Witness the Power of the Mean 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Keith Black HEMI


Used a stunt double of Steve Strope’s “Hammer” in Fast & Furious 3 and 4, this 1970 Plymouth HEMI Road Runner is now transformed into one of the meanest restomods we have featured.

Being a huge Mopar fan since very early age, Jamie has a Road Runner tattoo done when he was 13 and even though he isn’t a professional automotive builder you can tell how passionate he is by getting into the details of this muscle car.

Custom hood, 3-piece Forgeline wheels and Reilly Motorsports suspension Jamie’s 1970 Plymouth HEMI Road Runner has a very sinister look. With racing style Corbeau seats, carbon fiber dash with Autometer gauges and nothing adding extra weight to the Mopar, the interior is all business.

 

The Keith Black built 497 cubic inch Cross Ram HEMI engine is a real beauty kicking in over 750 horsepower controlled by rebuilt Tremec 5-speed.


Check out AutotopiaLA’s video to learn more and see this 1970 Plymouth Road Runner in action!

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