THANKS FOR THE NOMINATIONS AND HELPING ME WIN SHOWOFF OF THE WEEK!!! THANKS SO MUCH FOR ALL THE COMMENTS ON MY ROADRUNNER!!!  ____________________   1969 PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER I restored this car back to complete original condition in 2003, I have owned it since 1977, it was my first car, I paid $1875 for it in 1977, that was alot of money for me at the time, but I was single and working a good paying job, so I went for it. The car was in the condition to match the price, I worked very hard to keep it since then, I even had it listed for sale and almost had it sold in 1989, but at the last minute I changed my mind, I just couldn't see it go. When I bought it in 1977 it had a 440 but was not numbers matching, it came from a 1966 New Yorker, and had the single 4bbl carb set up. I hunted everywhere for a 1969 coded 440, and found the 6 pac carb set up a few weeks later. I am glad that I put the car together the way I did. I had so much fun building this car, I am looking for another late 60's Mopar. Specs: =Original "M Code" Road Runner=Only 388 M Code cars were built in 1969=Date Code Correct 440ci/390hp Six-Pack V8 with 4speed Transmission & Dana 60 Rear End (4:10 Gears). =Heavy Duty Rallye Suspension Package including HD Shocks, Sway Bar, Torsion Bars & Rear Springs. Heavy Duty Brakes. =Original Removable Hood.   Sorry I do not have any restoration pictures, I have them all on hard copy, I didn't own a digital camara at the time of the build.   HISTORY LESSON: Chrysler, back in the day, used the letter "A" to designate specific option groups each year. In 1969, A11 designated Chargers modified for NASCAR, the 500 and Daytona packages; A12 was used for Dodges and Plymouths that got the mid-year three two-barrel treatment, and A13 was used to designate A-Bodies (Darts and Barracudas) that got 440 engines under the hood. In each case, this was far more than an engine swap. Each A-code car received special body trim, driveline and suspension changes, and more often than not, pieces that were not on any other vehicle Mopar was flipping off the line that year. Chrysler referred to these as package cars. The Road Runner you see here is referred to by Mopar guys as an A12 package (from the fender tag), or an M-code car (from the fifth digit in the VIN referring to a special engine install). The A12 cars got the Six Pack, which consisted of three Holley two-holers on an aluminum Edelbrock intake. Rather than a steel hood, the factory opted for a lift-off fiberglass version with a huge scoop on it-the only regular-production Mopar to have such a hood. The engine featured hand-selected, shot-peened rods and a special cam with tapered lobes. Behind this was the only driveline option on the buildsheet (either a 727 Torqueflite or an A833 New Process four-speed), and every A12 got a Dana 60 with 4.10 gearing and 11-inch brakes. The steel 15-inch wheels with redline rubber and no hubcaps finished it; these A12 cars were the only regular production model ever offered this way.  _________________________________________________      I AM HAPPY WITH MY CAR, AND HAPPY WITH MY PAGE, SO UNLESS YOU HAVE SOMETHING NICE TO SAY, GO AWAY! THIS IS A HATER FREE ZONE, DO NOT BOTHER ME WITH YOUR BULL$HIT. I AM JUST A CAR GUY THAT LOVES ALL THINGS ON WHEELS, IF YOU HAVE NOTHING NICE TO SAY, GO AWAY! ONLY JEALOUS PEOPLE/HATERS GIVE OUT 1 STAR RATINGS ANDRUDE COMMENTS. MOST OF THEM COME FROM PEOPLE WITH NO RIDES AT ALL. GOES TO SHOW WHAT THIS WORLD IS COMING TO.    ____________________ 1969 PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER I restored this car back to complete original condition in 2003, I have owned it since 1977, it was my first car, I paid $1875 for it in 1977, that was alot of money for me at the time, but I was single and working a good paying job, so I went for it. The car was in the condition to match the price, I worked very hard to keep it since then, I even had it listed for sale and almost had it sold in 1989, but at the last minute I changed my mind, I just couldn't see it go. When I bought it in 1977 it had a 440 but was not numbers matching, it came from a 1966 New Yorker, and had the single 4bbl carb set up. I hunted everywhere for a 1969 coded 440, and found the 6 pac carb set up a few weeks later. I am glad that I put the car together the way I did. I had so much fun building this car, I am looking for another late 60's Mopar.Specs: =Original "M Code" Road Runner=Only 388 M Code cars were built in 1969=Date Code Correct 440ci/390hp Six-Pack V8 with 4speed Transmission & Dana 60 Rear End (4:10 Gears). =Heavy Duty Rallye Suspension Package including HD Shocks, Sway Bar, Torsion Bars & Rear Springs. Heavy Duty Brakes. =Original Removable Hood.  Sorry I do not have any restoration pictures, I have them all on hard copy, I didn't own a digital camara at the time of the build.   HISTORY LESSON: