1973 Plymouth Roadrunner 340, 4 speed numbers matching

Price: US $11,600.00 Item location: Litchfield, New Hampshire, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Road Runner
  • Trim: MANUAL
  • Year: 1973
  • Mileage: 87,000
  • VIN: RM21H3R
  • Color: Gold
  • Engine size: 340
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1973 Plymouth Road Runner

1973 Plymouth Roadrunner 340, 4 speed numbers matching. This is the real deal. A rare H code D21 4 speed pistol grip roadrunner. There were 956 4 speed Roadrunners produced in 1973 with the 340 engine and 4 speed combination. This car is also an AC car and MOPAR made very little 4 speed cars with air conditioning. I owned this car for about 15 years and purchased it already restored. The restoration was decent quality, the paint and body work is nice, but detail items such as bright work and plastics were original, faded and cracked and the AC was missing. Over the next 8 years or so, I purchased several low mileage survivor 73 -74 roadrunners and satellites and took the nice OEM original parts off them and put them on this Roadrunner. The headlight bezels, grill, headlights, tail lights, rear bumper filler, rear bumpe, AC system, door locks, most of the interior, windshield wipers, rearview mirror, rallye wheel trim rings, radio, and many, many more small detail parts are O.E. and came from low mileage survivor 73 – 74 B-Body cars. The original engine and transmission are not in the car, but included in the sale. The original engine has a very bad leaking rear main seal and the original transmission case was cracked around one of the mounting ears. The car now has a rebuilt 1972 340 engine with TTI ceramic coated headers and x exhaust, a completely rebuilt A833 transmission from Brewer’s Performance along with a new bell housing, Mcleod flywheel and clutch. The rear-end pumpkin was replaced with a rebuilt 3:23 sure grip so it will cruise the highway. All the drivetrain work was done around 3 years ago by a well known MOPAR mechanic (in the NH area) that only restores and maintains these old classics. This car is a blast to drive and runs very strong. The body is very straight but has a few minor areas of rust, one spot on the rocker, the drivers floor which was repaired with a welded patch and the trunk floor which was repaired with a welded patch at the time of the restoration. See pics and I included a pic of the trunk floor from underneath so you can see the repair from the bottom. The remaining of the car is solid. The speedo works but is “bouncing” and the clock reads 87k miles which I believe is correct. I tried to explain the car in detail with a true and accurate description. The car can be seen in NH anytime before the end of the auction. Email me if you would like more pics. I’ve sold many cars on Ebay, check my feedback. Please don’t ask for the buy it now price or the reserve, the auction will run to the end.