Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
This 1974 Plymouth Road Runner has a terrific all-blue look that goes for the original style appearance. And its impressive paperwork file really drives home the feeling of a unique classic. It all makes for a V8-powered cruiser that\'s distinctive, affordable, and very vintage.
You know you love the look of this one. 1974 was the last year that Plymouth\'s B-bodies really had that long and sinister style, and this one seems to showcase that the best. There\'s a stripe package that highlights some of the best features. It draws attention to the bulge in the hood with twin scoops. The white also runs the length of the coupe before wrapping around the top and showcasing the hardtop profile (a feature that would disappear after this year.) Add in some shine from the chrome bumpers and Rallye wheels, and this has some great classic style. The overall way to view this coupe is a true classic cruiser. You have the factory-correct color, and the full package is clean and unmodified. But this isn\'t a full survivor or a full show car. The idea is to give you something interesting and vintage at a value price. That way you\'ve got a fun car today, and you already have the budget for a respray, restoring the roll-down rear windows, adding Cragar wheels, or whatever other personal touches you want to do in the future.
The interior is quite distinct with its full blue style. There are nice classic pieces, like the stock steering wheel, wood-like trim, and two wide rows of bench seats. And yes, the horn still makes its distinct cartoon BEEP! BEEP! But there are also nice upgrades, like the newer upholstery, newer dash pad, and an added pop-out sunroof. To really understand how this one likes to balance vintage and new, just look at the radio. The classic AM unit is still there for display. But your real driving music comes from an AM/FM unit with USB and Bluetooth that\'s mounted under the dash.
Mopar\'s 318 cubic-inch V8 is nicely situated in the engine bay. These are hardy motors that love to upgrade for serious power, and we all know a big block or crate motor fits in there nicely, too. But right now, this Road Runner just likes to be a cruiser. So it\'s tidy, well-maintained, and runs well. There\'s also a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front discs for an easy any time driving experience. Those wide BF Goodrich T/A tires are even new from 2021.
The sale comes complete with excellent paperwork that includes the original window sticker, original bill of sale, owner\'s manual, and dealer invoice. This is the classic Mopar that gives you a lot of options for fun today and even more personalized enjoyment in the future. Call today!!!
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