Plymouth Road Runner

Matching Numbers? 1971 Plymouth 383 Road Runner

This Gen II 1971 Plymouth Road Runner probably hasn’t had a good beep-beep! in some time. Seemingly loved by some and unloved by others (hate is too strong a term), this generation of Mopar B-Body can create a polarizing… more»

440 4-Speed? 1972 Plymouth Road Runner

I covered this car about a year and a half ago, and since that time, it has moved outdoors and the price has been raised $4,000, hmmm… OK, let’s look again. The devil is always in the details and… more»

Ready For Finishing: 1968 Plymouth Road Runner

My favorite year! No, not chronologically, I mean my favorite year Plymouth Road Runner.  Sometimes, the first is the best and that’s how I vote on the ’68 edition. This Road Runner isn’t exactly a “runner” but it’s still… more»

HEMI! 1969 Plymouth Road Runner Survivor

This is it! The Big Kahuna of Mopar power, a street Hemi engine wearing the always popular 1969 Plymouth Road Runner wrapper. The ’69 Road Runner was Motor Trend’s 1969 Car of the Year, and for some, a Road… more»

440+6! 1972 Plymouth Road Runner

The one that never was? Well, not exactly, the seller of this 1972 Plymouth Road Runner is pretty forthcoming that this Mopar was not originally equipped with a six-barrel carburetor set-up. But the ’72 six-pack 440 CI engine is… more»

No Reserve! Excellent 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Rare! Claims the seller of this 1969 Plymouth Road Runner. With about 84K produced in ’69, there is nothing rare about this ubiquitous Plymouth muscle car. Finding one in this condition? Now that may be rare as this is… more»

Modified 360 V8: 1976 Plymouth Road Runner

The first of the last, this 1976 Plymouth Road Runner was based on the Plymouth Volaré and it was the first year of the last body style for this model. The seller has this nice example listed here on… more»

Rugged 1978 Plymouth Road Runner

This 1978 Plymouth Road Runner looks like it may have been caught by Wile E. Coyote, it’s a little rough. For any of you who are wondering what that means, in 1948 Chuck Jones created two cartoon characters, the… more»

Rare Ragtop! 1970 Plymouth Road Runner 4-Speed

Beep Beep with the top down! Finding a ’70 Plymouth Road Runner to review is no big deal, there were about 43K produced, but finding a convertible version? How about a little over 800? I can’t remember the last… more»

Big Block 4 Speed: 1973 Plymouth Road Runner

This 1973 Plymouth Road Runner is listed for sale here on eBay and located in Anderson, California. The bid has 2 days remaining and, with only 13 bids, the price is up to $9,000 but the reserve has not… more»

440/4-Speed: 1972 Plymouth Road Runner Project

Beep Beep! The Plymouth performance beat was till going on in 1972 but it was, just like with other manufacturers, winding down. The Road Runner was entering its second year in fuselage duds, the Hemi was history, someone snagged… more»

Apart For 32 Years: 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

I was starting to develop a complex, checking out auto listings and then discovering lots of missing parts, you know big things like engines and transmissions. In the case of Mopar, I thought I was going to have to… more»

Parked For 34 Years: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

A couple of weeks back, I wrote a piece on a very perforated ’69 Plymouth Roadrunner convertible. The draw there was the fact that it was a convertible and that’s a very small production volume model for Plymouth that… more»

1969 Plymouth Road Runner Convertible Barn Find

If you are the road runner and you can’t outrun Wiley Coyote, what do you do? You’ve avoided the Acme anvil and the Acme dynamite but he’s still closing in. Well, you could try hiding in the barn under… more»