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Stock #346-MWK
Price: $26,995
Year Make Model: 1971 Plymouth Road Runner
Engine: 383 CI V8
Transmission: 4-Speed Manual
Mileage: 35,255 ( undocumented )
Body Style: Coupe
Exterior Color: Purple
Interior Color: White

  • AM/FM Radio
  • Radial Tires
  • Rally Wheels
  • Seatbelts
  • Vinyl Interior

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The Plymouth Road Runner sold well during its’ production run between 1968-1974 and represented a first in the American auto industry: a high-power, but budget-priced vehicle based on the mid-sized Plymouth “B-body”. The Road Runner was by no means fragile, but today very few clean, un - restored survivors are to be found. This “Plum Crazy” 1971 Road Runner is worth a serious look. This is an original, numbers-matching, 383 V8, 4-Speed Manual-Shift Road Runner with a very nice white vinyl interior. The owner states 15,000 miles since the motor was rebuilt. The dash, gauges and steering wheel are original. This is a great opportunity to enjoy a classic piece of U.S. Muscle Car history as is or as a starting point for a show quality restoration. The 1971 Plymouth Road Runner is located at our Milwaukee showroom. You can view this vehicle in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it, please call us at (262) 891-4253 or email Milwaukee@gatewayclassiccars.com.

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1970 Plymouth Barracuda

1970 Plymouth Barracuda


Engine: 426 Hemi V8
Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
Mileage: 111 ( undocumented )

Gateway Classic Cars is proud to present this gorgeous, Hemi powered 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible. This 70’ Plymouth Barracuda is a period correct rendition of one of the more sought after and rare cars in Mopar culture. It now features a period correct 1970 426 CID Hemi V8, a tasteful and well thought out upgrade if you ask me. As you may suspect, it sounds just as nice as it looks. A 4-speed manual transmission transfers the ridiculous power to the Dana 60 rear end. The gloss black paint looks amazing, it is finished off with a black vinyl convertible top. The red vinyl interior is also in fantastic condition, with no signs of usage or wear. The black console sports the iconic pistol grip shifter, and a beautiful wood grain steering wheel caps off the interior. The odometer reads 111, the miles have been put on the car since the restoration was complete. Options for this 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible include: Air Conditioning, AM/FM Radio, Automatic Convertible Top, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior, Raised White Letter Polyglas Tires, and Rally Wheels. Original Hemi powered Barracuda convertibles that feature a numbers matching Hemi engine are selling for $2+ million dollars. This is an opportunity to own the next best thing, one you can drive and enjoy without feeling bad about, and for a much lower price. For more information on this 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible for sale, please call the Indianapolis showroom at (317) 688 – 1100, or email us at indianapolis@GatewayClassicCars.com. To see more of it, go to our website: www.GatewayClassicCars.com, where you'll see HD photos and an HD video of it in operation. Alternatively, if you want to see it in person, come to our Indianapolis Showroom, located at 4400 West 96th Indianapolis, IN 46268.

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Engine: 440 6bbl V8
Transmission: 727 Torqueflite 3 spd auto
Mileage: 86,920 ( undocumented )

Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando Florida is proud to present this very rare 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner. This is the earliest known 1970 440 6BBL Plymouth Roadrunner hardtop known to exist, believed to be #1 of 44 built at the Lynch Rd. MI plant. Additionally, it is equipped with a left over A12 aluminum 3X2 intake that comes complete with a letter from Chrysler verifying its OEM status. Numbers matching as verified by Galen Govier, this Plymouth is an investment grade Mopar muscle car that can be driven without fears with only a little over 86K original miles. The body and paint are extremely well done. Inside a new black interior is exceptional and looks awesome against the Vitamin C Orange Paint. It is well documented car that’s as fast as an A12 for half the price. That’s a real bargain. Features on this car include the 440 V8 A727 Torque flite 3 Speed Automatic with 3:55 rear. The Roadrunner was introduced in 1968 as MOPAR’s entry level midsize muscle car. If you have been wanting to get your hands on one of the most iconic cars of the era this Roadrunner is a great choice. Options on this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner include; AM Radio, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior, raised white letter tires. This 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner is for sale in our Orlando Showroom and can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at (407)771-2000 or email us at Orlando@GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Orlando Showroom, located at 635 Century Point Suite 101, Lake Mary, FL 32746. See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/ORD/1224/1970-Plymouth-Road-Runner

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1970 Plymouth Road Runner

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Engine: 383 Cid
Transmission: 3-Speed Automatic
Mileage: 63,157 ( undocumented )

