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1973 Plymouth Roadrunner                                                       

 Descended from greatness, this 1973 Plymouth Road Runner means affordable muscle, complete with V8 power and a gorgeous frame on restoration.  Wearing new sheet metal for 1973, the Road Runner took on a more rectangular look that seems more aggressive when compared to its earlier siblings.  Mopar was still in the performance business, selling the car complete with a racy domed hood with faux intake nostrils, a full stripe package and hood pins  There's also quite a bit of chrome, most notably the big front and rear bumpers, and it all looks fantastic today.  The interior will be familiar to anyone who loves Mopar, a two tone bench seat with factory PISTOL-GRIP 4 speed and a dash full of round gauges. The pillow-tufted seats have a high-class look that belied the car's price in 1973 and today offers a retro look at what was cool 40 years ago and cool today. The gauges appear to be very nice originals with clear lenses and sharp markings and the three-spoke steering Tuff steering wheel. The door panels are in excellent condition and it's loaded with options, power steering, power disc brakes, custom 18 inch wheels, up graded modern sound system and more.  This was an original 400 ci. 4 speed Road Runner the engine was replaced with a date correct 440 ci. This is a great example of a 1973 B body Road Runner, collector owner for over 20 years, garage keep and taken care of.  It is finished in its original Mist Green with Black and Mist Green interior. It runs and drives great, fast, dependable, iconic looks and a sound investment.  #54364.  Now on display at the home of “over the top cars”                                    VALUE PRICED AT ONLY $29,900