FOR TRADE WTT 1973 Plymouth road runner GTX U code numbers matching


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Looking to trade my 1973 Plymouth road runner GTX. This is a numbers matching 440 automatic 3.23 sure grip car. This is a running driving car that is very dependable and runs very strong. The fuel system has been completely gone through with new tank, fuel pump, and new 750 cfm Edelbrock carburetor (I still have the original numbers Thermoquad). The cooling system is all new with the original correct max cooling radiator (re-cored) and it runs very cool even it very hot weather. All new brakes. This car is very original and has only 76k original miles. The car had been stored outside under a tarp for many years jacked up off of the ground. The under carriage of the car is very solid and clean and has original (very thick) undercoating. The tarp caused some exterior rust on the fenders and quarter panels. The passenger side quarter panel was replaced with a used one from another vehicle and has a new trunk floor extension on that side. Original fender tag (s) are still in place and I have two partial broadcast sheets. One was found in rear seat and the other under the front seat. The interior is very nice over all. Still has the original ribbed headliner (has a couple of small holes). Very nice door panels, back seat, and front bench very nice except for material on driver side. Pretty nice dash pad. New ACC carpet. Working AM/FM radio with new dash speaker and rear speaker fader. I will add interior pics soon. This is a very enjoyable car to drive. Can be driven as is looking just a little ratty, restore in stages, or do a full restoration. I value this car in the high teens to low 20k. I am looking to trade for a clean 1969 Plymouth satellite 2 door car or 69 road runner of equal value. This is a rare car and is hard to find in this condition.










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