1969 Plymouth Road Runner - New-Age Pro Street
Run Off The Road By Kelly Painter's '69 Road Runner
Photography by Marko Radielovic
The DetailsCar: '69 Plymouth Road RunnerEngine: 496ci big-blockHeads: Mopar Performance Stage 6 aluminum, 2.18/1.81 intake/exhaust valvesInduction: Mopar Performance M-1 single-plane intake, 850-cfm Holley carbCamshaft: Comp Cams hydraulic flat-tappet, 320 degrees duration (advertised), 0.540-inch liftPower: 575 hp @ 6,000 rpm (est.), 625 lb-ft @ 4,500 rpm (est.)Transmission: Chrysler 727 TorqueFlite automatic, Hughes 2,500-stall converterRearend: Dana 60, narrowed 9.5-inches overall, 4.10:1 gears, M-W 35-spline axlesFront Suspension: StockRear Suspension: Stock, Super Stock springs, gas shocks, springs relocatedBrakes: Stock discs front and stock drums rearWheels and tires: Weld Draglite 15x5 with BFGoodrich P195/65R15 Touring TAs, front; Weld Draglite 15x13 with BFGoodrich P345/55R15 Comp TA Drag Radials, rearPaint: '93 Lumina Torch Red, by Clarence FurnellBest e.t./speed: 11.87 @ 117 mph (quarter-mile)Cost to Build: $25,000
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