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1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

Coupe Car for sale in AUSTIN, Texas 78751

$49,000

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Classic Car Overview

Classic Car Overview

1969 Plymouth Roadrunner $49,000

Green · 8 Cylinder · 100,000 miles

UNUSUALLY OPTIONED ROADUNNER (DOCUMENTED PER TRIM TAG) FROM THE FACTORY WITH THE FOLLOWING:  383-V-8, FOUR-SPEED FLOOR SHIFTER, AIR-CONDITIONING, POWER STEERING, POWER FRONT DISC BRAKES, FOUR SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION, PREMIUM STEERING WHEEL, BUCKET SEATS, HEATER, AM RADIO, BACKUP LIGHTS, VINYL TOP, CARPETING, IN-DASH GAUGE PACKAGE.  APPEARS TO BE A MATCHING NUMBERS RESTORED CAR.  I CAN SEND PHOTOS TO SERIOUS BUYERS INCLUDING ALL OF THE STAMPED NUMBERS. 

15” WHEELS AND TIRES AND UNDERDASH OIL PRESSURE GAUGE ADDED DURING THE RESTORATION.

Since my purchase of the car about 18 months ago, I have kept it in my heated/cooled garage.  It has not been in the rain since my purchase and I only drive it on sunny days here in Texas. I am a car enthusiast and took very good care of this car while I had it.

PAINT AND BODY:  I find the following minor issues:  One small scratch on the underside of the rear fender, leading edge of front fenders and trailing edge of rear fenders have some paint wear due to the cover fitting too tight, right rear passenger side glass is scratched, one very small crack in the instrument panel clear plastic under the odometer, driver’s door needs adjustment for perfect alignment and there are some scratches on the rear passenger side window glass.  Otherwise, it is as a restored car is expected to look like. I did not do the restoration but have photos of the process.

ENGINE/MECHANICAL:  Even though this car appeared to be cosmetically nearly perfect when I purchased it, I am a perfectionist with my vehicles. My mechanic meticulously went over this car and attended to a list of issues needed to make it meet my requirements. This included over $6,000 in work such as replacing A/C condenser, hoses, drier, expansion valve, etc., replace speedometer cable and gear, replace water pump with Edelbrock unit, replace fuel lines, sending unit and fuel tank, install new radiator, install new brake pads and so forth.  I have documentation on all work I had done to the car.    Starting when cold is typical of this era of cars – you need to pump the gas a few times and it will sputter but once started, it runs smooth and cool.  

INTERIOR:  It appears that the interior was replaced during the restoration.  No cracks in the dash, no rips in the upholstery and the headliner is excellent.  All of the instruments on the dash work.  The radio works.

SUSPENSION: I had to correctly align the rear sway bar to be square with the chassis.  Now the suspension works properly. The wheels and tires appear to have been replaced during the restoration. 

I spent a lot of money making everything mechanically right on this car.  I have receipts for all of the work performed on the car during my ownership.  It is easy to find inexpensive classic cars that are shiny in photos on the Internet (or when crossing the auction block) and then spend many thousands of dollars making them right after purchase.  I did everything that needed to be done already.

Contact me with questions.

THIS IS A NEARLY 50-YEAR-OLD VEHICLE AND IS BEING SOLD AS-IS WITHOUT WARRANTY.  Please note that the mileage is UNKNOWN, and I put 100,000 miles on the ad just to fill in the blank, so the mileage stated in the ad may not be (and probably IS NOT) correct. 

IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, PLEASE EMAIL ME.  I TRAVEL SOMETIMES SO PLEASE ALLOW 48 HOURS FOR A RESPONSE TO YOUR QUESTIONS.


1969 Plymouth Roadrunner Specifications

  • VIN

    RM23H9G242362
  • Classic Car ID

    101008764
  • Stock Number

    N/A
  • Category

    Muscle & Pony Cars
  • Condition

    See description
  • Trim Body Style

  • Bodystyle

    Coupe
  • Doors

    Two Door
  • Suspension

  • Suspension

    N/A
  • Engine

  • Engine

    8 Cylinder
  • Drivetrain

    N/A
  • Transmission

  • Transmission

    4 Speed Manual
  • Exterior

  • Exterior Color

    Green
  • Custom Exterior Color

    N/A
  • Interior

  • Interior Color

    Green
  • Seat Color

    N/A

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