1971 Plymouth Roadrunner
This highly desirable and complete 1971 Roadrunner was found hidden in the deep woods in North Carolina.
A professional car hunter found it and contracted an equipment operator to free it from the foliage. Once the car was rescued, they reached out to SMG, and we purchased it, knowing that it still had its numbers matching 383 Hipo motor.
This Roadrunner is rusty in some spots, but the frame and cross members are good. It’s still sporting its original fender tag, which shows it as an automatic car painted in one of Plymouth’s most desirable colors: Winchester Grey Metallic.
The 71 with 15x7’s, roof stripe, gullwing spoiler, and chin spoilers are perhaps Plymouth’s prettiest B-Body Ever.
The plans for restoration are undetermined, and so it’s for sale until a plan evolves. This will be an excellent car to restore, especially the way the prices on these 71 Roadrunners are increasing.
Priced as is at $15,000 or restored price $65,000.
(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.