Plymouth Road Runner Hardtop Coupe 426 Hemi 1969 Muscular Design

Plymouth Road Runner Hardtop Coupe 426 Hemi 1969 Muscular Design – Plymouth Road Runner Hardtop Coupe 426 The 1969 season, inspired by the famous Warner Brothers cartoon character, Road Runner is one of the so-called muscle cars born in the late 1960s. Plymouth made several changes to the Road Runner’s appearance for 1969. The Road Runner received a new grille, tail lights, and rectangular side markers. Even the Road Runner’s sticker on the lid of the deck and door is still new. A convertible is finally offered and around many choose drop top. In 1969 the Plymouth Road Runner Hardtop Coupe 426 has an additional 440 Six Barrel engine that produces 390 horsepower and 390 foot torque. The 440 comes equipped with a number of performance parts including three carb 2300-series Holley and Edelbrock intake manifolds. Plymouth Road Runner Hardtop Coupe 426 The 1969 Hemi equipped with 440 can be easily identified due to 15-inch steel wheels with redline tires. The most prominent feature included with the 440 package is the fiberglass hood with a spoon, which gives the car a threatening look that is not bad. A really good touch for the Plymouth Road Runner Hardtop Coupe 426 Hemi 1969 is a spoon of Air Grabber. Activated by a lever under the dashboard, this air goes straight into the engine through twin spoons on the hood. Plymouth Road Runner Hardtop Coupe 426 Hemi 1969

Plymouth Hemi Cuda 1971 Design Aggressive Muscles

Plymouth Hemi Cuda 1971 Design Aggressive Muscles – The second-generation Barracuda received new metal sheets and larger engines, including the Chrysler 7.2 liter, 440 Commando V-8 and 7.0 liter, HEMI 426 V-8. Barracuda reached the peak of its popularity in the early 1970s, due to its highly redesigned third-generation model, joining the muscle car wars. Longer and wider, Barracuda 1970 abandoned its Valiant root and adopted its own image, while sitting on the new Chrysler E-body platform.   The design of Plymouth Hemi Cuda 1970 is highlighted by a large and separate front grille with rounded front headlights, leading rear fenders, and horizontal tri-bar rear lights. Bumper is now integrated into the body, compared to the second generation Barracura, while the roof sits slightly lower, complementing the lower and wider car positions. Shaker hood options are present in all CUDAS equipped with HEMI, along with race-inspired pin hood. Other visual features available for Plymouth Hemi Cuda include a wide range of high-impact stickers and colors, including Lime Light, Tor Red, Lemon Twist, Vitamin C, In-Violet, Sassy Grass, and Moulin Rouge. Plymouth Hemi Cuda 1971 with a small facelift updating the front with a new grille and four headlights, while the rear fascia gained one-piece rear lights. Plymouth also added four gills in the front fender muscle car. Rubber bumper and shaker hood options were brought unchanged. Like most muscle cars of that era, Plymouth Hemi ……

Legendary Design Plymouth GTX 440 1968 Reliable

Legendary Design Plymouth GTX 440 1968 Reliable – Plymouth GTX 440 became a bit curvier in 1968, and its position as a luxurious hot rod was reinforced by Plymouth’s more affordable and basic introduction to Road Runner. Machine options remained unchanged from the previous year and continued that way until 1969. The tensile test showed that Super Command 440-cid V-8 led 426-cid. With a rear axle of 4.10 440 motors, the Plymouth GTX can turn 0-60 mph in 5.8 seconds and a quarter mile in 13.7 seconds at 102.8 mph. The interior of the Plymouth GTX 1968 basic bench seats are unreasonable and there is no carpet only mats of rubber. A hardtop coupe and functional hood ventilation were added mid-year during 1968. A horn that beeps complements the standard street runner stickers on all Road Runners. The 1968 Road Runner is probably the second most significant muscle car to the 1964 Pontiac GTO as it shifts the market back to the bang to get the buck roots.