1973 Plymouth Roadrunner By Manny Alvarez
This Is My Plymouth Roadrunner: 1973 Plymouth Roadrunner, A REAL RM21 CODE car, has a rebuilt 360 with an 8 3/4 sure grip differential (daily driver). I have put about 2000 miles on the engine since rebuild, the rebuild took place about 3 years ago, I don't drive it much. The car runs great! Originally EW1 white G code 318 car, currently painted primer black. Engine consist of rebuilt 340 X heads, .060 over Pistons, edelbrock performer intake, edelbrock 750cfm performance carburetor, Mopar mild camshaft, Hooker headers, timing chain, performance waterpump, brass freeze plugs, fuel pump, high performance oil pump, distributor. Transmission has been rebuilt with a mild shift kit, 3" dual exhaust feeding Hooker aero chamber mufflers cut before the axle's.
Manny Alvarez - Palmdale, California
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