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mike69rr
    
i have a 69 road runner with a hurst 4 speed is this rare and how many came with this trans in them
has hurst logo on trunk
posted: December 16, 2011
 
    
 
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vintagecollector
    
you should order a report from www.galengovier.com he should be able to tell you.
posted:  December 16, 2011
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spudder
    
Thats a tough one since all the production records from 1968 and up were either thrown away or lost at Chrysler/Dodge Corp. This is why you see alot of 69 Roadrunner 4spd swaps... How do you verify it wasnt original they say! The fact that it has a 4spd makes it more desirable but having some original build sheet or owner verification would make it even more desirable and rare! It is known that close to 49,000 2dr hardtops were produced.
posted:  December 16, 2011
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caoldride
    
Assuming this is a 383 car,

Coupe: 18,191
Hardtop: 21,278
Conv: 784
posted:  December 24, 2011
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