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426 Hemi - 4-Speed 1968 Road Runner - Rotisserie Restored

Make: Plymouth
Model: Road Runner
Year: 1968
Mileage: 4500
VIN: RM21J8A122535
Color: Blue
Engine: 426 Hemi
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Knoxville, Tennessee, United States

1968 Plymouth Road Runner Additional Info:

Investment Grade… Museum Quality

Very early build date: September 12, 1967

Recently brought out of Floyd garrett’s muscle car museum.

Used for a car & driver documentary: See Link Below.

1 of only 435 Hemi 4-Speed coupes Built!

1968 Hemi 4-Speed Road runner frame-off restored to a high standard!

Simply An awesome addition to any collection…

The absolute best combination of power and colors comes with this B-Body!

And “yes” it runs and drives even better than it looks!

RARE ‘68 Electric Blue Hemi- 4-Speed… Right Year, right color combination, right engine, right transmission, a Blast to Drive and is in Excellent Restored / Maintained Condition!

Frame-Off Restored with Super Curb Appeal

This is one of the rare opportunities that captures you and just makes you want it... Show It, Drive It, add to a Collection or Museum or all the above! This Very Special Car offers it all.

This Hemi Road Runner is simply a Thumbs Up American Icon… They Do Not Come Around Often…Don't let this excellent Piece of History get past you!!!

Exterior: Has an Awesome curb appearance!

  • VIN# RM21J8A122535
  • Paint: Code (QQ1) Electric Blue Metallic (I would rate it an 9.0 out of 10 if a 10 really exist)
  • Body: Very nice with no blemishes or accident history (All body lines are excellent).
  • Bumpers: (Rear) Excellent Condition, (Front) Excellent Condition (no known flaws in either).
  • Other Chrome / Stainless: Excellent Condition.
  • Grill: Excellent Condition
  • Door Handles: Excellent Condition.
  • Floor Pans: Very solid and nicely Rotisserie Painted (No Undercoating)
  • Overall Body Fitment: The fitment and body lines are great…The doors open and shut flawlessly as does the hood and trunk.

  • Interior:
  • Seats: (D4) Black Deluxe Vinyl Split Seats (Excellent Condition)
  • Carpet: Excellent condition with no rips or tears as are the Road Runner protection floor-mats.
  • Dash: The dash is in excellent condition with no tears or known blemishes.
  • Steering Column / Wheel: The column is in excellent condition. The steering wheel is also original, restored and in excellent condition [Beep-Beep Horn Works Fantastic]
  • Gauges: Excellent restored condition and work as they should.
  • Seatbelts: Correct seatbelts and in excellent condition.
  • Door Panels: Excellent Condition with no rips or tears.
  • Glass: The Windows go up / down well and are all in super condition. Windshield & back glass are in great condition.
  • Dash & Courtesy Lights: All work as they should.
  • Radio: Factory AM (Not Currently working).

Suspension, Brakes, Wheels & Tires:

  • Front/Rear: ‘68 Plymouth Road Runner Steel wheels (Body Color) with Dog Dish Hubcaps. New Radial Red-Line Tires excellent with 99% tread remaining.
  • Underbody / Frame: Very nice with no hint of rust anywhere. It was stripped and repainted during the Frame-Off restoration.
  • Front Suspension: Restored Like New & Very tight condition.
  • Rear Suspension: Restored Like New & Very tight condition.
  • Brakes: Restored Four-Wheel factory drum brakes and stops very straight and well.

Drive Train:

  • Engine: Block: 426 / 425 HP Hemi - Believed to be a CE Block Build April 15, 1968 Stamped # 42624560004
  • Transmission: Correct 833 4-speed.
  • Rear End: Correct 1968 Dana 60 with 3.54 Ratio

TNN Documentary Produced for Car & Driver:

This very car was used for this documentary and can be viewed on Youtube using the below link.



Go to YouTube and type in Car & Driver 1968 Road Runner

Overall Condition: Hands Down, A Very NICE Restored Road Runner and one of the nicest I have Ever owned or driven!!!

It’s what every MOPAR Enthusiast wants And a Great Investment as Well!!!

If you know the RARE B-Body Hemi-4 Speed Road Runners, you know a few important key points… They are not all restored or maintained the same. I came across this car when I was not really looking for one but just had to get it. The car was Frame-Off restored about 20 years ago and it appears as if it were completed a year ago. After receiving the car from Floyd Garrett’s Muscle Car Museum (Sevierville, TN), I sent it to a Daytona, Florida to be completely gone through and prepared for safe and reliable driving duties again. Two months ago, Also, we replaced the tires, had the correct Radiator completely dissembled and re-cored as well as new plugs / related, and going through the carburetors and fuel system. This car now runs and drives so unbelievably well it is a true pleasure to get in and go anywhere and everywhere.

These High-Horsepower B-Bodies are Very Hot, Very Collectable, Very RARE, and when restored right, looks and drives great!

One of my all-time favorites, I love the feel and sound of this car and would not be afraid to take it anywhere! The engine has the perfect blend of torque and really makes for a true Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde machine… Slide behind the wheel, hit the key and take off…it’s that simple. This is a car for shows (any level), cruise-ins, or investment grade for a museum or collection. This car NEVER runs over 185 degrees. It has been at my buddie’s house in Daytona, Fl for the past few months being tuned up, getting it mechanically sound and it withstands the Florida heat with zero issues.

Things work as they should including but not limited to Headlights/Taillights, Signals, Interior Dash, Gauges, Heat, Speedometer, Tach, Wipers, Horn, Courtesy Lights, Clock, etc.

Is this Hemi Road Runner perfect? No and none of them are… I consider myself very particular and am usually much more critical of the cars in my collection than anyone else but try to be very forth-coming with details. In addition to my notes in the component descriptions above, the only thing I can say for sure is that the radio is currently not working. And the Tach works 90% of the time but, a new Tach has been purchased but not installed [Goes with the car] That is about all I can think of…

Why am I selling it: For the most part, its space… I have a couple of other old vehicles in my friends shop that are close to coming home.

I reserve the right to end this auction early due to having it for sale locally... I am pricing this car to sell and believe it will not last long so, do not hesitate to buy and please do so with absolute confidence! Please have finances in order prior to bidding as well. Purely as a hobby, I have been blessed to sell cars to buyers all over the country and internationally in my 25 years of collecting and take tremendous efforts in keeping a 100% feedback…that said, I have tried to be honest and accurate in all descriptions. I encourage however all to inspect this vehicle in person prior to bidding so that you can confirm my notes above. You can contact me with any questions at mdescamp@comcast.net or (865) 384-6017.

Note: I have a clear Tennessee Title in My Name for my Road Runner…I am not a business, and this is a personal collection vehicle.

If you are the winning bidder, please expect to send a $2,500 deposit within 72 hours and have plans to pick the car up within 7 days. Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer, but I can assist with local direct carriers with both enclosed and open hauling available. If you have less than a positive 2 feedback, please contact me before bidding.

Thanks for taking the time to look at my car and GOOD LUCK!