1970 Plymouth Roadrunner numbers matching 383 Pistol grip 4-speed

Price: US $9,000.00 Item location: New Wilmington, Pennsylvania, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Road Runner
  • Trim: 2 door
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 99,999
  • VIN: RM21N0G148271
  • Engine size: 383
  • Drive type: manual
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1970 Plymouth Road Runner

Again, have to relist this...itis a numbers matching 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner, riginal 383 pistol grip 4-speed car. All VIN numbers present & match on radiator support, n the drivers side trunk lip area, ngine block, amp; transmission. The fender tag is still on the car. Idid look for a build sheet & I could notfind one. This Roadrunner needs a complete rotisserie restoration, t deserves it. I would say it needs a full floor pan, runk pan, ood, amp; lower quarters as well. It does have a N96Air Grabber hood on it right now but the hood does needs replaced. The interior needs a full resto job too: it needs carpet, ash pad, front bench to be original. The car does roll, ut the brakes do not work but it does steer. The engine does turn over by hand, never tried to start it, he transmission does shift.
I was planning on doing the whole restoration job on this car but I have another one that's going through a restoration right now so I need to sell a few of the project cars. The Roadrunner is easily accessible so there won't be any issues putting it on a trailer. The car needs a lot, ut this is a full numbers matching 4-speed car so its desirable.
The car is sold as-is, uyer pays for shipping.I can assist with transportation of the car with a company I use out of Akron, hio. A non-refundable payment of $500 is due within 24 hours of successful bid & I expect full payment within 7 days of auction close. I'm not a Mopar guy, ut I can get answers to whatever questions you have. Please do not bid unless you intend to buy, 've had to relist this multiple times due to non-paying buyers so please, lease be 100% sure when you bid. I have a friend that restores Mopar's professionally so I can get the answers to your questions. Some of the pics on this ad are pics when I purchased the car but the car is still in the same shape as when I purchased it.