SOLD 1970 PLYMOUTH ROADRUNNER CONVERTIBLE; ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN

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    Selling my 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner Convertible; 383; PS; PB; Automatic; Factory A/C. Burnt Orange; Bucket Seats, Center Console with Shifter; Rally Dash; 6 Way Manual Driver’s Seat Track.
    Reason for selling is wife has decided to retire late next year or so and need to have some upgrades done to the home first. Asking $55,000.00 or best “REASONABLE” offer. Ann Arbor Michigan. For more photos PM me with your e-mail address and I will send you more photos. NO TRADES.

    Link to my Ann Arbor Craig's List ad:
    https://annarbor.craigslist.org/cto/6771148945.html

    Production Numbers 824 Total Convertibles made; 429 with 383/Auto and only 122 with A/C. Runs very well. Engine is correct date coded but not the original motor…got replaced somewhere down the line.


    History: Originally ordered & bought in Florida (so I was told) bought and brought up to Sarnia Canada in the late 90’s., “restored” in 2002-03; I bought the car in 2012.

    Added power windows, aftermarket stereo system, exhaust system and Semi-Custom Interior, etc… added since I have owned it..

    Under carriage very clean. Recent replacement of front suspension/steering parts plus the power steering box and exhaust system.

    Runs, Rides and steers great.

    See list below of all parts changed or added and extra items/parts included with the sale.

    Exterior Burnt Orange; Interior “Semi-Custom” Black with stock patterns with Burnt Orange panels, piping & stitching. Aftermarket stereo system.

    All gauges work. The only issue is the heater & A/C. Blower fan does work (tested it) but does not come on with the fan switch so that needs to be corrected (suspect wiring issue behind the dash). A/C compressor and condenser in place, system needs hoses, etc…. (was going to be my next project with this car).

    Items on or included with the car:

    Car Cover: Carcovers.com; Platinum Shield Car Cover

    K&N Air Filter #E-1530

    Power Window Kit: Nu-Relics

    Seatbelts: Front Seatbelts: Seatbeltplanet.com #2046120

    Original Mopar 6 Way Manual driver’s seat track

    Auto-Meter full sweep temp, oil pressure and volt meters (under dash mounted)

    Seat covers & door panels: Legendary Interiors Custom Shop: Vinyl: Grain Ascot (#19910) Black stock patterns with Burnt Orange Insert panels, piping & stitching.

    Steering Box: Steer & Gear (Firm feel)

    Stereo Equipment: Retro Sound Model 2 Receiver & Chrome Front USB/Aux extension; Rockford Fosgate RR-1X10 Sub-woofer enclosure (in trunk); Rockford Fosgate Prime R600x5 - 5 channel amplifier (in trunk); Infinity Kappa 62.11i (front speakers) & 52.11i (rear speakers) with various adapters & spacers.

    Painless Boss Kit 7 circuit aux fuse panel;

    Custom Shifter Handle: Idle Hands Woodwork: Oak Handles & Tiger Maple Insert.

    Shifter Arm: Duncan Engineering #66721 Shift-R-Arm

    Steering Wheel: Grant #1004 Classic Nostalgia leather wrapped steering wheel

    Exhaust System: 2.25” with DynaMax Ultra Flow mufflers (Watson Engineering)

    Front aftermarket disc brake kit

    Set of Mopar Shop manuals and large, colored laminated electrical schematic

    Three volume copy of 1970 Mopar Parts Catalog in loose leaf binders

    Loose leaf binder with all receipts from myself and when the car was restored in Canada in 2002.

    Old parts:

    All original front drum brake spindles & drum brake parts

    Seatbelts (front & rear)

    Front & rear manual window regulators & cranks.

    Front driver’s seat track

    Misc boxes of parts

    2X Black Satin Roadrunner Jacket

    2 Custom made Plymouth Roadrunner camp chair seat back covers (black & burnt Orange)

    Copy of all my computer files related to the 1970 Roadrunner (on your supplied USB thumbdrive).



