1969 Plymouth Road Runner CONVERTIBLE Rare 1 of 1890* made California Car

1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Condition: Used
Make: Plymouth
Model: Road Runner
Type: Convertible
Trim: Convertible
Year: 1969
Mileage: 80,000
Color: Red
Engine: 440 CI
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: White
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Description for Plymouth Road Runner 1969

Selling my really rare.... Real 1969 Plymouth Road Runner CONVERTIBLE.... 1 of 1890 ever made!! This caris NOT a Numbers Matching Car but per the trim taghas the correct factory color, correct factory strips, correct factory color interior, correct factory color dash, correct factory colored POWER top. My car has a BIG BLOCK 440 Cu In Engine in it now.... but from factory was a 383 automatic car. My car has Power Steering, Power DISC Front Brakes (drums in rear), Power Top, all the lights work, turn signals work, brake lights work, and the radio does work but reception is 1969.....Haaaa, poor reception. My car is a daily driver.... very fun to drive with 2 fingers, dependable..... it's NOT a Trailer Queen, NOT Investment Grade, NOT NUMBERS MATCHING and needs to have the passenger side floor pan replaced and both Torque Boxes need to be replaced because of rust, power steering pump should be replaced and there is an exhaust leak...... all easy stuff to fix.... that's why I am selling my car at this price. Title is clean (NOT Salvage)...
Also, I do have a period correct 383 Block, steel crank, intake, carb, front drums, alternator that I might throw in for an additional $2,000PLUSa full price offer. Call me anytime and I'll talk you through the car and answer every questionI can.... this isyour chance toown a really rare historicawesome car!!
Call John 602-763-1111
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Note: *Production Numbers vary from article to article... 1890 or 2127 or 2128.... I make no representation that any of these production number are accurate; do your own research please. Thanks