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1970 Plymouth Roadrunner Driver Project Car - RARE - Will Sell & Ship WORLDWIDE!


1970 Plymouth Road Runner Description:

This rare 1970 Plymouth Road Runner (chassis RM23N0A142952) is a worthy restoration candidate featuring its numbers matching 383 and factory 4-speed drivetrain. Though no claims of the car being complete are conveyed, it appears that mostly everything is accounted for aside from the rear seat, air cleaner, outside trim and more.

A cool feature of the car is its Air Grabber hood (N96 option). Although most everything inside is fairly complete, aside from carpet, radio, etc. the cabin is still quite a mess.

The fender tag is a bit crispy but it is still legible for the most part, though please note that the build sheet is not found in the car. Paint looks like it could be the original lemon twist finish, and according to coded info, the car was optioned with a stripe package. Here’s a handy VIN decoder along with a fender tag decoding tool and a color chart.

The car sat on the side of a house for decades in South Carolina. Usual rust around rear window and bottoms of both quarters but surprisingly everything else is pretty solid

The serial numbers are present on the block and 4-speed transmission, both of which appear to be original to the car.

Car just had several thousand dollars worth of service work to get the car running and driving again after almost 40 years of being off the road. It will run & drive around a parking lot and onto a trailer. It is NOT road-worthy.

$7,000 in recent work completed. Inquire for detailed list.


1970 Plymouth Road Runner Specifications (New in 1970)*

Base price: $2,896.00

Price as profiled: $3,606.50 (approx.)

Available factory options when new: Torque Fliter automatic transmission, $227.05; 15-inch Rally road wheels, $43.10; F60 x 15-inch raised white-letter tires, $113.20; Tachometer with clock, $68.45; Basic Group, including AM radio, power steering, remote-control left-hand outside mirror, $177.20; Road Runner Décor Group, including rear transverse tape stripe, B-pillar molding, steering wheel with partial horn ring, bright door panel trim moldings and bright armrest bases, $81.50.


Type: Chrysler B-series OHV V-8, cast-iron block and cylinder heads

Displacement: 383 cubic inches

Bore x stroke: 4.25 x 3.38 inches

Compression ratio: 9.5:1

Horsepower @ RPM: 335 @ 5,200

Torque @ RPM: 425-lb.ft. @ 3,400

Valvetrain: Hydraulic valve lifters with high-lift, high-performance camshaft

Main bearings: 5

Fuel system: Single Holley four-barrel carburetor

Lubrication system: Pressure, gear-type pump

Electrical system: 12-volt

Exhaust system: Cast-iron high-flow exhaust manifolds, dual exhaust pipes and mufflers


Type: Chrysler A727 Torque three-speed automatic


1st: 2.45:1

2nd: 1.45:1

3rd: 1.00:1

Reverse: 2.20:1


Type: Chrysler 8.75-inch with hypoid-type gears

Ratio: 3.23:1


Type: Power-assisted recirculating ball

Ratio: 28.8:1

Turns, lock-to-lock: 3.5

Turning circle: 40.6 feet


Type: Hydraulic, power assist

Front: 11 x 3-inch drums

Rear: 11 x 2 1/2-inch drums

Construction: Unitized body

Body style: Two-door pillared coupe

Layout: Front engine, rear-wheel drive


Front: Independent; unequal length control arms, torsion bars, tubular shock absorbers, anti-roll bar

Rear: Leaf springs (4 1/2 per side); tubular shock absorbers

Wheels & Tires

Wheels: Stamped-steel road wheels (Rallye) with bright trim ring

Front: 15 x 7 inches

Rear: 15 x 7 inches

Tires: Goodyear Polyglas GT bias-ply

Front: F60 x 15

Rear: F60 x 15

Weights & Measures

Wheelbase: 116 inches

Overall length: 203.8 inches

Overall width: 76.4 inches

Overall height: 53.3 inches

Front track: 59.7 inches

Rear track: 59.2 inches

Shipping weight: 3,420 pounds


Crankcase: 5 quarts (with filter)

Cooling system: 17 quarts

Fuel tank: 19 gallons

Transmission: 3.75 quarts (pan)

Rear axle: 3.75 pints

Calculated Data

Bhp per 0.87

Weight per bhp: 10.21 pounds

Weight per 8.93 pounds


Plymouth produced 43,404 Road Runners in 1970, of which 15,716 were two-door coupes.



0-60 MPH: 7.3 seconds

1/4-mile ET: 14.70 seconds @ 94.36 MPH

*Source: Motor Trend, February 1969, test of a 1969 Plymouth Road Runner equipped with the 335-hp, four-barrel engine, TorqueFlite automatic and 3.23 axle.

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Item location:Buford, Georgia, United States
Model:Road Runner
Interior color:Black
Drive type:RWD
Vehicle Title:Clean