    Reason for selling is wife has decided to retire late next year or so and need to have some upgrades done to the home first. Asking $55,000.00 or best “REASONABLE” offer. Ann Arbor Michigan.



    Production Information:

    Misc Data: Wheelbase – 116”; Length – 204”; Width – 76.2”; Weight 3,550 lbs.;

    Production Data: 824 Convertibles built; 105 with A/C; 429 Built with 383-4/automatic; 112 with A/C.

    VIN: RM27N0G- - - - - -

    R - Plymouth/Belvedere/Satelite

    M - Medium (Price Class)

    27 - Convertible

    N - 383-4 Barrel/335hp

    0 - 1970

    G - St. Louis, MO.


    Fender Tag:

    END

    L31 M31 N85 R21 V8X 26

    V3X A01 C16 C55 M51 J25

    FK5 P6XA TX9 B04 118653

    E63 D32 RM27 N0G 153514



    LINE 1:

    E63 383CI 4 BBL 8 CYL 335HP

    D32 3-Speed A-727 Torque Flite HD Automatic Transmission

    RM27 1968-70 Road Runner Convertible

    NOG N: Engine: 383 ci 8 cyl 4 bbl High Performance Model

    0: Year: 1970

    G: Assembly Plant: St. Louis, MO.

    153514 Serial Number (Should match VIN)


    LINE 2:

    FK5 Lower Body Plymouth: Ashtray, Trunk, Glove Box, Map, & Ignition Switch Lamps, Hood Mounted Turn

    P6XA Black/Charcoal Interior Color

    TX9 Upper Door Frame Color: Black Velvet

    B04 Build date: 'November 04'

    118653 Factory Job Number (Factory # should not match VIN)


    LINE 3:

    V3X Upper Body Plymouth

    A01 Light Package (NA w/A13)Ashtray, Trunk, Glove Box, Map, & Ignition Switch Lamps, Hood Mounted Turn

    Signals

    C16 Center Console (w/Bucket Seats Only)(NA w/C21)

    C55 Bucket Seats

    N51 Maximum Engine Cooling

    J25 3-speed Windshield Wipers (STD w/A04,E74)(Required w/N96)


    LINE 4:

    L31 Hood Or Fender Mounted Turn Signal Indicators

    M31 Belt Molding (STD w/RM27)

    N85 Tic-Toc-Tac Tachometer w/Clock (NA w/J21)

    R21 Solid State AM-FM Radio

    V8X Transverse Tape Stripe - Black

    26 26 Inch Radiator



    LINE 5:

    END End of Tag Codes


    ENGINE: 383 – 335 HP (“B” ENGINE)

    SN#; OC257392

    Right lower: #2468139-10

    Left Lower: 8-18-69 2468130-10

    (Note: Engine on A/C Car is painted Blue)

    Parts Used In Rebuild (2002):

    Cam Kit From Summit Racing; 7/21/03: Part# SUM-K6400; Cam and Lifters, Hydraulic Flat Tappet,

    Advertised Duration 272/282, Lift .442/.465, Chrysler, Big Block, Kit

    Lifters: Summit # SUM-HT2011; Lifter, Hydraulic Flat Tappet;

    Distributor: Summit #DCC-3690431; Distributor, Electronic, Magnetic Pickup, Adjustable Vacuum

    Advance,

    Carburetor: Summit # CRT-9636; Carb AFB Performance Mopar

    CARBURATOR: Carter Competition Series # 9636 SA

    TRANSMISSION; 727 #PK8681866

    4990

    5506

    REAREND: 8 ¾;

    #2881488 (Larger Pinion Bearing)

    WHEEL & TIRES

    Bolt Patter: 5-4.5”

    Tires: Goodyear Eagle ST; P225/70R14 (14”


    RADIATOR; Lower outlet on drivers side)

    26” : Pass side top -# 3827 616 59538 on Drivers side top –(maybe a mid 80’s radiator)

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