Options: Convertible Fuel Type: Gasoline
Exterior Color: Blue For Sale By: Private Seller

Bothell, Washington, United States

Vehicle description

1969 383 4 speed drop top, true RM matching numbers. Frame on 4 year old partial restoration, no rust, with build sheet. *Body- new paint, new quarters, rockers, trunk pan. Great car for driver. *Engine- rebuilt by T&D machine in Kenmore, WA. The owner figured horsepower to be about 390, and a little over 400 if a clutch fan is installed. 383 new rebuild with about 800 miles on it. Line bored, 30 over, balanced and blueprinted. Engine was decked. Original pistons, 510 cam. New Holley dual feed 650 carburetor. MSD ignition, coil and distributor. . *Heads-port, polished and shaved. I believe there was over sized/race valves in it from previous rebuild. *Transmission-rebuilt by B&R transmission outside Tulsa, OK. Yes, I sent it to Oklahoma. Brian, the shop owner, has done many transmissions for the NHRA and NASCAR. He had the original transmission from a very low mile "69 Roadrunner. He used the original gears, not aftermarket. So the housing is matching number original transmission. *Interior- floor pans wire-wheeled and undercoated, new carpet, new upholstery on seats and headrests, with one of a kind roadrunners embroidered in. Currently working on rest of interior and gauges. Has aftermarket gauges installed under dash. No holes were drilled for gauges. *Top-new white convertible top Rally wheels with rings, old school Leman"s white letter tires, not available anymore, but tires are in great shape. Have roadrunner stickers, but have not put them on because wanted to polish car first. I have the build sheet . I am the 3rd owner and I know the original and 2nd owner. 2nd owner stored car in his shop for 15 years. Please go to Hagerty website and check value for a 1969 Roadrunner Convertible. I value the car at low #3 GOOD maybe on 2nd or 3rd of ten shelves between a #3 and #2 EXCELLENT. Should give everyone an idea of its value. Around $45G? The 4 speed adds a little more value, I think. I"m not a car appraiser. If you want a GREAT classic muscle car convertible that runs well, looks great, but isnt perfect, Here is the car for you! Only 769 convertible 383 4 speed cars were made, a lot did not survive. Not a super rare car, but pretty rare! Speedometer makes noise when hooked up, gas gauge reads 1/2 tank when full, oil pressure is not hooked up. Volt meter works fine Horn works and is Beep Beep. No leaks. Heater works, chip in front windshield, all windows work. RESERVE SET AT $32,000.00 GOOD LUCK