All the correct Road Runner decals are in place exactly where they should be, the glass and rubber all look practically new, and the chrome accents are punctuated by the flashy bumper endcaps. The sucker just looks infinitely cool, doesn’t it? There’s a standard Road Runner interior inside, but finding buckets, a center console, and a pistol-grip shifter is a very nice treat indeed.
Restored to show-quality with a racer’s heart inside, this real-deal Code ‘RM’ Road Runner has benefited from an upgraded transplant: a thundering 440 Six Pack V8 mated to a 6-speed manual. With all that added juice underneath this Mopar’s exquisite physique, the resulting performance means no Coyote ever stands a chance at catching this wild-bird’s tail.
The A/C was neatly integrated into the engine bay and you almost don’t notice the compact compressor sitting there on top of the engine, and with finned Mopar Performance valve covers at the flanks the engine bay is beautifully showcased. That venerable Six-Pack carb set-up up top is perfectly tuned thanks to a recent service, and the H-pipe dual exhaust system underneath gives it an awesome sound and immediate throttle response, while the chassis is clean as can be and features power steering, fresh shocks and a rear swaybar, and power 4-wheel disc brakes with drilled and slotted rotors. The Richmond 6-speed manual transmission feeds a bulletproof 8.
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