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1969 Plymouth Road Runner
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383 6.3 L


I picked her up at an auction this weekend. Thumbs up from many a driver on the way home. :driving: Beep Beep

















 

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Beautiful.

Congrats,
 

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God ... What a beauty! Congrats on your buy!
 

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Very nice. welcome to the old MOPAR family. You'll love it here!
 

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Cool!
 

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Very nice! Welcome to the New (old) Mopar club! :bigthumb:

We are getting enough people around here with them that we almost need our own section...LOL!
 

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Very nice! Welcome to the New (old) Mopar club! :bigthumb:

We are getting enough people around here with them that we almost need our own section...LOL!
I 2nd that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :grin2:
 

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383 6.3 L high performance engine 4 bbl
3.91 gears
Stock three-speed TorqueFlite automatic

I need to fix a couple of the gauges, but she runs out well. Easily cruises down the highway. Great rumble with idling and under acceleration.

I'm thinking about looking at getting the optional air grabber box with coyote duster air cleaner... but I've just gotten home.
 

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Any pics of the interior?

I used to have a '69 Roadrunner back in the day. It was black with a 440 4 spd. I completely restored the interior to original (that's why I want to see your interior and take a little trip down memory lane).

That car was a beast to drive...and tons of fun!
 

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I had a 69 as well: Turbine Bronze (copper) with a black hood and Magnum 500 wheels. Sweet 383 with 4 speed, 3.55 gears and DRUM brakes... that car was so much fun to drive>:) The "little" big block 383 was one of the best motors Mopar ever built.

Why did I sell it? Why? Why?

Mine looked just like this one:
 

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That car is beautiful. Congrats. The color, the wheels, the stance, absolutely perfect. I also had a 69, in 1969. It was a gold GTX, 440 (obviously), with a black vinyl top. Torqueflite also. I totaled it within about a year. Had less that 12,000 miles on it. Too much car for a racing crazy 18 year old. Wish I had it now.
 
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