FOR SALE 1970 V-Code Roadrunner Convertible!

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Factory "V-Code" Roadrunner Convertible
-1 of 34 EVER made with a 440-6 barrel, not just in 1970.
-1 of 14 with an auto transmission
-ONLY one known in FK5 Burnt Orange
-Numbers matching 440-6 barrel
-Number matching auto trans
-Body numbers match the vin plate, fender tag, door sticker, engine, trans, and documentation
-"Survivorish" Meaning mostly original. Original interior, original convertible top, convertible boot, wheels/including the spare. One repaint in the late 80s. Car has been stored away since 86. Brakes, fuel lines, shocks, and a full correct carb rebuild was all just done, along with new tires! I do have the original radiator, as my plan was to send it off to Glen Ray as the previous patch work wasn't the greatest. Car has small scratches, dings, paint cracks and one tiny bubble on driver fender. Passenger quarter has a tiny patch which was well done. Its not concourse by any means its a original driver that wins shows. Shows very well

-Factory equipped with power steering, power brakes, tic-toc tach, air grabber, hood turn signals, light group, dust stripe, white transverse stripe


Don't let this one slip away! One hasn't come up for sale in many of years......


https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/plymouth/road-runner/2607538.html

Let me know if you’d like to talk about it. I’m the owner
Asking 150
Located in NH

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There’s been questions on whether the #s on the block and trans are restamps or real deal. Any stamping experts care to comment on if they are right?
 

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There’s been questions on whether the #s on the block and trans are restamps or real deal. Any stamping experts care to comment on if they are right?
Who’s questioning the numbers? Haha
Those people can call David Wise. He’s seen the numbers and says they look good….
 

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There’s been questions on whether the #s on the block and trans are restamps or real deal. Any stamping experts care to comment on if they are right?
Fill me in! Who’s talking…

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did this car come from altoona ,Pa owner sold it in carlisle, think it is auto column shift
 

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yes i knew car and previous owner, long time ago ,was faster then my 68 gtx
 

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Factory "V-Code" Roadrunner Convertible
-1 of 34 EVER made with a 440-6 barrel, not just in 1970.
-1 of 14 with an auto transmission
-ONLY one known in FK5 Burnt Orange
-Numbers matching 440-6 barrel
-Number matching auto trans
-Body numbers match the vin plate, fender tag, door sticker, engine, trans, and documentation
-"Survivorish" Meaning mostly original. Original interior, original convertible top, convertible boot, wheels/including the spare. One repaint in the late 80s. Car has been stored away since 86. Brakes, fuel lines, shocks, and a full correct carb rebuild was all just done, along with new tires! I do have the original radiator, as my plan was to send it off to Glen Ray as the previous patch work wasn't the greatest. Car has small scratches, dings, paint cracks and one tiny bubble on driver fender. Passenger quarter has a tiny patch which was well done. Its not concourse by any means its a original driver that wins shows. Shows very well

-Factory equipped with power steering, power brakes, tic-toc tach, air grabber, hood turn signals, light group, dust stripe, white transverse stripe


Don't let this one slip away! One hasn't come up for sale in many of years......


https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/plymouth/road-runner/2607538.html

Let me know if you’d like to talk about it. I’m the owner
Asking 150
Located in NH

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Great looking car.
FYI Chrysler Canada used 1 or 2 FK5 1970 RR Convertibles to show Dealers back in the day.
VIN's were low 20's but i think they were 383 cars 'loaded' with every avail option. They even had the chrome trim around taillight panels like the GTX's
 

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It was 4 cars as I understand: 2 auto, 2 four speed. All 383.
 

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