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1970 Plymouth Roadrunner V code 4 speed Road Runner 440 6 barrel pack pak Dana

Make: Plymouth
Model: Road Runner
Year: 1970
Mileage: 999,999
Color: Black
Engine: 440
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Newton, Kansas, United States

1970 Plymouth Road Runner Additional Info:

I bought it 2.5 years ago but I have a few other projectsthat are more important to me. You can also find this on the Wichita, KS C-list.

This 1970 Roadrunner was built at the Lynch Road assembly plant and the fender tag shows it was a no frills car that was built to go fast. It came off the assembly line with the 390hp 440 6 pack engine, 18 spline (heavy duty) 4 speed, 3.54 Dana (A33 option), manual steering, and 11" manual drum brakes. The original 440 engine is long gone and I have not been able to track it down. I do have the fender tag, a clear Kansas title, the numbers matching 18 spline hemi transmission, and the 3.54 Dana 60 rearend. This car originally came out of Phoeni, AZ so it’s very solid for a 49 year old unrestored Mopar project. It does need a trunk floor pan, rear window corner patches, trunk extensions, and probably some lower quarter patches. I had the front floor pans professionally patched with AMD floor pans. I wanted to save as much of the solid original sheetmetal as possible. The floor pan patches were butt welded and ground down so it looks good. The exterior was put in primer andthe engine bay was painted more then 12 years ago, so it's not a recent spray bomb. TheVIN tag and fender tag match the trunk gutter partial VIN stamping. The upper radiator support was replaced at some point so the radiator support partial stamp is not present. The door sticker is present but is only a partial sticker. The grill andheadlight buckets are in good condition. All the glass is present. The windshield is brand new and the rest of the glass isuncracked driver quality.The door panels are pretty worn out and need replaced. I had a new pinion seal installed on the Dana and had the rearend serviced with synthetic gear oil. The manualbrakes have been bled and they work well. The instrument cluster is from a 1969 Charger and will need rebuilt/restored. The front bucket seats seen in pictures are not original to the car as this car originally came with a front bench.The rear seat is from a 1969 Charger and the frame is a solid core to reupholster.Thewiring was removed and boxed as I was planning to replace it. The steel wheels on the car in the picture are not included. The car will come with a full set of slot mags (can be seen in several pictures). I bought and will include a brand new Edelbrock 6 barrel intake that is new in the box. I do have the original pistol grip shifter handle, but not the Hurst shifter. The bellhousing that came with it is included although it has beenpreviously welded/repaired. I do NOT have the radiator, engine, carbs, air intake assembly, exhaust manifolds/exhaust, driveshaft, etc.
A $200 non refundable deposit must be made within 48 hours of theauctions end. I would prefer a cash sale but I may consider a trade/partial trade for a 68-70 Charger. The buyer mustpick the car up in person as I want the buyer to see the car in firsthand. In other words, a third party trucker will not suffice. Payment must be made in cash.The vehicle must be picked up within 2 weeks of theauctions end. If you have any questions, please ask.
Fender tag codes:
Line 1 25137 Gate series 115110 Line sequence # 122 440-6 engine and 4 speed transmission 082 Dana 60 w/ 3.54 ratio and 11" drums (A33) 676 18 spline heavy duty "hemi" 4 speed transmission
Line 2 26 26" radiator
Line 3 FF4 Lime green metallic paint
Line 4 FF4 Lime Green metallic paint H2F8 High interior, Vinyl bench seat in F8 green EF8 Upper door frame color: F8 green 905 Build date of 09-05-1969 110110 Order #
Line 5 E87 440 6 barrel engine D21 4 speed manual transmission RM23 Roadrunner 2 door hardtop V0A 390hp 440-6 engine, 1970 model year, A: Lynch Road assembly plant 116879 VIN/sequence #