Gateway Classic Cars of Saint Louis is excited to present to you for sale this awesomely restored and heavily documented 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner. If you are looking for a recently restored classic MoPar that is ready to drive on day one, without anything needing to be done to it, this Roadrunner is one that should be on the top of your list. Included in all the documentation and extra parts that comes with your purchase are the original 'build sheet', 'window sticker', and a stack of rebuild parts invoices from Mopar One. Included in the work done on this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner in the last five years is a MSD Ignition, Ceramic Coated Headers, 250-amp Alternator, Aluminum Intake, Aftermarket Eddlebrook Intake, New Holley Carburetor, Power Disc Brakes, Stainless Steel Brake lines throughout entire cars, a Rebuilt Three-Speed Windshield Wiper motor, Rebuilt Heater box, New Horn, and New Tic Toc Gauges. The exterior of the body and undercarriage are in great condition. The Alpine White exterior body color is the original color that this vehicle exuded when it was built. There are no noticeable scratches, dents, stain, tears, or odors attached to this vehicle. One great feature about this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner is its significantly upgraded Stereo system, which includes a twelve-band passive Kenwood, six-inch speakers in the driver and passenger doors, 6x9 speakers w/tweeters in the rear window, twelve-inch JBL speaker box in the trunk, and a six-channel 120 watt amplifier. In short, you have every reason to inquire further about this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner by viewing it in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video of the car running and driving at our website - http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For even more information, please call 618-271-3000 or email STL@GatewayClassicCars.com to speak with one of our knowledgeable sales consultants.

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Transmission: 3-Speed Automatic
Mileage: 63,502 ( actual )

We are tremendously proud to offer for sale this first generation 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner. It is available for viewing and inquiry at our Gateway Classic Cars Showroom in Saint Louis. One thing that should really excite you about this Mopar is the recently completed exterior paint job. The high-satin-gloss purple paint with gold stripes makes this Plymouth Roadrunner look strikingly royal. On the passenger-side rear there is a classic Plymouth Road Runner Standing Bird decal. There are just a couple minor imperfections that might withhold it from being truly award-winning show car quality, but for the uninitiated there is nothing pure joy to behold here. Similarly, the interior has been very well-kept, with just a couple things to prove that it is an original. The white vinyl interior is nice and tight and shows extremely little wear. The headliner is clean and doesn't show any stains, tears, or smoke damage. The dash looks original and does not show signs of normal aging or fading from exposure to the sun. Underneath the air-grabber hood is a 440 Six Pack V8 with only 63,502 miles which are believed to be actual to the car. Built from 1967 to 1971, the 440 Six Pack is a high-performance engine that has light wall construction, precision cast-iron block, and iron heads. This Roadrunner is a beast class muscle car that you can immediately enjoy. To view this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our St. Louis Showroom. For more information, please call 618-271-3000 or email STL@GatewayClassicCars.com.

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Transmission: 727 Automatic
Mileage: 0 ( undocumented )

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Engine: 340ci
Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
Mileage: 89,570 ( undocumented )

Gateway Classic Cars proudly presents this 1970 Plymouth Duster is for sale in our Atlanta showroom. This Duster has been treated to a full-on rotisserie restoration. The body was completely stripped and the metal panels that needed attention where either repaired or replaced. It is safe to say you will find no evidence of deterioration in this car. The restoration is so good, you may wonder if walked through a time door and you’re back in the summer of 1970. There are pictures and receipts of the restoration and are viewable upon request. Under the hood is a factory replacement 340 V8 engine. The cleanliness of the engine compartment is sure to impress. As ol’Dad use to say, “its so clean, you could eat off of it”. The 340 V8 is mated to a three-speed automatic transmission. Inside, you will find the original interior. It is very clean, basic and just the way it left the factory. Everything about this Duster is correct to the early 70’s and how these A Bodies were produced. The popularity of these entry level A Body Mopars are on the rise and this one is sure to increase in value, so hurry on over before someone else snags this beauty. Options for this 1970 Plymouth Duster include; Seat belts, Vinyl interior and Radial Tires. To view this 1970 Plymouth Duster, please visit our site at www.gatewayclassiccars.com, call 678-894-4833 or email us at Atlanta@gatewayclassiccars.com. To see this beautiful 1988 Chevrolet Blazer in person, stop by our showroom located at 1870 McFarland Road Suite 300, Alpharetta, GA 30005.

