|Introduced for 1969 were new colored decals and optional bucket seats. Don't forget about the array of engines for all the Mopar fans.|
1969 Plymouth Road Runner
In its second year debut with lots of sales success the 1969 Road Runner was offered with an array of new options and the big news was the addition of a convertible to join the hardtop and pillared coupe series. With new colored Road Runner decals and optional front bucket seats the ’69 Road Runner was optioned with an array of power plant V8 engines for its Mopar fans. Joining the existing 383 and 426 engines was a choice of 440 V8s, including a four barrel rated at 375 hp, and a triple-two barrel 440 V8, known as the "440 + 6 which provided Hemi-like acceleration for about half the price. Included with the 440+6 engine were simple, black wheels, a flat black fiberglass lift-off hood, and a functional hood scoop.
1969 Plymouth Road Runner Production
|Model Number||Body/Style Number||Body Type & Seating||Factory Price||Shipping Weight||Total Production|
|ER2-M||RM21||2 Dr Coupe||$2,945||3,435 lbs||33,743|
|ER2-M||RM23||2 Dr Hardtop Coupe||$3,083||3,450 lbs||48,549|
|ER2-M||RM27||2 Dr Convertible||$3,313||3,790 lbs||2,128|
1969 Plymouth Road Runner Engines
383 V8 335 hp @ 5200 rpm, 425 lb-ft @ 3400 rpm.
440 V8 375 hp @ 4600 rpm, 480lb-ft @ 3200 rpm.
440+6 V8 390 hp @ 4700 rpm, 490 lb-ft @ 3200 rpm.
426 Hemi V8 425 hp @ 5000 rpm, 490 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm.
426 Hemi w/425 hp: 0-60 in 5.3 sec, 1/4 mile in 13.55 sec @ 105mph.
1969 Plymouth Brochure Gallery
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