Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
A stick-shift, all-blue 1969 Plymouth Road Runner with a freshly rebuilt 383 V8 under the hood and four-on-the-floor is already quite awesome. And as you look over the whole package, you'll see a truly classic style that's irresistible.
This is possibly one of the most attractive Road Runners you can find while still looking absolutely original. The blocky body has the unflinching authority of a police car. But even within this industrial aggressiveness is room for some great styling touches like the rear fenders that extend past the wide rear light bar to create a Frenched look and the chiseled front end that shows you mean business. The factory-correct Bright Blue Metallic was resprayed later in life to retain an attractive style and the chrome bumpers are big and bright. Plus, it has some great muscle car details, like the speedy Road Runner decal graphics, redline tires, Mopar road wheels, bright dual exhaust tips, and the power domes in the hood outlined in orange.
Open the door, and you'll find one of the best interiors you will ever see on a Road Runner. Where most of these are dark-and-stark budget classics, this car features a seriously attractive two-tone blue. The vinyl seats and door panels are looking great, and it keeps plenty of original elements, including the heater/defrost controls, the AM radio for a display, and the dome light that greets you when the door opens. The bench seats of this big coupe make it a legitimate six-passenger automobile, but it's the driver that's clearly the most important in this Plymouth. You get an upgraded three-spoke sports steering wheel (the stock one also comes with the sale,) full factory gauges with rarely-seen tach, and an added oil pressure readout. And we bet you're already wondering what that Hurst shifter would look like with a pistol grip on top.
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 has a fresh and correct style. In fact, the low 700 miles on the odometer represents how far this has gone since the motor rebuild. With that sleekly bold block paint and bright Magnum air grabber, it looks like a beacon of performance in the engine bay. And while this looks beautifully stock, if you dig a little deeper you'll spot some nice upgrades. This V8 inhales deeper with an Edelbrock AVS2 four four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with added power and authority as long tube headers feed the dual exhaust. You have complete control over the big V8's power and its rumbling soundtrack thanks to the (possibly original) four-speed manual transmission. This Road Runner keeps the tradition of muscle cars that want you to have an unfiltered feel of the road, but there are the right comfort features, like power seeing and newer tires.
The rebuilt V8, four-speed, and factory-correct blue color theme are all part of what makes this good Road Runner and great muscle car classic. Call today!!!
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