This 1969 Plymouth Road Runner coupe was refurbished in orange over black vinyl upholstery under previous ownership and was acquired by the seller on BaT in May 2019. Power comes from a 383ci V8 mated to a four-speed manual transmission, and equipment includes 15″ Magnum 500–style wheels, matte-black hood stripes, bench seats, a Hurst pistol-grip shifter, and a push-button AM radio. Modifications installed under current ownership include “Plymouth” side graphics, an Edelbrock carburetor, a Steer & Gear steering box, a Hotchkis anti-sway bar, PST torsion bars, DynoMax Super Turbo mufflers, and LED dashboard and taillight bulbs. Recent service has included replacement of the tires, rear crankshaft seal, voltage regulator, clutch, upper ball joints, and wheel bearings. This Road Runner is now offered with a car cover, refurbishment photos, service records from current ownership, and a Texas title in the seller’s name.
The car was finished from the factory in Vitamin C (K2) and was repainted under previous ownership. Features include matte-black hood stripes, a driver-side mirror, quadruple headlights, chrome bumpers, LED taillight bulbs, and dual exhaust outlets. The Plymouth graphics at the rear of each side of the car were applied under current ownership.
Magnum 500–style 15″ wheels are wrapped in 235/60 front and 255/70 rear Cooper Cobra Radial G/T tires, which were reportedly mounted in August 2019. Work under current ownership is said to have included replacing the upper ball joints, wheel bearings, steering coupler, and brake master cylinder in addition to installing a Hotchkis anti-sway bar, Performance Suspension Technology torsion bars, and a Steer & Gear steering box.
The cabin features front and rear bench seats upholstered in black vinyl complemented by a matching dashboard, door panels, and carpeting. Equipment includes a Hurst pistol-grip shifter, bright doorsill trim, a push-button AM radio, and an aftermarket digital clock. The seller notes corrosion on the trunk floor under the vinyl mat, as pictured in the gallery below.
A three-spoke steering wheel fronts a horizontal-sweep 120-mph speedometer, a tachometer, and gauges for alternator status, fuel level, and coolant temperature. LED bulbs have been fitted into the dash. The five-digit odometer shows 62k miles, approximately 4k of which have been added by the seller. True mileage is unknown.
The 383ci V8 features a factory-style air cleaner and tube headers, and a “Voice of Road Runner” horn is mounted under the hood. Work performed under current ownership included replacing the rear crankshaft seal and pan gaskets as well as installing an Edelbrock AVS2 four-barrel carburetor, a headlight-relay system, and a solid-state voltage regulator.
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a four-speed manual transmission. Additional work performed under current ownership is said to have included installing a Ram Clutches Borg & Beck clutch pressure plate and disc, replacing the throw-out bearing, resurfacing the flywheel, and replacing the transmission tail-shaft bushing and seal. DynoMax Super Turbo mufflers were fitted in April 2022.
The chassis number and fender tag reveal that the car is a 1969 Road Runner coupe that was factory equipped with a 383ci V8, a four-speed manual transmission, Vitamin C paint, and a black interior with bench seats.
A title remark of “VIN Certification Waived” and an odometer note of “Exempt” are listed on the vehicle’s title.