DOCUMENTATION: Galen inspection. In Chrysler registry. #105 of 127 as of 12/11/06 Original build (broadcast)sheet.Original fender tag.Some memoribilia.
OPTIONS: 59,000 actual miles. Underwent full rotessorie restoration in 2004.Original engine transmission and rear end. All body #'s match too.440 6bbl and a Four speed transmission. As a kid growing up in the late 60's and 70's my Dad owned a tavern. The front half of the building was the bar and the back half was our home.My back yard as a kid was a parking lot! I would always see our customers comming to the bar driving some of the coolest cars ever built by Detroit.My pops still laughs as I remember all his friends by what they drove and not by their faces!The car that stands out in my mind as my favorite is of course the Road Runner.I first met my car and its owner in 1997 at a local RTS show. I had a survivor 42000 mile B5 blue roadrunner.We talked and a I promised my self one day I'm going to own that car as the owner was a dealer and I knew eventually he'd sell it. I got it in 2004 and have it stored in my garage right below my bedroom!I usually trailer the car but do drive it sparingly.I had Galen V. Govier come and do his thing and he verified what I already knew, that I had the real thing here.The car was originally a colorado car.Then it came to Nebraska.I am in the process of getting the car back to its original specs as per the fender tag and broadcast sheet. Decals etc. I just can't seem to bring my self to paint the correct pinstripe that the car originally came with though!I also am trying to find the correct owners manual for it.The Plymouth roadrunner is a car that stood for something. It was a muscle car that the average guy could afford that had over 300 horses under the hood.It was and is a timeless body style and truely my favorite car of all time. I'm getting my son Daniel into the spirit of the mopars too as he is only 9 and his favorite car is the roadrunner!