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1969 Road Runner on 2040cars

Year:1969 Mileage:27329 Color: PPG Diamod Black Metallic Pearl / Black
Location:

Sharpsburg, Georgia, United States

Sharpsburg, Georgia, United States
Transmission:Manual 4speed O/D
Body Type:2 Door
Engine:528 hemi
Vehicle Title:Clear
Fuel Type:Gasoline
For Sale By:Private Seller
VIN: rm21h9a201453 Year: 1969
Interior Color: Black
Make: Plymouth
Number of Cylinders: 8
Model: Road Runner
Trim: rm21
Warranty: No Warranty
Drive Type: RWD
Mileage: 27,329
Sub Model: RM-21
Exterior Color: PPG Diamod Black Metallic Pearl
Number of Doors: 2
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ... 

I am selling my 1969 Roadrunner,with a custom built Ray Barton 528 hemi. This was an original 383, 4 speed, that has been transformed into a true hemi car.

The entire car was striped to bare metal and finished in PPG Diamond Black Metallic Pearl, and medium silver for the hood.Has new floor panels,from firewall to rear seats, used heavy guage steel pre fit floors. Has new trunk floor with trunk extensions, both right and left quaters, as well as both outer fender wells. The entire interior is new, from headliner to seat foam, to seat covers, as well as all door panels, kick panels, door sills, arm rests, and new carpeting.Has all new brakes, with stainless steel front disc conversion, has all new rear shoes with all new hardware, including brake lines and master and wheel cylinders.The fuel tank is also new with new fuel sender and fuel lines.

The engine is a custom built Ray Bartom Hemi, have all receipts, not a crate engine. It is a 528cu in with less than 500 miles since completion. It has 653hp and 590lpft torque, dyno sheet also comes with motor. It has aluminum heads and intake, with two Edelbrock 750 carbs, full MSD ignition, Holley 12-125ph electric pump, with dual filters regulator and guage. Comes with 8qrt pan and using only Joe Gibbs 15w50ynthetic oil with high zdp content, which is used by Ray Barton on all his engines, optima battery and high output alternator. The exhaust is from TTI, it has 21/4 16ga tubes, cross over and 3" full exhaust with flow master 50 series #53056 mufflers. The entire exhaust from headers to exhaust tips is HPC coated with stainless v-band clamps.

The transmission is a Passon a833 18 spline 4 speed OD unit. see "passon performance.com" Fourth gear is 0.80:1 reducing the 4:10 to a final ratio of 3:28:1 in fourth gear.The clutch is a Mcleod, #260151, the p/plate is a 10.5 Mcleod # 360153, the flywheel is a billet 8 bolt. The rear is a dand 60, completely powder coated, with 4:10:1 posi unit, with all new seals and bearings using only Richmond gear oil. Has a new driveshaft with HD 1350 u-joints, has front and rear sway bars, with all new shocks. Has an original hemiK-frame not a reproduction.

The radiator is a custom made Griffin, with dual Derale #16928 4,000 cfm electric fans with adjustable controller.The entire front suspension is brand new as well as the rear.Starting with a true hemi K frame, all suspension parts are from Firm-Feel, with their stage 2 power steering box, 1" torsion bars, tubular upper control arms, reinforced lower arms, with new grease fittings and new KYB shocks. Everything in the dash works, all guages and switches, heater box completely rebuilt with new heater core. Has new carpeting and every inch of inside compartment floor is covered in Extreme Dynamat to control heat and noise.

The wheels are new Chrome Magnum 500 wheels, 15x7 in the front and 15x8 in the rear, fourv brand new Coker redline radials, 225-70-15 and 235-70-15.

This is a real roadrunner as ferified by the vin no. It is a true rm21 rear swing out window roadrunner, unfortunately the fender tag was lost during the restoration process, and I must clearly state that the actual mileage cannot be verified due to unknown history of vehicle.

I am requesting a 500.00 refundable deposit if car is not as is described, there is no warranty of any type, have receipts for entire mechanical restoration. I am sure that I missed something so I strongly encourage all question that may come up, also have dozens of additional photos available.

Please realize that car cannot be released until all funds have cleared, and serious inquires only.

Thanks

Rich   

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