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1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Highest Bid:
$38,000

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1969 Plymouth Road Runner

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1969 Plymouth Road Runner

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1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Highest Bid: $38,000 (USD) by: Bengal

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Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

RM21H9A240663

Location:

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Odometer:

94,767 (Mi)

Lot Number:

7176990

Engine:

383ci V8

Seller:

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

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Highest Bid: $38,000 (USD) by: Bengal

Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

RM21H9A240663

Location:

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Odometer:

94,767 (Mi)

Lot Number:

7176990

Engine:

383ci V8

Seller:

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

TITLE/VIN CHECK  

Confirmed

 

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Vehicle Story

This 1969 Plymouth Road Runner shows 95k miles and was the recipient of a professional restoration with special attention to maintaining factory fit and finish. The car features factory-correct badging, refinished chrome, a dual exhaust system, and auxiliary gauges. It is powered by a 383ci V8 paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission. Finished in Bright Green Metallic over a black vinyl interior, this first-generation example is now offered by the selling dealer with a clear Michigan title.

This Road Runner was professionally resprayed in Bright Green Metallic as part of the restoration and features chrome trim, factory-correct emblems and decals in the proper locations, and a polished dual exhaust system.

Factory 14” color-matched steel wheels with center caps are wrapped in redline tires of unknown age.

The interior is fitted with reupholstered black vinyl bench seats and matching door panels, dash, and carpet. Amenities include a heater, a factory Solid State AM radio, and a custom fabric-lined center stack with a late-model Chrysler AM/FM/cassette head unit. A Road Runner decal is affixed at the passenger side of the dash and embroidered floor mats are found in the footwells.

Instrumentation is framed by a 3-spoke, wood-rimmed steering wheel with a Road Runner horn decal and consists of a 120-mph speedometer, gauges for fuel, coolant temperature, and oil pressure, and a Bosch 8k tachometer. Additional oil pressure and coolant temperature gauges are part of the custom center stack. The 5-digit mechanical odometer reads under 95k miles, which the selling dealer asserts is accurate.

The 383ci V8 is equipped with a 4-barrel carburetor and is mounted within a fully detailed engine bay. It was factory-rated at 335 horsepower and 425 lb-ft of torque when new. Power is transferred to the rear wheels through a 3-speed automatic transmission and a column-mounted shift lever.

Additional undercarriage photos can be found in the gallery. 

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Comments & Questions

May 12, 2021
08:07 AM

Sounds great! Does it have the "meep meep" horn? [I had a '72 with this horn] Thx

May 12, 2021
04:21 AM
Seller

@Hunter65 – How is all the Crome on it can’t tell in pics thanks ...

Chrome overall is in good condition. Bumpers are good, trim around the vent windows show some minor pitting.

May 12, 2021
04:19 AM
Seller

@Mccoy85 – sorry if i missed it, but is the motor a numbers matching motor? ...

The engine and transmission are not numbers matching to the car, but they are numbers matching to each other, both engine and transmission were taken together from another 1969 vehicle. Engine block was cast in April, 1969. The core support and trunk numbers match the Vin on the windshield showing that all is an authentic Road Runner. Radiator is a correct 26” unit. Part number 2949053, which is correct for a 1969 B-body. There is a date code stamping on the radiator, stamped 1039 (April 13th 1969), which likely pre-dates final assembly of the vehicle, and the radiator could theoretically be original to the car.

May 11, 2021
06:34 PM
Bidder

How is all the Crome on it can’t tell in pics thanks

May 11, 2021
01:46 PM
RcR

If I had the cash I'd be all over this. I'd be surprised if it goes this cheap, it's worth far more

May 11, 2021
11:40 AM

sorry if i missed it, but is the motor a numbers matching motor?

May 10, 2021
03:31 PM
Bidder

Is there a reserve

May 06, 2021
08:18 AM
Seller

@Joe44 – Spray painting of undercarriage coverups a lot of possible problems. ...

There is NOT a lot of undercoating Joe, its for future rust prevention since so much money has gone into paint and body. The coating is thin enough where you can see all the factory floor-pan ribbed areas and metal seams. Your "assumption" is not accurate of having issues. I won't "assume" that you are only commenting and not bidding on the car. GLWTB

May 05, 2021
03:26 PM

Spray painting of undercarriage coverups a lot of possible problems.

May 05, 2021
01:11 PM
Seller

@Den – Any problems? Does it run good? ...

Runs very well and is solid. Please see the running video of the car. https://youtu.be/qsKq-YjMJzs

May 05, 2021
12:12 PM
Den
Bidder

Any problems? Does it run good?

May 05, 2021
09:56 AM
Seller

@Julius – Why does the car have a 1968 dash pad ...

We got the car that way, don't know when it was replaced.

May 05, 2021
07:55 AM

Why does the car have a 1968 dash pad

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