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Updated on May 06, 2012
This is my 1970 Roadrunner Coupe. This is an orginal 440 6 pack 4 speed car and is 1 of 429 produced. The car was drag raced for many years and sub frame connectors have been added, the springs have been moved inboard for tire clearance and the rear wheelwells have been sectioned. It currently has 4.56 gears in the factory Dana. I am really looking forward to this restoration but my 1968 Charger will need to be first as I have most of the parts already and it is well on it's way.
These cars are what drag racing was al about. No frills, no gimmicks just light weight and made for one thing only, kicking ass on the drag strip. This car will be exceptional when complete and when you pop the hood and see the big air cleaner covering up the three deuces you will drool.
I have also picked up an air grabber hood for this car which is currently in storage.
Notice the location of the factory decal and the crayon marks on the trunk lid.
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Hold on to this one! Very nice Mopar! Rated all your Mopars 5 stars! This is also a very very nice one! 5 stars! Don't sell it, but keep it in good shape! Grtz Jef
I got rid of this one last year. Actually I only have the Charger and my truck now!
nice all 5 *****
Nice car, Are you selling? IF so e mail me details ,let me know as im looking for a new project
nice i love 70's
I have 2 of them and one 69 5 stars
I am working hard to get my Charger done. I am thinking of possibly selling the Roadrunner but would need the right price due to it being a V code car. If I choose not to sell I will be starting on it once the Charger is done which would be next year!
You should be able to get about 10500 for the car as is, after a complete restoration to factory specs, you may see 42-55k for it (but that's after you put down 35k-45k in the restoration or less pending if u work alone)
This is also assuming it has an engine and that the engine itself runs (but may require a rebuild of course)
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