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Engine: 360 CI V8
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
Mileage: 28,749 ( undocumented )

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Engine: 572 CID HEMI V8
Transmission: 5-Speed Manual
Mileage: 1,022 ( since rebuilt )

Now for sale in our Houston showroom is this one-of-a-kind Hemi Orange 1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda. Fresh out of a 3-year restoration, with parts accumulated as far back as the beginnings of its owner's planning stages 8 years ago, this car is a complete nut-and-bolt build. Under the hood is one beastly Elephant. Starting with a fresh Indy Cylinder Head-built 770HP 572 CID Hemi, built from a World Iron Hemi block with 4.5 x 4.5 bore and stroke, stuffed with top-of-the line Diamond 10.75:1 pistons atop forged Eagle 7.1/2.2 H-Beam rods, connected to a Forged Eagle crankshaft, and topped with a set of 426-S/R Aluminum Hemi Heads sporting 2.25 intake and 1.94 exhaust valves, this thing will wrinkle pavement. Chrome Moly retainers with 7-degree locks keep the valvetrain in check under the MP Roller Rocker Arms (1.57 and 1.52 intake-exhaust ratios, respectively). A Comp Cams .574/.551 cam with 242/248 duration and a 110-degree lobe center provides tons of torque through the powerband, and a very healthy lope. Indy Cylinder Head cast valve covers with custom "572" engraving fitted with Keith Black breathers, and a Mopar Performance dual-plane single 4bbl intake with an 850 CFM Mighty Demon Carb with mechanical secondaries sit atop the massive mill, while a Milodon 30930 8-quart deep sump oil pan complete with windage tray keeps the vital Brad Penn oil ready to flow foam-free throughout the crankcase. An MSD Pro Billet distributor and MSD coil send MSD 6AL-boosted spark to each cylinder through ICH Fire Core plug wires, ensuring complete and massive fuel ignition. A custom heavy duty hydraulic clutch grabs the billet steel flywheel, which is housed in a titanium bellhousing mated to a specially-built Tremec TKO 600 5-speed manual transmission, sending the twist out back via a special HD Dom steel driveshaft to the Strange Engineering-built Dana 60 rear end with 3.54:1 gears and limited slip differential. An LPW Racing aluminum differential cover (rear-end girdle) keeps things where they should be in the third member and helps maximize gear life and performance. Slip inside into the pilot seat, and you'll feel like you were back in 1971, only better! An all new interior, complete with new door panels, carpet, etc.; along with new leather seating all around (done by Legendary Leather), fills your nostrils with the scent of fine hides and "new car"...until you fire it up...but, we'll get to that part in a minute...Gaze at the new dash, filled with NOS gauges behind the vintage 'Cuda steering wheel on the adjustable steering column, and you'll note that this baby has only a tick over 1000 miles on it. Let your right hand slip down to the pistol grip shift knob atop the Hurst Competition Plus short-throw shifter, and you'll be itchin' to fire it up, with your anticipation going into overdrive about hearing this beast come to life. Go ahead, twist the key in the ignition, and IT'S ALIVE! The mighty Elephant roars to life, and quickly settles to a lopey burble. 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1970 Plymouth Road Runner

1970 Plymouth Road Runner


Engine: 426 Hemi
Transmission: 727 Torque Flite
Mileage: 67,628 ( undocumented )

This 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner with a HEMI is for sale in our Louisville KY showroom. The Roadrunner was introduced in 1968 as MOPAR’s entry level midsize muscle car. For the small charge of 50000 Warner Brothers allowed Plymouth to use not only the Roadrunner image but the classic beep, beep for the horn. This real deal RM21 roadrunner is ready for the street or the show. A frame off restoration was done in 2005 giving this Roadrunner a new lease on life. The original 383 engine was put to the side with a 426/465HP HEMI making this B Body a pavement shredding monster. The MOPAR purple cam gives the HEMI those added ponies and an idle that is unmistakable. The 833 4 speed is original to the car with it being rebuilt to handle all that power. The 8.75 pose rear end has a set of 3.23 gears giving the car a good mix of off the line acceleration and highway cruising. Painted back its original color of light blue metallic except this time using a base coat clear coat giving it a much deeper finish. The N96 Air Grabber hood was an original option on the car and has to be one of the coolest things to be put out by MOPAR. The interior was restored back its original glory with the bucket seat console being a rare option on these cars. The white vinyl is clean and a great contrast against the black dash and carpet. The pistol grip shifter is another one of those classic MOPAR touches and exactly what you would expect in 1970. If you have been wanting to get your hands on one of the most iconic cars of the era this Roadrunner is a great choice. Options on this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner include; AM Radio, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior, and Custom Wheels with Radial Tires. To view this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner, including an HD video, at www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information call the showroom at (812) 294 1555 or email louisville@gatewayclassiccars.com.

