1972 Plymouth Road Runner 440 big block with 4 speed Hurst Pistol Grip
- Make: Plymouth
- Model: Road Runner
- Type: Coupe
- Year: 1972
- Mileage: 999,999
- VIN: RM23P2G154235
- Color: Yellow
- Engine size: 440 big block
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Power steering, Power Brakes
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: 4 speed manual w/ hurst pistol grip
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black bucket seats with console
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1972 Plymouth Road RunnerThere are a ton of photos and a few videos after thedescriptionbelow. Please review all content, ask any questions, and/or come and see this classic in person in order to feel completely comfortable in bidding on this classic!!!I have a 100% feedback because I put a bunch of photos and videos of the vehicle. If you want to buy a classic car that looks good in 10-20 photos, then buy someoneelse'sclassic. But if you want to see 70+ photos and a few videos of the car actually running and driving, here's the Muscle car for you. Know what you're buying.1972 PlymouthRoad RunnerHurst Pistol Grip4 Speed w/ 440 Big BlockClassic Road Runner Curious Yellow paint color with black strobe stripes and rear spoiler. A light metallic was added to the strobe stripes and spoiler. Somehow the stripes and spoiler still appear to be satin, but then have pearl that can show in the light. There's a walk around video of this beauty after thisdescription.
Interior is a Black bucket seat 4 speed console interior. The front buckets and rear seat are in good shape. The dash is in good shape, but there is a crack. Included in the sale is a brand new dash cap. The interior isn't perfect, but it's not a wreck. It's a driver! Get in and have fun! There's a ton of pictures of the interior too after thisdescription.The 440 was built out, but is not the original motor. It runs very strong. This Road Runner is a fun to drive! The trans is an 883 4 speed manual with a close ratio Hurst Pistol Grip shifter. The trans was also rebuilt. The rear is a 8 and 3/4's rear set up with a low cruising gear of 3.23. So, this Mopar is currently set up for cruises and drives. But with a change of the rear gear this 440 4 speed can be ready for the street and strip.The previous owner is a Mopar/Road runner collector. He owned this car for 15 plus years. He's owned Challengers, GTX's, Dusters, Chargers, etc... This was his local car show/cruise car. There are three dents in the upper corner of the hood from one of the trophies falling on it while in their garage. Those dents are shown below. The exhaust just shook one of the trophies off the shelf. He set the Road Runner up with green LED show lights for night time cruises and car shows. The LED's are in the engine bay and around the car. There are pictures of the Road Runner lit up at night after the description..Previous owner stated that the 440 engine was a late to mid 70's Warlock 440 Mopar big block, He and his father rebuilt the engine around a decade ago. The motor is punched 40 over. The crank is cut at 10:30 thousandths. The motor was decked and shaved creating that nice port and polished block heads. It was built with the harded seats for the new gas, and has a 509 racing cam with a 484 duration lift. Even though the engine and trans were rebuilt some time ago, the previous owner states that they have less than 2000 miles on them. This was their classicmuscleto take to the local car shows. When the engine was rebuilt all compression test where done and checked out correctly. The previous owner also stated the engine dynoed at over 550 hp. He took great pride in the knowledge that both he and his father had regarding their passion for Mopars, and the building of performancedrive-trains.Thecarburetoris a 1968 780 double pump Holley. The dual exhaust is a 3 inch with the correct style machine gun tips. It has all new power steering pump, alternator, battery, high torque mini starter, and a new water pump. It also has a new stronger racing yolk on the rear with the long U-bolts. They also put a new shift pack and new shift rods in it from Brewers performance, and new spicer U-joints as well. Trans also had a new brute center force clutch, throw out bearings, and flywheel resurfaced during the rebuild. There's some othermiscellaneousparts like a shifter boot and tach pictured to be installed. There's a couple of videos of this 440 4 speed running after this description. Factory Mopar ralley wheels have new center caps, and are wrapped in brand new Super Sport Radials. They give this Road Runner that nostalgic look, and are also great to burn a little rubber with like it's back in the day.As stated before, this car was owned by a Road Runner collector! It maintains it's solid structure with a decent driver quality. Pictured is every body panel individually so you can see for yourself. In my opinion the frame, floors, fenders, doors, quarter panels, trunk lid and floor are all very solid. It's not a perfect car, and all aspects are shown in all the pictures provided. The trunk floor is solid, but there was some moisture under the mat which did cause some surface rust. This is also pictured after the description. Please review all pictures, videos, and ask for more if needed, and/or come and see this classic before bidding on this '72 Plymouth Road Runner 440 4 speed. There are some signs of age, but again it's a great pretty driver.
Bottom lineis that this a Real 1972 Plymouth Road Runner 4 speed in that 70's high impact yellow with Black Bucket Seats and console that is an awesome driver that looks good and drives great. It does have some signs of age like chips and small dents, but again this is a Driver. Get in, bang out some gears, and cruise!Please bid on this vehicle if you're completely comfortable with purchasing this vehicle. A deposit is required immediately, and full payment is required within 5 business days. I ask that you please discuss any possible exceptions to these listing rules prior to bidding comfortably.This 1972 Plymouth is Sold As Is. There is no warranty implied, given, or stated.
Acceptable Payment types: Cash, Cashiers check, and Bank wire transfer. A $500 deposit is required immediately thruPayPal at the end of the auction. The deposit is non-refundable.The buyer should contact seller within 24 hours of auction's close.Full payment is due within5 business days of auction's close.Seller reserves right to re-list if full payment is not made per above terms.
Terms and Disclaimer:This vehicle is being sold "as-is"with no warranty expressed, written,or implied. Selleris not responsible for authenticity and/or defects, andprovides no warranty. Buyer is responsible for vehicle inspection and obtaining his/her satisfaction as to the vehicle's mechanical and cosmetic condition and value, based upon his/her own judgment and opinion.Interested parties should ask all questions and make inspections prior to bidding and/or making offers.
Shipping: Buyer is responsible for the arrangements and costs of vehicle pick up and/or shipping arrangements, if applicable.The vehicle will only be released for pick up once full payment has been made, and has fully cleared.