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1968 Plymouth Roadrunner

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1968 Plymouth Roadrunner that has tons of work done to it. It is rust free and has alot of performance work done. This car has been in the family since new. I can start off to say that it has a 69 gtx 440 put in and motor was bored and has about 1000 miles on it. It has a 727 3 speed rear valve automatic transmission and has 456 gears. I drive this car on the street even though it is race ready. It has an antique title and tag which makes it legal to drive on the street. Here is a list of things done to the car:  Runs mid 10s 440 block/500 cubic inches (ci) Less than 1000 miles on the engine Lightweight pistons Holley 1050 dominator $1,500 crankshaft (not sure of brand) 727 automatic by Ray Christian (Hurst) Cheetah reverse manual valve body 8 ¾ rear end Summer Brothers axles Reinforced by Moser engineering Two piece Crager tricks Roll cage Fiberglass racing seat Six gallon fuel cell Holley electric fuel pump Braided steel lines Aircraft fittings Fiberglass: Fenders, front bumper, hood and deck lid Parts from Direct Connection (Herb McCandless) Aluminum 4 core radiator with high performance water pump I just had new tires, fresh oil change and tune up, and a new battery. The car is very fast and powerful.