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1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

 

This was my High School car at age 15. I purchased it in 1971 with

18,000 miles for $1,850.00. Sold in 1973 and then bought back in

1975. It had been in storage until 2007 when I started restoring it. I

finished the restoration in May of 2010. Paint and Body work was

done by my son Jared Lewis. It was painted the original color R4

Performance Red with PPG basecoat-clearcoat. Upgrades include

Mopar front disc brakes, power steering and heavy duty drivetrain.

Although some parts and finishes are not factory correct, the car was

built to my specs. I have now driven it about 4,000 trouble free miles.

"I am enjoying the car just as I did back in the early 70's"