Road Runner

Original 440: 1974 Plymouth Road Runner GTX

The owner of this 1974 Plymouth Road Runner GTX claims that it is 1-of-2 Triple Green cars built. It is an original survivor, and the buyer will need to decide whether to retain it that way, or whether a… more»

Bargain Mopar? 1968 Plymouth Road Runner

With rubber floor mats and minimal trim, Plymouth’s Road Runner appealed to the no-nonsense buyer who just wanted to twist the key and burn some rubber. This 1968 Plymouth Road Runner in Everest, Kansas has seen better days, but… more»

Signed By The King! 1970 Plymouth Superbird

Enzo Ferrari is once quoted as saying, “Aerodynamics are for people who can’t build engines.” Whether or not that is true, the fact is that aerodynamics has played an essential role in NASCAR racing for decades now. The late… more»

Rare 426 Hemi Equipped 1971 Plymouth Road Runner!

1971 marked the dawn of the second generation of the Plymouth Road Runner. The muscle car heyday of the late 1960s was already starting to wear thin, as sales of the Road Runner dropped 65 percent in spite of… more»

440 V-8 4-Speed: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

The muscle car war was in full swing by 1969, which was the second year of Plymouth’s successful (and slightly gimmicky) Road Runner. It debuted in 1968 with its Warner Brothers licensing and its distinctive “beep-beep” horn. For those… more»

1972 Plymouth Road Runner or Satellite?

The success story of the late 1960s became the survival story of the early 1970s. Due to a declining interest in muscle cars because of a variety of reasons, the Road Runner went from 45,000 units in 1968 to… more»

Comes With 2 Engines: 1968 Plymouth Road Runner

The Road Runner debuted to a lot of fanfare for 1968. After all, it was a fun car patterned after a popular and fast cartoon character with a horn that went “beep beep” (or was that “meep meep”) when… more»

1 Of 179: 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Convertible

Road Runners were plentiful in the late 1960s and early 1970s – except the convertible. It was only offered for two years, 1969 and 1970. And if it was a 1970 edition with a 383 V8 with a 4-speed,… more»

Numbers Matching: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

There were quite a few muscle cars to come out of Detroit in the 1960s and two always seem to come to mind. One is the Pontiac GTO, which is credited with starting the movement in 1964, and the… more»

Mopar Collection: Road Runners, Challengers, Darts And More!

Collectors often migrate to certain brands of vintage automobiles. For example, Ford Mustang people tend to go for specific years of like Mustangs, i.e. 1965-66, 1967-68, 1969-70, etc. This seller likes Chrysler cars, mostly Dodge Darts and Plymouth Valiants,… more»

Buy Or Else: 1973 Plymouth Road Runner 440

The Road Runner was launched in 1968 as Plymouth’s low-budget entry in the mid-size muscle car market. With increased emissions controls, higher insurance rates, and the soon-to-come OPEC oil embargo, by 1973 the Road Runner had lost some of… more»

No Reserve: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Restoring a classic car can be a rewarding experience, especially when the vehicle in question possesses performance levels that match its aggressive looks. That is the case with the 1969 Plymouth Road Runner. Not only do they look tough,… more»

Wrecked 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

This 1969 Plymouth Road Runner appears to have had multiple bad accidents. First, the front and rear ends are all crumpled up, so that’s serious. Second, the roof and side pillar on the driver’s side have been flattened by… more»

Restorable?! 1970 Plymouth Road Runner 383

Any car is “restorable” if cost and effort is no barrier. Reviewing the eBay listing for this 1970 Plymouth Road Runner in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, its relative completeness stands out as truly remarkable. It’s rare to find a N96 “Air… more»

Original 383: 1970 Plymouth Road Runner

It is not uncommon for us to see stalled project cars come across our desks here at Barn Finds. This 1970 Plymouth Road Runner is a perfect example of this trend. It seems that the owner had gotten no… more»

Fresh 383: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Don’t let the tired exterior fool you because this 1969 Road Runner has many factors in its favor. Its rust appears to be limited to one small spot, and it has a freshly rebuilt V8 under the hood. Its… more»