1969 Plymouth Road Runner - Numbers Matching! - No Reserve! - SEE VIDEO!!

1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Make: Plymouth
Model: Road Runner
Type: Hardtop
Year: 1969
Mileage: 98076
VIN: RM23H9G118288
Color: Green
Engine: 383
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: White
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Lewiston, Idaho, United States
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Description for Plymouth Road Runner 1969

1969 PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER
RESTORATION PROJECT
No reserve price! Car is advertised locally. Listing may end at any time.

Yes, this car previously sold on eBay. However, the buyer was unable to complete the transaction as per eBay policy. Please do not bid if you cannot complete the purchase.
Carefully follow these instructions: You will find five(5) YouTube videos linked below. For any potential buyers wanting to know exactly what they are buying, please watch each video, completely, after reading the description.One cannot understand the true depth of the car by simply looking at the twelve pictures posted in this eBay listing. Watch the videos.If the videos do not work on your iPhone Safari browser, try your home computer or laptop. The videos are confirmed to work with Chrome and Microsoft Edge internet browsers. If you have any questions, please ask them prior to bidding.
Up for auction is a 1969 Plymouth Road Runner. It has F5 Limelight Metallic green exterior paint and originally came with a white vinyl top and white factory painted pinstripes. It has a numbers matching 383 engine and 727 automatic transmission. The engine needs to be rebuilt and is currently inoperable but spins over freely, see YouTube video (#1) linked below. The numbers on the title, dash VIN, fender tag, engine block, transmission, upper core support and trunk weatherstrip lip all match. YouTube video (#2) linked below demonstrates this well. The Broadcast sheet was used for a nest by the mice and only a few shreds of it remain. This car has a "489" casting 8-3/4" rear differential with 3.23 gears. The white bucket seat interior is original and complete other than the carpeting. Note that the back window, headliner along with related moldings, trim pieces, and hardware are bagged, tagged and stowed in the trunk and included in this listing. Auto body work performed to the car includes driver side inner fender and lower core support replaced with AMD reproduction body metal by a local auto body shop. Aside from that, the entire interior was stripped and sand blasted before being sprayed with Martin Senour Rust/Proof MD. Although a few auto body challenges remain, overall this car is structurally sound, rust wise, from presumably spending most of it's life in the Pacific Northwest area, and stored inside for the past 18 years. To get a better look of the undercarriage and drivetrain, check out YouTube video (#4) linked below. Other than that, a key attribute I admire about this car is how complete and original it is right down to just about every factory original nut and bolt. YouTube video (#3) linked below, catalogs many of the factory original parts and components found on this car. As I watch many of the classic car listings these days, I find it's getting harder and harder to find a solid, original, project car to begin a really great restoration project with. Happy Bidding!!!A few logistical items to cover: the car's steering works and the brakes have been recently bled with fresh brake fluid which adequately stops the car. The tires maintain tire pressure and the automatic transmission can hold the car in park. That said, this car can be rolled onto a trailer and picked up locally and/or shipped anywhere. This at the full expense of the winning bidder, of course. Please note the automotive battery shown in the pictures was used for demonstrational purposes only and is NOT included in this listing. Finally, You Tube video (#5) linked below showcases an extensive list of NOS, OEM and Vintage Race parts I've collected over the years for the restoration of this car. They are available separately for purchase. Please message me for more information about these items.


(#1) - 1969 Road Runner - Walk around - YouTube

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(#2) - 1969 Road Runner - Numbers #'s Matching Defined - YouTube

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(#3) - 69 Road Runner Slide Show - YouTube

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(#4) - 1969 Road Runner - Undercarriage w/Drivetrain - YouTube

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(#5) - Mopar Parts FOR SALE - YouTube

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Note(1): Three(3) other items of note: (1)The hood hinges were sent out and rebuilt by Mopar specialist, Restorations by Rick. (2) The factory original distributor was sent to Paul Petcou of Pure Stock Muscle Car Drag Race (PSMCDR) fame where Mr. Petcou rebuilt and re-curved the distributor. This factory distributor is custom curved to work optimally with the Mr. Six Pack camshaft shown in YouTube video (#5). The distributor also has a new NOS vacuum control, Chrysler part number #2875728, a new NOS lead wire, Chrysler part number #2444282, and a fresh set of Accel 32oz. performance points, part number #8302. (3)Lastly, the original windshield shown in this listing is sitting in place and not adhered to the windshield channel.


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