213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
A stick-shift, bucket seat 1969 Plymouth Road Runner with its numbers-matching 383 V8 under the hood is already quite awesome. And as you look over the whole package you'll see the right investments that keep this Mopar hardtop a terrific driver.
The factory-correct B5 Fire Blue Metallic paint is the right kind of bright to attract attention to this special coupe. We also love the paint because it seems to go with the Road Runner's attitude. You'll see that this example has plenty of extras, and the trim tag tells us it was born with these. So this coupe has a touch of premium feel, and so that goes well with the factory-correct white vinyl roof. But this is a car made for confident and carefree driving. That's why it's a true muscle car that wants to own the road. You see it in the details, like the performance hood with red accents and Mopar's road wheels. Plus, the color seems like the perfect way to coordinate with the Warner Bros. bird that makes the same BEEP! BEEP! sound as the horn.
Plymouth was the budget brand, and so the hardtop body and bucket seat interior were not the kinds of things everyone paid extra for back in the day. But these options are what make you love this one. After all, there's nothing better than rolling down all the windows and showing off the pillar-less profile of a coupe that's tailored to you. But since this has newer upholstery and plenty of interior room, you can also let friends and family join you for the experience. And what makes this a great driver's car are also the things you'll love to point out the most - including the desirable factory tach that goes so well with the pistol-grip Hurst shifter.
From the moment you lift the hood, you know exactly why this one gets your heart racing. The 383 cubic-inch V8 in the engine bay is the numbers-matching motor installed by the St. Louis factory over a half-century ago. With that big bold block paint and correct Road Runner on top, it looks like a beacon of performance in the engine bay. And to make sure this one remains a great driver for the modern age, there have been the right investments here. This includes the aluminum radiator, a new gas tank, and a Holley four four-barrel carburetor that was installed only about a year ago. You have complete control over the big V8's power and its rumbling soundtrack thanks to the numbers-matching four-speed manual transmission. Out on the road, you'll feel the confident difference on newer investments like the front bushing, new power brake booster, and upgraded to front discs with drilled and slotted rotors.
This is the sharp-looking Road Runner with the best features and originality. So an in-demand classic like this is a case of calling us today or you may regret it tomorrow!
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