Experience the Raw Power of a Badass 1968 Plymouth Road Runner with Thunderous Exhaust Roar


Take a look at this, Bad 1968 Plymouth Road Runner With LOUD Exhaust!!

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Brings back memories of seeing examples of mopars, rats, mice and every other rodent you could think of on every street corner. every street corner. Sweet sounds to my ears and you are never too old or young to appreciate it.

A lot of hard work went into this car for sure and the owner had a passion for it. Not sure where it is today.

The explanation of this video is that as soon as the car was started up, everybody’s attention went straight to this gorgeous 1968 Plymouth Road Runner, and the guy who made the video just ran over there and started filming it, a reaction that we have to admit is pretty much spot on for what would we do in a similar situation.

You see, real car lovers are not selfish, and they like to share nice cars with everybody, so instead of just standing there and enjoying ourselves, we try and bring all that joy that a bumpy idle provides to as many other enthusiasts out there.

As much as we could dig up on it, we think that this badass monster was built by A & D Performance and Restorations in Brampton.

So turn up the speakers and play the video, and enjoy some real MOPAR symphony, played by a very loud exhaust.

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