Reader’s Rides: Steven Glassburn’s 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Check out this tough Road Runner from Tennessee! Steven writes:

Shaved door handled and side lights, trunk lock, replaced with electric poppers. 383 bored and strong out to a 496, 440 source kit, 650 cam, 11 to 1 compression, headers, 3 inch exhaust via Flowmaster all the way to the back. Period “iffy” tunnel ram, twin 600 Holley carbs. Aluminum radiator, plexiglass grill working on a new one. Hand plashed pain, pro engine build rated over 800 hp on nitrous. Looking for a stock hood from a Satellite to put an old school pro stock hood on. 4-speed with 8 3/4″ posi read, 4:11 rear gears. 11″ wide M/T tires on read, 8″ M/T front, handles like it’s on rails. Do have M/T pro streets for rear and skinny fonts if I want to play. Stock bucket seat console interior right mow, carpeted trunk with rear mount batter, MSD ignition, have  a2-stage NOS kit to put on it, engine as is rated at 625 hp. It’s fast. It’s a prize winner at every show.

More pics after the jump!


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2 thoughts on “Reader’s Rides: Steven Glassburn’s 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

  1. Cool 69′ roadrunner, Hurst T-Shift handle, haven’t seen one of those in a while.

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