what sould I do with roadrunner

1968 -1970 Mopars

  1. barber33

    barber33 Member

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    I got a 1970 roundrunner rm21nog car it is going to need trunk pan and front floods may just rh and lh side aslo going to need quarters and a pass side fender . Car is 383 4 speed a/c post car. But the car has a 440 in it the car was on a farm for 15 to 20 years and had not been touch also got a 1971 dust and 1967 satellite what would you do with the road runner I like the pro touring cars should keep it stock or pro touring some people tell me to keep it stock becouse it a post a/c and it is somewhat rare this is the first mopar cars I HAVE ALOT OF CHEVY I would like your input
     
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    Well your 70 sounds like my 69... coupe, needs floors, needs trunk, and bodywork... If this is your only mopar I would do a pro-touring style car... mini-tubbed with big brakes and wheels - swap in a stroked 5.7L Hemi (stroke to 6.4L) with a T-56 six speed... go with a custom dash with AutoMeter gauges and buckets with a 8 point cage, subframe connectors, and a bunch more suspension mods...

    I would do the same but I already am doing something similar to my 68 Charger... my 69 RR will be a 526ci Hemi pushing ~750hp through a 4-speed and a mini-tubbed rear end with about 12" wide slicks and everything else stock....
     
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    66_B_Body4ever Well-Known Member

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    Now thats wicked...great car!
     
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    I too have a '70 Satellite that I bought because I fell in love with HAMMER (70 Satellite/RR). I will be building my car in a very similar fashion to Hammer, which is to say pro touring look as well (oh, and I was a Chevy guy for decades until I saw this car). Check out Pure Vision's website (http://www.purevisiondesign.com) for some pics and specs.
     
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    The pro-touriing look is perfect for the '70 RR/Satellite. I was a Chevy guy for years until I got one look at HAMMER (www.purevisiondesign.com). I promptly ran out and bought a '70 that I will build in it's likeness some day for my boys and I!!!!!!
     
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    AMD finally has the FULL quarters for 70 RR/GTX. $700 +or- each depending on who you buy them from. Wish they had been done a year ago!
    Check my thread on this forum "B body stiffening" for alterktion and 4 link rear suspension pics in a 70 GTX.
     
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