1969 Roadrunner, looking for former/past owner(s), RM23H9A152###

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Looking for anyone who may have owned my car in the past. 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner, 383, 727 A/T, R6 Red, black vinyl top. Most recent restoration completed around 2015. Purchased in the Buffalo, NY area in 2020. Just looking for any piece of history on the car at all.
VIN is RM23H9A152###.
- Nick
 

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Looking for anyone who may have owned my car in the past. 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner, 383, 727 A/T, R6 Red, black vinyl top. Most recent restoration completed around 2015. Purchased in the Buffalo, NY area in 2020. Just looking for any piece of history on the car at all.
VIN is RM23H9A152###.
- Nick
You will need to post the last 3 digits of the serial # so guys know exactly what car you have.
 

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Any history that you know on the car already. I went out to California in 1980 and brought one back,
painted it and sold in here in the Chicago western suburbs. I have no Idea of a V.I.N., but I know I
owned it for a short period of time.
 

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Google-ing the VIN sometimes brings up old listings, some have popped up on the insurance auctions burnt to a crisp or wrecked beyond recognition.

Just sayin.
 

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You will need to post the last 3 digits of the serial # so guys know exactly what car you have.
I agree. I was however advised by some of you guys and also the folks who run this site to leave out the last 3 or 4. For now, I’ll see if that’s enough to get something, anything at all to start. I’m not getting my hopes up too much. But it’s worth a shot.
 

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Google-ing the VIN sometimes brings up old listings, some have popped up on the insurance auctions burnt to a crisp or wrecked beyond recognition.

Just sayin.
Been googling the last couple years every which way I can think of. And…nothing.
 

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The guy you bought it from had no info Nick?
 

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yep no history on my bee other then built by a chevy guy :BangHead:
 

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Black engine bay? :poke:
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I don’t see the big deal on posting the full vin. We’ve had a ton of cars listed in the 69 rr registry for years and I’ve never heard of an issue. eBay etc has vins listed.
 
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