Fans: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner- 426 HEMI. From a
stock 383 to the Hemi engine that is now under the hood,
you can still admire the true Road Runner personality.
From the stock brick red exterior color to the now Chrysler
flash red, you can still admire its head turning style.
From the distinct sound of the rumbling stock exhaust
in 1969 to the whine of the 6-71 Fowler blower protruding
from the hood, your ears will not deceive you about the
sound of power.
This baby has changed over the years to a full grown beast
with muscle to spare. Each modification was made with
attention to detail as well as practicality. The bench
seats replaced by buckets and roll bar inserted while
keeping a full back seat for space for a family. Each
new idea was well thought through and satisfying.
This rod may seem familiar for some reason to many of
you. It has been featured in 8 national magazines and
on 3 different covers. Canfield Ohio was the home to the
Hot Rod Nationals for many years and this Mopar was voted
the best one there.
A car enthusiast, Mopar fan, or anything in between would
truly appreciate this "Fine 69" as being a sweet
ride. Scott Sullivan graphics make this car unique both
high end and mind boggling. He truly captured the car's
personality by this distinct look of metal being torn
apart by speed.
Primarily a show car for many years in the past and surely
many more to come. This may have been the one that got
away from you years ago or the one that you always had
you eye on. Dreams do come true.
10.5 @ 128mph - quarter mile with street tires
426 Chrysler Hemi - Mopar performance block with wedge
6-71 Fowler modified Blower with Teflon Rotor strips 3"
2- 750 Carter carburetors
Cam from Competition Cams 292 duration 524 lift Hydraulic
Kellogg Steel Crank
Nascar Hemi Rods
Venolia Forged Pistons
Childs & Alberts No-Gap Rings
MSD Electronic Ignition with Boost timing control
Ceramic coated Hooker headers
Flow tech Oval mufflers & tubing
727 Torqueflite with B&M shift kit
B&M 2800 RPM torque Converter
Art Morrison Subframe
8 ¾ rear end with 4:56 gears & posi
4 wheel disc brakes
Art Morrison 4 Link & Panhard Bar
15 x 14 Weld Wheels with 19.5 x 33 Mickey Thompson Soft
15 x 6 Weld Wheels with Michelin Tires
BASF Glasurit Chrysler Flash Red Paint & Clear
Scott Sullivan Custom Graphics
Pape Racing Buckets with RJS 5 point harness
15 Gallon fuel cell & Holley Electric Fuel pump
Approximately 622 RWHP
This car was purchased from the original owner in
1974. This was restored in 1989 and the Hemi installed
in 1994. Less than 1000 miles on it.
The Road Runner was named Motor Trend Car of the Year