Please visit www.Survivor-Cars.com for additional photos, information, and a video... This vehicle is available for viewing by appointment only. Please call us to schedule an appointment. Call it Pro-Touring, a restomod, or a Mopar muscle car.... Just dont call it out at a stop light, or youll regret it when the Supercharged 6.2-liter Hellcat engine roars under the hood! Thats right, this 1970 Plymouth Road Runner is powered by a 707 horsepower Hellcat engine! That engine is mated to a super cool and fun Brewers Performance A-833 4-speed manual transmission with the obligatory Pistol Grip Hurst shifter! That power heads out back to a 4-link with coilover shocks keeping those 315/35R20 tires firmly planted to the ground. Wilwood 4-wheel power disc brakes bring this beauty to a stop in a hurry, and look great through the black wheels. QA1 sway bars and K-member keep this car nice and tight and helped with dropping that Hemi under the hood. This 1970 Road Runner has been affectionately named HellRunner. That moniker can be seen in the grill, and in the cowl of the hood as youre driving. The car is painted in a Red Hot Red paint that looks fantastic. The Black stripes and Hellcat logo are painted and are high gloss. With a full rotisserie restoration, this Road Runner is ready to win trophies and drop jaws. The underside is as clean as the rest of the car, and just look at that trunk! The inner fenders, door jambs, trunk, underside of the hood, underside of the trunk lid, and firewall are all painted and polished to a high gloss shine just like the exterior of the car. This is a no expense spared build! The car received a new roof skin, new floors, new trunk pan, new full quarter panels, and more so that there would be no rust anywhere on the car. The wheel wells are coated in a rubberized bedliner material, in a matching red. This means this Mopar muscle car can be driven and enjoyed without fear of the tires ruining the inner wheel wells. The floors and subframes are painted and polished to a high gloss as well. No part of this car was overlooked. The interior is a nice blend of modern and original with Corbeau bucket seats, carbon fiber on the center console, a modern AM/FM radio in the factory spot, and digital gauges in the stock dash. The back seat has been upholstered to match the front bucket seats. Custom rear panels have been installed, and matching door panels have been installed in the high gloss black painted doors. The windows are tinted, but not over the top dark. Just enough to keep the sun from burning up you and your interior. Cold A/C helps keep that interior comfortable as well. The trunk is clean and simple with all surfaces painted and polished and a red-top Optima battery cleanly installed. If you are looking for a top-notch Pro-Touring Mopar muscle car, give this Road Runner a good long look. This is a high-end build that is sure to be the star of any collection! This vehicle is available to view by appointment only. Please call the office to make an appointment. For additional information on this and our other classic and collectible cars for sale, please visit www.Survivor-Cars.com. For assistance, please call the office at 941-845-4461, text our cell phones at 813-358-8830, or email us at info@Survivor-Cars.com. If you are unable to come view the vehicle for yourself, we highly recommend you send in a third-party inspector on your behalf. We are located between Tampa and Sarasota. We are 90 minutes from Orlando and Fort Myers. Potential purchaser understands it is their responsibility to verify condition and accuracy of information when purchasing from Survivor Classic Cars. It is the sole responsibility of the potential purchaser to inspect the vehicle, or have a third-party inspection performed on the vehicle before purchasing. The potential purchaser is relying solely on their own knowledge and judgement about any vehicle purchased.