1971 Plymouth Road RunnerSOLD

PLEASE CALL 281.497.1000 FOR QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS ROADRUNNER!!!

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The Plymouth RoadRunner was developed as a mid-priced car and was placed between the satellite and belvedere model lineup. It was built on the B-body platform. The RoadRunner was light and featured few amenities. This not only drove the price of the vehicle into territory that most could afford, but it gave an advantage over heavier vehicles. It was a solid car and a favorite among moonshiners. It was faster than most police vehicles and due to its sturdy construction, was very reliable.



The RoadRunner came equipped with a 383 cubic-inch V8 engine capable of producing 335 horsepower. A four-speed manual transmission was standard. For about $715, a 426 Hemi could be added making it the fastest vehicle on the road. Plymouth paid Warner Brothers $50,000 to use the Road Runner cartoon image.



This RoadRunner is 2 owners from New. Robert L. Rooke was the original owner of 36 years and was sold to Marvin Petty in 2007. This Plymouth still holds the original Paint, interior, engine and transmission. This original is powered by a v-8, 4bbl engine, HD 727 torque flite transmission, dual exhaust, performance hood treatment, RoadRunner decour package, auto speed control, stereo cassette tape system, chrome plated road wheels, power front disk brakes, and Tawny Gold Metallic paint.








The Plymouth RoadRunner was developed as a mid-priced car and was placed between the satellite and belvedere model lineup. It was built on the B-body platform. The RoadRunner was light and featured few amenities. This not only drove the price of the vehicle into territory that most could afford, but it gave an advantage over heavier vehicles. It was a solid car and a favorite among moonshiners. It was faster than most police vehicles and due to its sturdy construction, was very reliable.



The RoadRunner came equipped with a 383 cubic-inch V8 engine capable of producing 335 horsepower. A four-speed manual transmission was standard. For about $715, a 426 Hemi could be added making it the fastest vehicle on the road. Plymouth paid Warner Brothers $50,000 to use the Road Runner cartoon image.



This RoadRunner is 2 owners from New. Robert L. Rooke was the original owner of 36 years and was sold to Marvin Petty in 2007. This Plymouth still holds the original Paint, interior, engine and transmission. This original is powered by a v-8, 4bbl engine, HD 727 torque flite transmission, dual exhaust, performance hood treatment, RoadRunner decour package, auto speed control, stereo cassette tape system, chrome plated road wheels, power front disk brakes, and Tawny Gold Metallic paint.






Rare Color Cobination
Original Engine and Transmission
Loaded with many options

Contact: Jose Romero 281 497 1000, jose@driversource.com

Matt Blevins 281 497 1000, mattb@driversource.com




Reference Number 42442

as of 4/20/2009

Overview
Car 1971 Plymouth Road Runner
VIN RM23N1G170933 
Exterior / Interior Color Tawny Gold Metallic / Tan 
Mileage 10.076  
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Automatic 
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