That’s right, it’s stuffed with the rare and powerful 440 Six-Pack V8.
When it comes to the muscle car era, it doesn’t get better than a 1969 Plymouth Road Runner. Dubbed ‘Car of the Year’ by Motor Trend after it made its big debut, the Road Runner is a muscle car with both bark and bite. For the 1969 model year, a total of 84,420 Road Runners flew off the assembly line with 76,693 delivered within the United States and 4,727 delivered elsewhere. Only 1,412 Road Runners were built with the A12 440 Six-Pack, making the high-performance model a rare breed. Hemmings is excited to offer the opportunity to own the crème de la crème of old-school Mopar muscle – a 1969 Plymouth Road Runner equipped with the highly desired 440 Six-Pack. This bold classic is scheduled to cross the stage through Central PA. Auto Auction’s 19th Annual Classic & Antique Auction on the weekend of July 17th through July 18th, 2020 in Mill Hall, Pennsylvania.
The end result of a professional body-off restoration, this bold beauty is in better condition than when it left the showroom floor back in the late-1960s. Finished in a brilliant and bold Sunfire Yellow, this beauty is in pristine shape and is guaranteed to demand attention whether cruising through town or making a quick trip to the grocery store. Open the doors to an immaculate custom black interior complete with bucket seats, a custom wood steering wheel, and a custom dash that houses Auto Meter gauges. This Road Runner example is the recipient of multiple awards.
Tucked under the lift-off hood is a 440-cubic-inch V8 engine widely known as the highly coveted 440 Six-Pack. Shifting power down to the rear wheels is a 4-speed manual transmission mated to a pistol grip shifter. Even more, this classic Mopar comes with a cut-off switch. According to the description by Hemmings, this Road Runner drives better than new.
If interested in this bold and beautiful 1969 Plymouth Road Runner complete with the rare 440 Six-Pack, be sure to register to bid through Hemmings. As mentioned above, this gem will cross the Central PA. Auto Auction’s 19th Annual Classic & Antique Auction stage July 17th through July 18th, so be ready to place that winning bid and clear some garage space to accommodate this stunning ’69 Plymouth Road Runner.