1970 Plymouth Road Runner
This 1970 Plymouth Road runner Superbird convertible started life as a 1970 Dodge coronett convertible. It was restored by Acceleration restoration of Wa. It has just undergone a full rotisserie restoration, with just 356 miles sense completion. The body was 99% rust free. only the trunk floor and a small peace under the drivers feet were replaced. All seems are finished. The body was put on a rotisserie and media blaster to bare steel. All bushings, ball joints, tie rods, center link, idler and pit men arms were replaced. Also all fuel lines, brake lines, brake shoes, and calipers have been replaced. The motor was also rebuilt. and bored .010 the crank was turned .020 .020 The heads have also been rebuilt with new valves and seals. Hardened seats were also installed to accommodate today's fuel .A mild cam was installed and it sounds Awesome. The transmission was rebuilt to stock specs. The rear end was simply resealed. The paint was done in urethane base clear. and has been extensively cut and rubbed. The top is new and works as it should. All gauges, Tach, heater radio and wipers work. The wipers dont park properly. The headlamp doors work as well. All superbird parts are done by Janik. The car is tight and runs and drives great. No warrentee given or applied. ( Its all kinds of Fun! to drive.) Personal or professional inspections are welcome. Any questions call or text 509 929 0485.