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SOLD 1968 roadrunner 4-speed

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1968 roadrunner 383 4-spd

It’s a factory RM21H8A that’s EE1 Midnight Blue metallic with a medium blue bench interior. Has the decor package with the trunk panel and upgraded interior.

Engine/drivetrain:1968 383 block/now 438
Block line honed with ARP main studs
Bored .030 with plate
440 Source 438 stroker kit
440 Source Aluminum heads
Comp Cams .525 hyd cam kit
Edelbrock Perf RPM intake
Edelbrock AVS2 800 carb
TTI headers
MP electronic ignition kit
Rebuilt alternator (1968 date)
Rebuilt starter
New Mceod SFI 143t flywheel
New McLeod B&B 11” clutch
Stock 1968 bellhousing/cover
Rebuilt 1968 A833
OE driveshaft with new spicer u joints
8 3/4 with 3.23 open diff(OE to car)
Correct radiator recored
New repop metal 2pc fan shroud
All new radiator hoses and heater hoses
Rebuilt Hurst mechanism with correct ‘68 handle
New speedometer cable
All new M&H wiring from Year One, from front to back
New brake lines from Fine Lines
Original drums cut and all new shoes and hardware used
New fuel system from front to tank.
TTI 3” exhaust from the collectors back with TTI stainless tips
New Moog ball joints, tie rods and upper/lower control arm bushings

New Legendary covers front and rear
New Legendary door panels
New armrest bezels
New dashpad
New ACC carpet
Heater box has new core and gasket/seal kit
Clutch/brake pedal assembly restored/rebuilt with new bearings/bushings and pads
New throttle cable
Dash cluster restored by Instrument Specialties
Steering column restored by Instrument Specialties
Dash frame stripped and painted with correct paint
NOS blue 1968 radio bezel
Original AM radio restored/MP3 output added by Wards
New headliner

Body: car is overall very solid. Absolutely perfect framerails and torsionbar crossmember.
Floors are all mint with one patch panel used in passenger front, as a previous owner had left a leaky motorcycle battery on it.
The paint is driver quality, that was done 14-15 years ago. Has blems, scratches, dings.
New AMD bumpers front and rear
New door handles
NOS front marker lights
Repop rear marker lights
New windshield and gasket
New Cooper Cobra tires 235-15 front/275-15 rear on 15x7 steel wheels with alignment done.

The car hadn’t been on the road since 1980 when it was found completely disassembled in a barn in 2003. It’s a just a great running and driving mopar. I drove it all over the place this past summer, putting around 1700 miles on the fresh drivetrain and working any bugs out. Every light and switch works. As long as you’re not looking for a perfect show car and just want a fun, drive anywhere kind of car, this might be the one.
$24.5 or possible Mopar trades, ‘70 B body, ‘70-1 E body trade up, down. Even trade up towards a ‘15-up Challenger Scat Pack.

The car is in Montrose, NY

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any pics of engine bay or dash, VIN, trunk, etc???
So not matching number engine or transmission? If I missed that I apologize
Not that big a deal. It would be fun to put a hemi in it.
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