What we have here is a stunning, 1968 Plymouth HEMI Road Runner with only 73,455 original miles on the odometer. This car is finished in a Monotone Racing Green Metallic Paint. which is complemented by its Vinyl Split Bench Seat, Silver on Black Interior. Overall this car is in exceptional original condition and is a perfect example of a rare classic HEMI Road Runner.
This 1968 Plymouth Road Runner HEMI is iconic and extremely desirable by collectors everywhere. Built as a Sleeper – intended to lull the competition into a false sense of security – the car looks pretty tame but houses a beast under the hood. She is powered by her 426-2x4V HEMI V-8 non-numbers matching motor (425 hp) which is coupled to her original 4 Speed Manual transmission. She has been the recipient of a complete nut and bolt restoration which included a complete engine rebuild. This is not the original HEMI motor but is the original transmission. The fender tag decoded shows the following:
CAR: Plymouth RoadRunner 2 Door Pillar Coupe
ENGINE: 426cid Hemi 2×4-bbl HP V8
TRANSMISSION: 4-Speed Manual Floor Shift
TIRES: F70x15 Red Side Wall, nylon belted
BUILD DATE: July 01.
AXLE: 3.54/3.55 Rear Axle Ratio (Dana60 or 8 3/4), Sure Grip
INTERIOR: Deluxe Trim Grade, Vinyl Split Bench Seats. Silver on Black Interior.
PAINT: Monotone Racing Green Metallic Paint.
OTHER: Black Upper Door Frame Color.
25: Drip Rail Mouldings
A1: 26in Radiator
R1: AM Radio
u1: Sold Car When Built (Somebody Ordered It)
Location: North Andover, Massachusetts, United States
See listing: 1968 Plymouth RoadRunner 2 Door Pillar Coupe HEMI, Restored Build Sheet (from October 15, 2018)