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1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

94,767 miles

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Garage Kept Motors
Grand Rapids, MI - View Seller
$56,900
  $9,638 below avg.
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Vehicle Info

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    Condition
    Used
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    Trim
    N/A
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    Mileage
    94,767 miles
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    Stock #
    21GKM69RR
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    Engine
    383 V8
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    Transmission
    Automatic
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    Drive Train
    N/A
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    Exterior Color
    Green
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    Interior Color
    Black
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    Fuel
    N/A

Fuel Economy

N/A
City
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Highway

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Price
$9,638 below avg.
Mileage
4,861 miles
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Days Listed
58
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Seller's Notes

1969 Plymouth Road Runner - 383 V8 - Automatic Transmission - 90k Miles - Green Over Black Interior (Please note: If you happen to be viewing this 1969 Plymouth Road Runner on a site other than GarageKeptMotors.com, it's possible that you've only seen some of our many photographs of this vehicle due to third-party website limitations. To be sure you access all the more than 135 high-definition photographs, including a short startup-and-walk-around video, please go to our main website: GarageKeptMotors.) Plymouth Road Runner: lightweight, cheap muscle - Allpar (Mopar-enthusiast) website The Pontiac GTO may have started the muscle car wars, but Chrysler upped the ante with the Road Runner. The Allpar website continued: The Plymouth Roadrunner was a first in American automotive history: a high-power, but budget-priced muscle car, with light weight and strong engines. They were based on the mid-sized 'B-body' car (Belvedere/Satellite), but were lighter and cheaper. To get the maximum performance at the lowest cost, the Roadrunner slashed non-performance amenities.... Offered here in medium-green-metallic over black is a second-year, 383 cubic-inch Road Runner in excellent condition. At just over 94,000 miles-roughly 1,825 miles per-year on average-this Plymouth performance legend has been lightly used, and its high level of owner maintenance is evident throughout. This Road Runner's medium-green-metallic finish is excellent across the entire Belvedere 2-door-hardtop body. The simplicity of the bodywork-free of some of the graphic excesses and extensive blackout trim of later models-makes for a pure representation of the original Road Runner aesthetic. The restrained use of the Road Runner cartoon-image, limited to the front fenders and rear deck, as well as the small base hubcaps, suggest the original owner chose a bit of a sleeper presentation over a more gawdy race-me image. That said, Mopar aficionados won't mistake this for anything but the performance over-achiever it is. The 383-identification on the hood bulges and the small road runner emblem on the rear-deck only confirm it. (The red-stripe tires and dual-exhaust outlets also help.) Inside, the straightforward, unobtrusive muscle-car aesthetic continues with horizontally pleated black vinyl covering the bench seats, front and rear. Black carpeting and dash are similarly restrained (Road Runner images on the front protective mats, and Beep Beep on the rears the exceptions), with the chrome Bosch tachometer the only obvious aftermarket speed statement. Less obvious are the below-dash engine-monitoring gauges and updated audio unit. The column-mounted shifter for the automatic transmission (often preferred by 0-60 enthusiasts) could also masquerade as a non-performance selection. Still, the Road Runner image on the steering wheel center and again on the passenger side of the dash, make a clear statement of the car's pedigree. And to clear up any doubt, just lift the hood. Underneath that hood is a perfectly clean, virtually spotless engine compartment with the 383 cubic-inch Road Runner-labeled air cleaner topping the V8. All related components, wiring, and engine-cooling plumbing are properly mounted, as is the car's bespoke beep-beep horn. (A sampling of the car's intoxicating engine note can be had in the accompanying startup-and-walkaround video link.) Fenders, cowl, and underside of the hood are all properly painted in the body color. The factory body-identification tag remains riveted in place. Viewed from below, the car's dual exhaust (with crossover) is properly routed and undamaged. The chassis features a rust-preventative coating, and no rust issues are indicated. The exceptional condition of this '69 Road Runner is faithfully presented from every angle (including from below) in the more than 135 high-definition photographs and the short walk-around-and-startup video available at the GarageKeptMotors site. That said, we always encou


Seller Info

420 36th St SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49508

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