1969 Plymouth Road Runner Convertible

So Plymouth created the Road Runner in 1968 to address the entry level muscle car market, we all know that. However, when they decided to take the roof off of it and make it an open car they created a sleek high performance inexpensive convertible that not only stimulates the physical aspect of a muscle car but also the classy side of cruising. Here is a fully, rotisserie restored example that is very correct has all the right stuff, is in a great color, and runs great. It looks as good underneath as on top and the topside is fabulous. The original fender tag is in place and it codes out to be very close to original. Unfortunately we have not gotten a broadcast sheet with this one. It is powered by a 383 CID V8 and 4 speed transmission along with a 3.23 posi rear end, this one is a riot to drive. The Bright Blue Metallic paint with white power roof that look fabulous on this fabulous Road Runner and it is easy to drive with power steering and the 4 speed transmission. This great example has a very interesting history; we bought the car from the 3rd owner that had it fully rotisserie restored. The second owner owned it since 1974. It is not a numbers matching engine but it is an original rotisserie restored Road Runner convertible with 4 speed and in one of the best color combinations you could ask for. Here is an opportunity to enjoy the rewards of another's labor without footing the bill.


  • Non-Numbers 383 CID block 335HP 4 barrel V8

  • Those horses are channeled through a 4 speed

  • The rear end is a 9 posi with 3.23 gear ratio

  • The interior is Blue bench seats

  • Power Steering aids in the comfortable control

  • Stopping power is generated by standard front disc and rear drums< li>

  • The wheels are fabulous 14 inch Chrysler Chrome Magnum 500 with stainless trim rings

  • It rolls around on BF Goodrich raised white letter radial tires P215/70R/14 front and P245/60R/14 rears

  • In the dash is a correct Thumb Dial AM radio non-working

  • The dash includes fuel, temp, and amp with very nice trim and lettering

  • The exhaust note is awesome and is generated by a full dual system that starts with stock manifolds and Dynomax mufflers and calls out via the box tips

  • Finished in Bright Blue Metallic - code B5

  • The look is accented with a chrome front and rear bumpers with drivers remote outside rear view mirror

  • The power roof is like new White vinyl with glass rear window

  • The steering wheel is a correct 3 spoke simulated wood that is comfortable and of course the horn goes "Beep-Beep"

  • The engine bay is detailed to original trim and trunk has mat and car cover

  • Don't miss out on an opportunity to pick up one of the more rare body styles out there that is ready to enjoy today

  • Car has been sandblasted and rotisserie restored


RM27:Plymouth Belvedere,Satellite Medium, Road Runner Convertible

H96: 383 330HP OR 335HP 1-4BBL 8 CYL 1969 Newark, DE, USA

253459: Sequence number

E63: 383 cid 4 barrel V8 H.P. 335hp
D21: 4 speed manual transmission
B5: Bright Blue Metallic Exterior Color
H2B: Unkown Int. door frames
W1: White Int. Door Frames
B7: Build Date: November 7
144593: Order number
M31: Unknown top color
R11: Radio Solid State AM (2 Watts)
END: End of Sales Codes


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383 Super Commando V8


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Bright Blue Metallic

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Road Runner


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