1971 Plymouth Road Runner in Volo, Illinois
1971 Plymouth Road Runner in Volo, Illinois
May 18, 2024


1971 Plymouth Road Runner                                                  in                                  Volo,                                  Illinois1

  Concourse rotisserie restoration! From the correct finishes and

  dated plug wires to duplicated stencil markings on the chassis, it

  is just as it was coming off the assembly line. #s matching

  throughout and factory colors. The features match the fender tag

  including a rare Dictaphone cassette player/recorder and air

  grabber system. Previously part of the famous Wellborn


  EXTERIOR: I'll admit the fit and finish is actually better than

  when it was at the factory! The body gaps are as tight as a

  Mercedes, doors open and close like a new car. I found zero rust,

  bubbles, cracks, or damage. Every inch is laser straight. Repainted

  its original Rallye Red color and it is polished like glass. The

  matte finish hood patch is in excellent shape too. In the middle of

  the hood a vacuum operated door opens to force fresh air into the

  motor. It is also optioned out with hood pics and, fender mounted

  turn signals, chrome racing mirrors and a canopy top. The bumpers

  have show chrome; the stainless trim is straight and polished. The

  glass is crystal clear, weatherstrips were replaced. It's rolling

  on a set of restored rallye wheels wearing reproduction Polyglass


  INTERIOR: Pristine from carpet to headliner. All the finishes are

  like new, and the fit is excellent. No wrinkles, the dash area is

  mint from the knobs to the dash pad. Steering wheel, seatbelts,

  console are all mint. Original radio is in the dash, and it has an

  original Dictaphone cassette player/recorder below the dash. It

  even includes a microphone for recording notes. This is a factory

  Chrysler option that is on the fender tag.

  ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Detailed to factory specs right down to dated

  reproduction plug wires. VIN # matching 383-300 hp motor with a

  complete and functional N96 Air Grabber. Correct manifolds, air

  cleaner, valve covers, pulleys etc. Correct Mopar radiator,

  reproduction clamps and hoses. It's complete from the restored Road

  Runner horn to the windshield squirters. Detailed in the proper

  finishes, the orange overspray on the battery cable is actually

  correct! The VIN on the core support matches the car and the fender

  tag is attached. It features power steering and brakes.

  TRUNK COMPARTMENT: You will go straight back to 1971 when you open

  this trunk. All the metal is spotless and painted a gloss red. It

  has new weatherstrip, mat, decal etc. Complete jack and spare

  assembly. It has a matching reproduction polyglass tire on a

  restored rim, the jack is like new.

  UNDERSIDE: It was flipped on a rotisserie and concourse restored

  down to assembly line markings. Pristine metal is painted correctly

  in gray primer with the proper red overspray from the body. Every

  single item is restored and detailed. Rebuilt suspension and

  steering. Restored brake system with disc in front. Fuel system was

  restored. Correct dual exhaust system with optional tips that look

  like they are off a gun barrel. Looking up at the motor it looks

  like new. The matching #s are stamped on the pad above the oil pan,

  casting codes and dates are correct. VIN # matching 727 Torqueflite

  automatic. Correct 8 3/4 rear end with 3.23 gears.

  SERVICE: We inspected the car and repaired the reverse light, turn

  signals, window crank, horn, and speedometer.

  If you found a red #s matching Road Runner with these options and

  somehow talked the owner into giving it to you free, it would still

  cost more to restore than what I'm asking! A concourse restoration

  is far more time consuming than just a show quality restoration.

  There's much more researching. This beautiful car is as nice as

  they get!

  I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for

  virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant

  amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my

  professional impression of the vehicle. Our salesmen are happy to

  assist with descriptions and making sure your questions are

  answered. One great suggestion is letting us do a walk around video

  that explains the car's condition in detail. **These cars are

  displayed in a museum. If interested in a particular car, make an

  appointment with a salesman to see that car. Without an appointment

  there is an admission fee to enter the showroom. If you buy a car,

  your admission will be refunded, and you will be given a 1 year


  9-5 central

  [email protected] Answered ASAP

  Air Grabber

  Power disc brakes

  Power steering

  3.23 Sure Grip


  Bucket seats


  Fender turn signals

  Hood pins

  Chrome racing mirrors

  Rallye wheels

  Reproduction tires

  Canopy top

  Exhaust tips

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