1971 Plymouth Road Runner

"Crazy Time"

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Year
1971
Make
Plymouth
Model
Road Runner
Stock
BW2377
Vin
RM23N1R1222333
Odometer Reading
96,397
Engine Size
440ci V8
Transmission Type
Automatic
Body Color
Plum Crazy Purple
Interior Color
Black
Location
Metro Detroit

The GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1971 Plymouth Road Runner for your consideration. This Roadrunner comes in a Plum Crazy Purple paint job complemented by a clean black interior. Powering this classic Plymouth is a rebuilt and done-up 440ci V8 built by Koffels Place paired with a stout automatic transmission. This Roadrunner features new seats and carpet, Weld wheels, Cooper Cobra Radial G/T tires, airbags in the rear to lower or raise the ride height of the car. This Plymouth has recently had a restoration going through the interior, motor bay, paint, and anything in between. If you are in the market for a clean Road Runner that's ready to roll, this 1971 is the ride for you! Please call or email us today with any questions.

The VIN decodes this vehicle as:

R - Belvedere, Satellite
M - Medium (Price Class)
23 - 2 dr. Hardtop (Body Style)
N - 8-383 (Hi. perf.)
1 - 1971 (Model Year)
R - Windsor, Ont., Canada (Assembly Plant)
222333 - Production Number

In 1971, the coupe bodywork was completely changed to a more rounded "fuselage" design in keeping with then-current Chrysler styling trends, including a steeply raked windshield, hidden cowl, and deeply inset grille and headlights. In a departure from previous thinking, the B-Body two-door bodies shared little sheet metal, glass, or trim with the four-door bodies. The convertible was canceled. The interiors could be ordered with 6-way power leather seats, thick deep-pile carpeting, and additional sound-proofing was installed. A/C and power steering could be had, except on the Hemi. 1971 was a high-water year for the ride and handling for the Road Runner. The overall length was increased, but the wheelbase was shortened an inch. It also saw the introduction of the 340 4-BBL option and a detuned 383 "Road Runner" engine with 8.7:1 compression and power dropping to 300 hp (224 kW). In return, Road Runners with the 340 and 383 engines received a standard insurance rating without the costly premiums normally tacked onto muscle cars. The 383 would now run on regular gas. The 440+6 and 426 Hemi were available, though this would be the last year for them. The tall axle ratios with the 8 3/4" Chrysler and Dana 60 rear ends, as well as the wide and close-ratio 4-speed transmissions, could be had with any of the engine choices, though few cars were built with the six-pack or Hemi engines. Aerodynamics were much improved over the first generation Road Runners, resulting in much-improved high-speed handling.

To see over 80 photos of this car, including undercarriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com

This vehicle is located at our Metro Detroit facility.

Gr Auto Gallery, LLC and our sister company, Wheelz Sales and Leasing Inc. makes every effort to represent each vehicle accurately and with integrity. We also welcome third party inspections when necessary. Although we try to do our very best to be accurate in our description writing we are human and do make mistakes. Unless otherwise noted, All vehicles are sold AS IS, No Warranty Expressed or Implied. All sales final.

Basic

Year
1971
Make
Plymouth
Model
Road Runner
Hobby Segment
Odometer Reading
96,397
Drivetrain

Body

Body Style
Doors
Body Color
Plum Crazy Purple
Stripes
No

Interior

Interior Color
Black
Center Console
No

Engine

Engine Type
Engine Size
440ci V8
Transmission Type
Automatic

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