1972 Plymouth Road Runner Restored heavily optioned and Broadcast Sheet mopar
Price: US $8,600.00 Item location: San Jose, California, United States
- Make: Plymouth
- Model: Road Runner
- Year: 1972
- Mileage: 19,019
- VIN: RM23H2G1
- Color: Red
- Engine size: 71 340
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1972 Plymouth Road RunnerRestored 3 years ago, Turn Key and Beautiful. Everything works, even the key buzzer and back up lights work.
The right color with the right options. What's better than Red on Black? FE5 Factory Rallye Red car.
Options: Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, Dual Painted Mirrors, Front and Rear Spoilers,
Factory Rear Sway Bar, Bucket Seats with Console Slap-Stik, Factory Tach, Hood Pins, Wheel Lip Moldings,
3 spd Wiper Motor, Clutch Fan, Inside Hood Release. Even the spare tire and lug nuts are New.
Tires less than a year old, P235/60R front, P245/60R rear, on New 15x7 Chrome Magnums.
Those with less than 10 pos feedback must call me before bidding or your bid will be cancelled.
This is a beautifully restored muscle car. You will Love this car, Performs and Handles Excellent.
The door panels were upgraded to the GTX version with the road runner decal. You Won't Find Another road runner Like This One!
72 is the rarest year for the road runner. Only 1,839 came with the 340 and 727, but how many in Rallye Red
with bucket seats, console and all these options?
Has the Original 727 Trans mated to a 71 340 with only 19k miles on it, much better than the 72-73 340's.
Has a New Edelbrock intake and 1406 Carb. Body is straight and paint has a mirror look. No dings, no dents.
Also, only the 72 road runner had it's own unique grille. The Satellite and road runner always shared the same grille except in 72.
This makes the 72 road runner grille the rarest and most expensive. Fate of the Furious movie has a bad ass 72 with GTX emblems.
Contact Ed @ 4086239645 9am-9pm PT with questions.
Hagerty says it best: Colors can make an astonishing difference in both value and sale-ability.
Note: I reserve the right to end this listing at anytime due to it being for sale locally.