The 70s were a wacky, wonderful time for high-performance cars, and nobody did high-impact muscle better than Chrysler. So if its attention youre craving, check out this 1972 Plymouth Roadrunner, complete with Sublime paint, a Go-Wing, and a ton of options inside. The "fuselage" styling has aged pretty well, still looking futuristic and rounded with aggressively flared fenders. Of course, painting anything Sublime green is simply asking for attention, but its fortunate that this car looks as good as it does if all those folks are going to be staring at it. According to our records, this car has spent its entire life in Georgia, which means clean living and thats always kind on the sheetmetal. As a result, the flanks are smooth, the doors fit well, and there are no bubbles under the black vinyl top. The paint is recent and looks fantastic rendered in modern materials that duplicate the color but give it a shine that was impossible 40 years ago. The hood is dressed up with cool 340 inserts and a fresh stripe kit thats a big part of the look, and a satin black wing out back ties it all together. Both the front and rear bumpers seem to echo each other in their shape, and with bright chrome and nicely polished stainless trim, the car has a great look. Inside, the interior got a mild makeover thats both period-perfect and ready to cater to serious drivers. Buckets and a console make it a desirable car, but the multi-colored inserts on the door panels and doors add a touch of 70s flash. Heck, the cars logo is a cartoon bird, a bit of fun with the disco era is definitely welcome! A genuine Tuff Wheel frames the original gauges, and the dash itself, along with the console, has been wrapped in matching black upholstery fabric. This one also packs factory A/C, power steering and brakes, as well as an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo head unit in the dash, so cruising is a genuine pleasure. Revised styling also included a large, usable trunk, which carries a full-sized spare and jack assembly. The engine is beautifully detailed, and somehow that contrast between Sublime green paint and the Hemi Orange engine always looks incredible. They paid attention to the details when it went together, including a correct air cleaner with reproduction decals, and it shows very little use since it was finished because its immaculate under the hood. Long-tube headers appear to be the lone deviation from stock equipment along with the all-new Flowmaster exhaust system. The 727 TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic is bulletproof and in the Road Runner, offers quick reflexes and relaxed cruising, so you can drive it every day without penalty. Polished Torque Thrust wheels wear 215/65/15 front and wide 245/60/15 rear tires, which fill those wheelwells perfectly. Affordable, fast, and fun, with just the right 70s outrageousness, this Road Runner delivers in a big way. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.
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