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  1. Satillite70

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    RARE Triple White 1974 Plymouth Roadrunner

    Asking $29,000 Canadian funds (approx. $22,000 USD) or best offer.
    Originally a 400, 727 auto with 3.23 gears in a 8-3/4" rear.
    Now has a 440 with same trans and rear.
    Rare color combo, white paint, interior and half vinyl top.
    Interior has "ember glow" carpet from factory and Wimbledon Interior package with red plaid inserts matching the exterior red strobe-stripe package.
    Factory Tuff steering wheel.
    Chrome Bumperette bases not the basic black ones.
    Power steering, power disc brakes and sway bars, all from factory.
    Etc.
    American Racing 17" 5 spoke Torque Thrust II wheels with high speed tires.

    Solid Western Car from Alberta Canada, now located on the East coast in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.

    I have also listed the car on Kijiji and ebay.
    Base clear paint in factory original colour was professionally done, wet sanded and buffed. New half vinyl top, stripe package, headliner and carpet. Dash and other upholstery all original.

    Will need:
    - New antenna, broken by painter
    - Center console lock
    - Clips for one side of the wheel lip trim missing
    - Drivers seat cover is torn, needs cloth portion replaced rest are perfect condition
    - Older Exhaust that should be replaced

    PM if serious buyer and contact info will be provided.

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      I had this exact car stolen from me,mine was a 1 of 1 special order 318 3 speed on the Floor
      The owner bought it for his Son and didn’t want him to have big block power,Also mine had a Original go wing molded in Red
      The story goes that the Son wrecked it 2 weeks later ,it was parked in storage until Ii bought it for 800 bucks in 86 I drove it to Chicago from Kansas where it spent all its life
      I on the other hand drove it through a Gas Station wall,missing the Gas pumps,it was an either or decision after an A body Dart cut me off in Whitewater Kansas,
      Damn even has the exact seat pattern though mine was Hardtop
       
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      Why does it have the reverse light mounted in the dash if its a automatic?
       
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      In 1974 on both my Road Runner and the Satellite Sebring which I have already sold, the "Fasten Seat Belts" light is what you see with a chrome bezel in the middle of the dash. At least on the automatics this takes the place of the reverse light in the dash you are familiar with on manual transmission cars.

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      IIRC a 318 and three speed manual was the base standard drivetrain in the 73 and 74 RR models.
       
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      Ok did not know that,however I never seen or heard of one ,something I need to research
       
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      This could also be part of the "build to export: Canada" differences in USA and Canadian models, as both cars were built for Canadian export and both has the "Fasten Blets" Light on the dash. The brown car on the right is a 1974 Satellite Sebring 318 automatic, bench seat, column shifted car, that I sold not long ago. I know the brown car was sold from a local dealer here in Saint John, NB, Canada. The White 1974 RR was sold new at Varsity Chrysler in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

      I should also note that I would consider a trade for a 1970 B-Body, as they are my favourite models or a newer model RAM Crew Cab truck with low mileage.

      I currently have my 2005 Ram Daytona up for sale as well, looking for offers. It's a shorty reg cab 4x4 SLT mdel with cloth seats and the special dash center, high end Kenwood stereo system with amp, subwoofer, touchscreen, DVD and NAV. Remote start, and locks, and alarm system. It only has 53,000 miles on the odo and has never been winter driven. It is also listed on ebay.


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        Price reduced to $25,000 Canadian ($18,900 US Dollars).
         
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