Road Runner

Amazing 1969 Plymouth Road Runner Hemi Survivor!!!

The Plymouth Road Runner was an absolute success when the first ones hit the street in 1968. They were a return to what the muscle car was originally about, an affordable performance car. You didn’t get any fancy interior… more»

Original 440/Six-Pack: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner Coupe

The Plymouth Road Runner was a genuine muscle car with no bells or whistles. For buyers who couldn’t justify the expense of ordering their new Plymouth with the fire-breathing Hemi under the hood, the company introduced the A12 option… more»

Loaded and Original! 1970 Plymouth Road Runner

Garaged since 1985, this 1970 Plymouth Road Runner in Ventura, California accumulated all its miles in the hands of the original owners. Whether the odometer has seen 22,831 or 122,831, this California classic is well-preserved and light years ahead… more»

360 V8 Volare: 1979 Plymouth Road Runner

Who can forget the original Plymouth Road Runner with its cartoon graphics and “Meep Meep” horn? They were some of the most potent muscle cars of the late 1960s and early 1970s. But interest in the genre soon waned… more»

1 of 749: 1973 Plymouth Road Runner GTX 440

One of the most memorable muscle cars from the 1960s is the Plymouth Road Runner, with its austere looks and “beep beep” horn. By the 1970s, things had been toned down in the performance world thanks to rising insurance… more»

1 of 906: 1972 Plymouth Road Runner

By 1972, the muscle car frenzy of the late 1960s had begun to wear off. Sure, muscle cars were being made, but with smaller or less powerful engines to appease the insurance companies and growing federal and state emissions… more»

One-Owner Project: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Just as the Pontiac GTO had been hugely successful a few years earlier, the Plymouth Road Runner would carve a similar path in the mid-size muscle car segment. The 1969 model run would be its most successful sales year… more»

Road Runner Option: 1978 Plymouth Volare

The demand for muscle cars was on the wane in the mid-1970s. So, when Chrysler developed the new compact F-platform, they decided to transfer the name to the new Plymouth Volare (at Dodge, the car was called the Aspen)…. more»

440 V8 6-Pack: 1970 Plymouth Road Runner

The Road Runner was Plymouth’s budget-minded entry in the muscle car arena of the 1960s. The first generation was built from 1968-70 and was a phenom with its cartoon character marketing and “meep meep” horn. This 1970 edition sports… more»

Older Restoration: 1970 Plymouth Road Runner

The Plymouth Road Runner was the budget muscle car sensation of the late 1960s. It was still popular in 1970 when this first-generation coupe was built, which now wears an older restoration that needs to be revisited. It has… more»

Yesterday Meets Today: Modified Mopar Collection

Most collectors tend to migrate toward a particular manufacturer, type, or era of automobile. Like muscle cars, pony cars, or Tri-Five Chevies. In this case, the seller has amassed several Mopars that look like one thing on the outside… more»

One Family Car: 1970 Plymouth Road Runner

The Road Runner debuted in 1968 as a budget-minded muscle car, based on the mid-size Plymouth Belvedere platform. Chrysler worked a deal with Warner Bros. for the Road Runner and Coyote likenesses and had a horn developed that would… more»

1 of 1,489 — 1972 Plymouth Road Runner

A year after Plymouth introduced the GTX as an upscale muscle car, they rolled out the Road Runner as a performance car for the budget-minded. With its gimmicky name and “beep beep” horn, the car sold like hotcakes until… more»

Muscle Car Deal Package: 1972 Plymouth Road Runners

By 1972, interest in muscle cars had waned and Plymouth only built 6,860 Road Runner that year,  including the more upscale GTX, no longer a series of its own. So, finding one of these cars is getting harder to… more»

1 of 453: 1972 Plymouth Road Runner GTX

Plymouth fielded two mid-size muscle cars in the late 1960s. The Road Runner was for the budget-minded and the options list was short, while the GTX was an upscale edition for those wanting some creature comforts along with speed…. more»

383 V8 Post Coupe: 1968 Plymouth Road Runner

The Plymouth Road Runner was a mid-size muscle car built between 1968-80. It was targeted at the budget-conscious buyer with a lower level of trim and price tag than its upscale cousin, the GTX. This first-year edition is a… more»