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1969 Plymouth Road Runner

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1969 Plymouth Road Runner for sale

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1969 Plymouth Road Runner Convertible (RM27H9G291xxx) 383c. i. . Hurst 4-speed. ALL numbers matching original motor. transmission and rear-end. factory F-8 Ivy Green Metallic. fender tag. black convertible top. black interior. power steering. 8 ¾ rear end with 3. 23 posi-traction. factory thumbwheel AM/FM radio. factory tachometer. black hood treatment. dual exhaust with factory chrome tips and 14” magnum wheels with redline tires (factory correct for car)       

This will be one of the finest original all numbers matching 4-speed convertible Road Runner's that you will see.   This car is extremely rare and will be hard to find another in this condition. originality and a numbers matching drive-train.  There were only 1. 90 Road Runner Convertibles produced in 1969 and this one is one of 769 built with a 383 4-speed.  

The Road Runner just had a recent light restoration including the restored show condition engine bay (with many restored original items). rebuilt original engine. wiring. multiple hand wet sanding and buffing on the entire car. wheels and tires. full exhaust/tips. clutch/pressure plate. check over the entire car and much more! This fine Road Runner is an excellent all purpose car for shows. cruises and cruising!  Although not a 100 point concourse car… it will certainly garner respect and hold it's own at any show.  

The previous owner has had this Road Runner for the last 20 years!  I believe the 128. 50 miles are correct as stated on the PA title.    

I typically restore or finish around 10 Mopars a year and have been working on them for more than 25 years and I do everyone as they were my own to keep. I put a lot of time. effort. pride and money in the cars that I offer for sale which is evident when viewing one of my cars compared to others for sale.   This is one of the few cars you can view in person and say that it is actually nicer than the photos.  

Please call Chad at 412- 496- 1439 with any questions. Thanks!


The body and paint is very straight and in excellent shape.   All of the Road Runner's body numbers match on the radiator support. trunk lip. fender tag and the VIN tag authenticating that it is a REAL Road Runner Convertible.   The Road Runner is a factory Ivy Green Metallic (F8) car with black interior and a black convertible top.   The Road Runner has had only new quarters and a small paper sized metal patch panel put in the floor at the driver's side foot area replaced.   The trunk floor. floor boards. doors. fenders and trunk lid are all in great shape and appear to be original. The frame is in excellent shape as well as the factory convertible torque boxes and the undercarriage is clean and neat with no rust (you can even see some of the factory F8 green paint in some different area's on the underside).   The body paint was done over 10 years ago and still looks incredible!  There are only a few very small flaws in the paint.  The very top edge on the RH quarter by the door has a very small paint chip (brush touched up).   There is a line/crack in the paint about an inch long in the very left corner of the rounded trunk to quarter seam (between the edge of the trunk lid and rear chrome strip) and the common line/mark under the drivers side door where the rocker meets the quarter.   These have been there for years and are not an issue.  The bottoms of the quarters. wheel well lips. doors and trunk lip are very nice and clean and not full of filler like most!  You can see the perfect factory seams the way it should be.   Even the factory drain plugs in the trunk extensions are perfect. The door latches and door strikers were cleaned and polished.   The super high-gloss paint was just professionally wet sanded by hand with 1500 and 2000 grit paper to achieve a high caliber ultra finish. This long process alone took over 50 hours and the finish shows it!  I would say the paint is a strong 8. 5 out of 10.   I am also very picky and critical. as well as honest.  The Road Runner has some factory original paint markings still visible. including on the differential. rear end housing. torsion bars and the transmission!   


The glass appears to be original factory glass. in excellent condition and only the front windshield was replaced new (PPG).   There are only a few very small marks on the side glass and is in extremely nice condition.   The front and rear bumpers have been re-chromed years ago and look brand new.   The door handles (inside/outside) and driver's side mirror are newer and in great shape.   The trim is clean and was polished for optimum shine.   The original wing vent window chrome is very nice with only a few minor marks.  The front grill and rear taillights are super clean originals and very nice.   The convertible top is in excellent condition and only has one very small mark/tear on the seam (just above the passenger side rear glass) about the size of a pencil eraser.   The power top works excellent and also has the correct boot cover.


