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1973 Plymouth roadrunner project - $6,900 (Cape Coral)

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condition: fair
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 61000
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe
73 roadrunner big block. Running and shifting. I was told it is a 440 swap but can't confirm. Can't see any numbers with the headers in the way. Sound good. Can shows 61,000 miles and it could very well be accurate because the seats are very nice and look factory original. The car is more solid than most but still needs some patches welded here and there. The hood in the latch area needs a patch. The rest of the hood is solid. The sill under the deck lid needs a lot of patches. The deck lid is rusty in the jamb pretty bad. The trunk floor and extensions have some holes but are not completely gone like most cars this age. I think the quarters were replaced because they are very solid. Fenders need some small patches under the hood. The car has a new aftermarket wiring harness that is only half installed. The ignition is hooked up When you turn the key it starts. The other wiring will need to be finished. You will need to wire the headlights, taillights, and dash accessories. Floor pans and frame are very solid. Wheel wells are very solid. Car starts but I'm not drivable as if has no cracks whatsoever. Car has no windshield but they are available.

post id: 7747535125

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