Up for sale is my 1972 Plymouth Road Runner. I purchased this car on March 9, 2009 from a fellow eBayer out of Stuart, Florida. I had the car shipped to Indiana with every intention of having it restored but I have been unable to even get started on it and it has been sitting in storage untouched since the day it arrived. With that being said, I have decided to let it go. It was delivered new to Southern Chrysler Plymouth in High Point, North Carolina on April 15, 1972. It has only had three owners since new, and the car still wears its original paint. The body is extremely straight. The interior is complete, and the door panels are in very good shape for their age. The seats have just a few splits in the seams, but could possibly be vinyl repaired to save their originality. The front floors are nearly perfect, with just one small hole to repair (you cannot even see it in the pictures), and the trunk floor is also in very solid shape. The rear floor pans will need to be replaced. Overall, the pictures show how solid and original the car is. The doors still shut like new, as it has not been beaten, smashed, and abused like most of these cars have. It still wears its original paint, and the Road Runner sticker on the trunk is original. It looks to have been a vinyl top car, with the horizontal hood stripes. The yellow and black color combination is a true head turner. It is a true 400ci manual 3 speed transmission car, and it has an engine and transmission included, but disasse...
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