Check out this sweet B-body, nicknamed “Man O’ War.” Here’s the word from David:
This 1971 Plymouth Road Runner had a Total rotisserie restoration completed approximately three years ago(The car has been kept inside since then). Originally a 383 car but now has a stock 440 cid with a mopar purple cam shaft for higher lift and duration. It has a balanced steel crank that is magnafluxed, cross drilled and polished, 8 ¾ rear end with 4:10 gears, slap stick auto, following items are new – wiring harness, interior, dash pad, battery, Hooker headers, power steering pump with cooler, fuel pump, tires and 15” rally wheels with trim rings, front disk brakes, all brake lines, dual exhaust with factory red slotted exhaust tips, tail light lens, u-joints, belts and hoses, all rubber/weather strips/bumpers etc; go wing, front/rear bumpers, along with rebuilt high performance transmission that includes a stall converter. Absolutely no leaks. This car carries a beautiful sassy grass green paint. The car looks factory new for the interior, exterior, AND ENTIRE UNDERCARRIAGE to display the car with mirrors in car shows.