1971 Plymouth Roadrunner
This is a very desirable, matching number 383 car with its original Winchester Grey paint. It’s a bench seat automatic car with factory A/C set up, and it even has its original fender tag.
This 1971 Plymouth Roadrunner is needing a full restoration, including a professional fix to the rust damage. If the new owner wants, we can fix it pretty easily.
This car will need a partial floor pan and full trunk pan. It will also need torsion bar support repair or a replacement. Its complete interior is in decent shape. The glass is good, but it will need a new windshield. If you want a 4-speed car, this is the ideal time to convert it because the floor pan is being replaced. If not, it can be left as a smooth-shifting automatic.
The 71-72 B-body cars are coming on strong, and this car would be an ideal restoration in its original color. Priced as it sits at $9,500, or we can fix the floors, trunk, torsion support, and a few miscellaneous rust areas for $3,500, plus the cost of the sheet metal.
(That last photo is what it could look like when finished).
*We highly recommend each car is inspected by a third party prior to purchase.