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Engine: 350 Chevrolet ZZ4 V8
Transmission: 3-speed AUto 200 R
Mileage: 67,961 ( actual )

This award-winning steel-body (fiberglass fenders) 1933 Plymouth Tudor is now for sale and viewing at our Saint Louis Gateway Classic Cars Showroom. If you've traveled the classic car show circuit, you may have run into this 1933 Plymouth at some point in time. The present owner bought it in 2011 Sugarland, Texas where it was built, but before that time and thereafter it has been entered and won many awards for its build and beauty. Even though her current body finish is closing on at being at least a decade old, the Vanilla Ice paint on the all-steel body (fiberglass finders) is still holding and showing very well. There are no unsightly chips, scratches, or dents anywhere on the exterior. The suicide doors open and close tight, and the widows roll up and down smoothly. The interior is composed of a dark plum, that is borderline purple and is color-coordinated with the wire coverings inside the engine compartment and the fancy decor on the outer-body. The woodgrain dash alongside the plum vinyl and fabric gives this 1933 Plymouth Tudor a classic look and feel. It is very clean on the inside and does not have any noticeable stains, tears, or odors. Underneath the hood is a 350 Chevrolet ZZ4 engine with 355 Horsepower. It also has a HEI distributor, GM performance dual plain intake, aluminum heads, and a camshaft hydraulic roller. The transmission is an automatic 200 r-4 optional over-drive, with an 8" Ford rear-end with 3:55 gears. For driving it has a Mustang II front clip with power rack and pinion steering and recently installed Monroe shocks. The brakes are front disc and rear drum. For smooth efficiency an Edelbrock Performer 750 CFM Carburetor with a high-performance fuel pump has been installed. To view this 1933 Plymouth Tudor in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our St. Louis Showroom. For more information, please call 618-271-3000 or email STL@GatewayClassicCars.com.

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1970 Plymouth Road Runner

1970 Plymouth Road Runner


Engine: 383 Cid
Transmission: 3-Speed Automatic
Mileage: 63,157 ( undocumented )

Gateway Classic Cars of Saint Louis is excited to present to you for sale this awesomely restored and heavily documented 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner. If you are looking for a recently restored classic MoPar that is ready to drive on day one, without anything needing to be done to it, this Roadrunner is one that should be on the top of your list. Included in all the documentation and extra parts that comes with your purchase are the original 'build sheet', 'window sticker', and a stack of rebuild parts invoices from Mopar One. Included in the work done on this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner in the last five years is a MSD Ignition, Ceramic Coated Headers, 250-amp Alternator, Aluminum Intake, Aftermarket Eddlebrook Intake, New Holley Carburetor, Power Disc Brakes, Stainless Steel Brake lines throughout entire cars, a Rebuilt Three-Speed Windshield Wiper motor, Rebuilt Heater box, New Horn, and New Tic Toc Gauges. The exterior of the body and undercarriage are in great condition. The Alpine White exterior body color is the original color that this vehicle exuded when it was built. There are no noticeable scratches, dents, stain, tears, or odors attached to this vehicle. One great feature about this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner is its significantly upgraded Stereo system, which includes a twelve-band passive Kenwood, six-inch speakers in the driver and passenger doors, 6x9 speakers w/tweeters in the rear window, twelve-inch JBL speaker box in the trunk, and a six-channel 120 watt amplifier. In short, you have every reason to inquire further about this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner by viewing it in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video of the car running and driving at our website - http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For even more information, please call 618-271-3000 or email STL@GatewayClassicCars.com to speak with one of our knowledgeable sales consultants.

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1970 Plymouth Road Runner

1970 Plymouth Road Runner


Engine: 440 Six-Pack V-8 Big Block
Transmission: 3-Speed Automatic
Mileage: 63,502 ( actual )

We are tremendously proud to offer for sale this first generation 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner. It is available for viewing and inquiry at our Gateway Classic Cars Showroom in Saint Louis. One thing that should really excite you about this Mopar is the recently completed exterior paint job. The high-satin-gloss purple paint with gold stripes makes this Plymouth Roadrunner look strikingly royal. On the passenger-side rear there is a classic Plymouth Road Runner Standing Bird decal. There are just a couple minor imperfections that might withhold it from being truly award-winning show car quality, but for the uninitiated there is nothing pure joy to behold here. Similarly, the interior has been very well-kept, with just a couple things to prove that it is an original. The white vinyl interior is nice and tight and shows extremely little wear. The headliner is clean and doesn't show any stains, tears, or smoke damage. The dash looks original and does not show signs of normal aging or fading from exposure to the sun. Underneath the air-grabber hood is a 440 Six Pack V8 with only 63,502 miles which are believed to be actual to the car. Built from 1967 to 1971, the 440 Six Pack is a high-performance engine that has light wall construction, precision cast-iron block, and iron heads. This Roadrunner is a beast class muscle car that you can immediately enjoy. To view this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our St. Louis Showroom. For more information, please call 618-271-3000 or email STL@GatewayClassicCars.com.

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