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FOR SALE-NOT MINE: 1972 Roadrunner GTX Track Pak 440 HP 4spd Dana 60 Only 219 Built Rare - $25,900 (Scottsdale)

Leave as is except maybe seat covers.

...and park in the survivor tent.
 
Looks like a solid piece:thumbsup: seen worse for around the same kind of money.
Some elbow grease and a few bucks this could be a pretty sweet driver if the drivetrain doesn't require major $$$... clean up the interior, fresh tires, get it mechanically sound, drive it and have fun. It would be worth the plane ticket to go get eye's on it before dropping 25 + grand.
 
Some stuff on colors I ran across on the roadrunner nest website. I did not know there were two different "Sherwood" colors for 1972.


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Top color for 1972 RR's was B3
Second was B5
Third was EV2
Fourth was FE5
Fifth was Y1 yellow



Wonder how many 1972 Roadrunners still exist - Road Runner Nest
 
There's that unanswerable question again-

"how many still exist".

Why are people fixated on that?

You would have to know where every one of them was or what happened to them.

Maybe possible with all 219 72 track pack cars, but impossible with all 72 RR's.
 
Looks like a solid piece:thumbsup: seen worse for around the same kind of money.
Some elbow grease and a few bucks this could be a pretty sweet driver if the drivetrain doesn't require major $$$... clean up the interior, fresh tires, get it mechanically sound, drive it and have fun. It would be worth the plane ticket to go get eye's on it before dropping 25 + grand.
Someone needs to give it a Roadkill style rescue and get the bit*h back on the road!
 
72 would be a Thermoquad
Nope they used Holley carbs on the RR/GTX PACKAGES for sure..

From another site:

Updated list with part numbers for 1972 Holley 440 carbs...



With the FACTORY part # and the SERVICE part # (factory #/service #):

#6252 (3614156 / 3621387) 440HP 4-speed (I need one of these)

#6253 (3614157 / 3621388) 440HP Automatic (I have a couple of these)

#6254 (3614158 / 3621389) 440HP 4-speed w/Air Grabber or Ramcharger hood

#6255 (3614159 / 3621390) 440HP Automatic w/Air Grabber or Ramcharger hood

#6256 (3614170 / 3621393) 440HP 4-speed w/California emissions

#6257 (3614171 / 3621394) 440HP Automatic w/California emissions

#6258 (??????? / 3621391) 440HP 4-speed w/California emissions and Air Grabber or Ramcharger hood

#6259 (??????? / 3621392) 440HP Automatic w/ California emissions and Air Grabber or Ramcharger hood
 
No matter how you cut it you would be big time upside down doing that car. Probably into it close to 100k including the price of the car. Better to buy one completed.
 
Nope they used Holley carbs on the RR/GTX PACKAGES for sure..

From another site:

Updated list with part numbers for 1972 Holley 440 carbs...



With the FACTORY part # and the SERVICE part # (factory #/service #):

#6252 (3614156 / 3621387) 440HP 4-speed (I need one of these)

#6253 (3614157 / 3621388) 440HP Automatic (I have a couple of these)

#6254 (3614158 / 3621389) 440HP 4-speed w/Air Grabber or Ramcharger hood

#6255 (3614159 / 3621390) 440HP Automatic w/Air Grabber or Ramcharger hood

#6256 (3614170 / 3621393) 440HP 4-speed w/California emissions

#6257 (3614171 / 3621394) 440HP Automatic w/California emissions

#6258 (??????? / 3621391) 440HP 4-speed w/California emissions and Air Grabber or Ramcharger hood

#6259 (??????? / 3621392) 440HP Automatic w/ California emissions and Air Grabber or Ramcharger hood
I was referring to the 340 car
 
Probably into it close to 100k including the price of the car.

Something like?:

$27k for the car and shipping
$25k for engine/trans/differential rebuild
$13k for all interior work
$25k for body and paint
$10k suspension, brakes, & miscellaneous

My time is free, but I doubt the total would go below $60k?

I hope it ends up in a good home.
 
Something like?:

$27k for the car and shipping
$25k for engine/trans/differential rebuild
$13k for all interior work
$25k for body and paint
$10k suspension, brakes, & miscellaneous

My time is free, but I doubt the total would go below $60k?

I hope it ends up in a good home.

You must own a body shop. Your previous estimate in post #39 was only $74,900! :lol:

I have not been following this. The car is still for sale? That would surprise me, but never underestimate the power of a lost fender tag to kill value.
 
My 71 is pretty much like the 340 car except it had a 383 and an Airgrabber

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