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1970 Plymouth Roadrunner $124,995

1970 Plymouth Roadrunner   Price: $124,995
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Year: 1970
Make: Plymouth
Model: Roadrunner
Trim: N\A
Engine: 6.1 Liter Hemi V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Color: Laguna Blue
Miles: 36889
Stock #: 3199-TPA
Body Style: Convertible
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Vehicle Description

This 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Pro Touring is a fully built restomod with the art of horsepower in mind. It's a unique machine that includes a ton of custom work wrapped in slick paint, a custom A/C interior, and modern fuel-injected Hemi power. In fact, it's such a merging of a classic Plymouth and a modern SRT machine that this even has a modern fully-independent suspension. So dig into the details, because this coupe is the product of when someone decides that only the best will do.

You know this Road Runner looks ready for primetime the moment you see the custom paint. The Laguna Blue is a modern application borrowed from a modern Corvette... but that's not the most stunning part. There was $35k spent on the paint and body alone. That kind of investment goes into a full build that takes from 2013 to 2020 to complete. So everything looks fresh and there's barely a sign of this ever hitting the road since completion. When the sunlight hits the slick paint and straight panels it radiates a huge shine and depth that will probably win you awards all on its own. And you'll love how they took their time to thoughtfully merge vintage and new on the full exterior. The big classic chrome bumpers shine like mirrors. And it goes for plenty of old-school intimidation with the big polished exhaust tips and A12-style blackout hood w/scoop. But the blackout grille, crystal clear headlights, and SRT badging also make this look like a modern Challenger. And while the polished wheels have a classic torque thrust style, there are modern 18-inch units to make sure you can fit the best modern tires.

You'll see from the undercarriage photos just how complicated this build was to adapt the pan of modern Mopar into this classic Road Runner, but one of the places you'll appreciate it the most is the interior. It means that the console, seats, and many other details from the donor Dodge would truly fit like they always belonged. So you have quite a stylish, modern, and loaded setup. It has all the best features, like cold-blowing air conditioning, power windows, power locks, cruise control, an armrest center console, heated seats, power steering, and a five-speed automatic transmission. The stereo is an even more modern AM/FM/XM touchscreen with a backup camera. It has a ton of custom features added like remote trunk, door locks, LED tail light blinkers, and even turn light blinkers that double as blind spot cameras! Your special SRT leather bucket seat power adjusts to your ideal driving position. And the leather-wrapped sports steering wheel is on a tilt column to give you a clear view of the white-faced SRT gauges. And not only do you get all the modern amenities, but the addition was even thoughtful with the details. After all, the Road Runner badging on the dash and the logo in the steering wheel just might make people think the Plymouth brand survived into the modern era to donate its interior.

The engine bay is finished just as nicely as the rest of the car, so you'll proudly show off this pristine space. Everyone wants a Mopar with a Hemi, but this one is a cut-above. It's a modern 6.1-liter fuel-injected Hemi V8. It's all part of this fresh build that merged this classic Plymouth with a low-mileage 2006 Charger SRT8. Not only does this 400+ horsepower juggernaut look like it has belonged here since day one, but so does the full modern charger suspension. You have an impressive fully independent setup that includes more performance pieces like Michelin Pilot Sport tires and Brembo four-wheel power brakes featuring Brembo slotted discs. So you know this one is going to handle like a supercar compared to any other 1970s muscle car you know.

The sale comes with the original window sticker, bill of sale, warranty card, and owner's manual. So you have a good record of what this car once was, and get to look at the amazing full build it is today. This is the bes

Vehicle Options
Owner's Manual,Original Window Sticker,Original Warranty Card,Original Bill of Sale,Tilt Wheel,Satellite Radio,Heated Seats,Seatbelts (Front),Back-Up Camera,Power Windows,Power Steering,Power Seats,Power Locks,Power Brakes,Fuel Injection,Four Wheel Disc Brakes,Cruise Control,Leather Seats,Heat,Air Conditioning,Defrost,AM/FM Radio
 
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4610 Pet Lane
Tampa, FL 33559
 

 
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