68 numbers matching Roadrunner 4 speed Documented

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  • Condition: Used
  • Item location: Bonne Terre, Missouri, United States
  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Road Runner
  • Type: Coupe
  • Year: 1968
  • Mileage: 9,000
  • VIN: rm21h8axxxxxx
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 383
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Plymouth Road Runner 1968 Description

Here is your Christmas present! I'm offering my numbers matching all stock 4 speed roadrunner with original GA title and sales contract as well as certicard and owners manual. I bought this car about 4 years ago from the original owner. This car has original rust free quarters and fenders and floorpan. The center trunk pan was replaced when restored.. Itdrives like a new car. The 383 is the quietist mopar I've ever heard. Absolutely no engine noise. The paint is about 6 years old and still shows very well. Its laser straight with a couple of flaws I have pointed out in the photos. There's an area above the driver door just above the pillarwhere it looks like the clear coat has a couple of runs in it or quite possibly the clear is coming loose. It has a small crack at the driver side cowl where they typically crack. I had the runs above the door looked at one time and the guy told me to wetsand it and buff it because he couldn't get to it at that time. I haven't tried that. I figured I might make it worse. He did say at worse it can be blended right there. I tried to get good photos of it but I cant get anything to show up properly. I might be able to get some with my phone and text them to you if you are and interested buyer.Other than those two places the paint is very nice. It was restored 9,000 miles ago. Still has the original spare and never on the ground. I drive this car from time to time. It's not a trailer queen but much much better than driver quality. This is a very nice car that runs, rives and shifts like it should. Never fails to start and kept inside year round. It comes with a Missouri title now. The original GA title and other docs are there as well. I'm not asking 50K for this car like you see here on ebay. I have a reasonable price in mind but I want you to bid the car as I would like to get all I can. If for some reason it doesn't bring he money I can put it back in the garage and drive it when I want to. I just have too much stuff to keep up with. Check my feedback and know the car I've described is the one that shows up at your door. If you must have a wife or bankers permission please get that before you bid. I like a quick easy transaction. It must be paid for before it leaves. If you are the winner please make the deposit immediately. This isn't an auction to look. Its an auction to buy.Thx for looking and ask questions anytime. I'll get back to you asap. Note: If you have been shopping for a numbersmatching 4 speed roadrunner at a reasonable price this is it. I'm expecting a reasonable amount for the car, ut I'm probably more in line with what you would expect to pay for a better car than is usually listed on here. I'm thinking mid 20's is better than youll do on a numbers 4 speed car anywhere else.

On Dec-26-15 at 15:43:31 PST, eller added the following information:

Folks, ust thought I would add a note that this car is for sale locally so I reserve the right to end the listing early. I have a current offer, ut it's one the wife has to approve. It's been a couple of days since the offer was made so I don't know where that stands right now. I'll make the same offer to you. If you would like to make an offer I will certainly consider it. If it's not enough all I can do is say no, o bid or buy. I'll work with your shipper any way I can. The car is dependable enough to fly in and drive it home. Just might be a weather issue now days. Thx

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