Sitting Indoor Storage For 35 Years – Beautiful 12,000 Miles 1973 Plymouth Road Runner



Sweet 1973 Plymouth Roadrunner 318

While thanks to the restyling and more luxury options the 1973 Plymouth Road Runner was selling a lot better than the previous model, it also moved further away from a muscle car status due to the engine options and reduced power.

However, these are still beautiful and rare classic Mopars, and this particular example is in great shape.

After being stored for over 35 years, this Black 1973 Plymouth Road Runner is back on the road showing only 12,000 miles on the odometer. It sports the standard for this year 318 V8 engine paired with a manual transmission.

You’ll probably notice the stripes being different and the bumper stoppers are missing, but I think the car looks great.






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