The interior is very original and is in extremely nice condition.   The Road Runner has newer Legendary seat covers front/back and carpet and also brand new Legendary door panels. chrome arm rest bezels and inside chrome door handles.   The dash pad is also in excellent shape.   The dash and gauge cluster is super nice and in excellent working order. Underneath the dash is super clean and untouched. All wiring looks excellent and even the circuit board is spotless.   All factory gauges work and operate correctly.   All lighting works as should including the high/low beams. interior lighting. map light. dimmer switch. reverse lights. tail lights. parking lights. turn signals. four-way flashers. and license plate light.   The fan motor. defrosters. wipers. beep-beep horn and E-brake all work great.  The AM/FM radio is the new restored original radio with the updated electronics that you can buy (I think these are around $500 in cost).  It even has the original white label in the glove box from 1969 with the VIN # on it.   


The strong running original numbers matching 383 HP makes excellent power and runs absolutely awesome!  This engine runs extremely smooth and very easy to drive in any given traffic condition.   The 383 has just been rebuilt to stock specs with only a slight upgrade on the cam.   The motor was just done in November 2015 and here are some of the new parts: Crower Hydraulic Cam and lifters. total rebuild on the original heads with new guides. hardened seats. springs. valve job and resurfaced heads (over $900 of work alone). push rods. double roller timing chain. head gaskets. honed block. factory pistons with new rings. Melling oil pump. Clevite 77 bearings and much more!  I have all the receipts and photos of the rebuild.   The 383 has the original stock intake. heads. oil pan and the correct HP manifolds.  All the correct engine break-in oils and break in times were done and I only run Brad Penn High Performance oil because it already has the high levels of Zinc in the oil no additives needed!  The casting date on the engine block is 6-2-69.  The numbers of the top ID surface by the distributor are E 383 HP 6  18 (E=1969 motor HP/ 6=June 18=18th day of month).   The sequential number on the lower ID (by the oil pan) is 9G29xxxx.   The new carb is a 600 cfm Edelbrock #1406 with electric choke.   I have the original Carter that was on the car when I bought it (#4615) and will be included in the sale of the car.  

 The original #'s matching Hurst 833 4-speed (D21) transmission shifts excellent through the gears and is an absolute blast to drive!  It is the best Mopar 4-speed that I have driven!  The new 11” LUK clutch. pressure plate and throw-out bearing (USA made) is extremely smooth and the clutch has that perfect muscle car feel to it!  The numbers on the 4-speed ID are 9G29xxxx and PP8332881 (2881 is June 17th 1969 on the build day table).   There is also a factory paint stamping of 603 in blue letters on the 4-speed.   The 8 ¾ rear is original and has some of the factory paint markings still present.  The Road Runner has the original posi 3. 23 ring and pinion with a 489 case.  The Road Runner has excellent drivability and cools well even in stop and go traffic.   This excellent drive train combo runs and drives awesome in all conditions whether highway or city driving!

Here are a few Original casting numbers and part numbers on the Road Runner:

Intake  2806301 (1969 383 4bbl HP) Heads 2843906 (1968-70 open chamber 2. 08 INT/1. 74 EXH) Water pump housing 2780987 HP Exhaust Manifolds LH 2843992 / RH 2806900 Factory 22” Radiator 2949053 (1969 383 4spd) Rear End 8 ¾ with 3. 23 Posi and 489 case Leaf Springs 2539214 RH Torsion Bars 778 RH / 779 LH . 90” bar Engine casting 2468130 Factory Carter carb list #4615 (in box included with car)

 FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS VIEW ON SHUTTERLY AT:  1969roadrunnerconv3834speed. shutterfly. com/pictures/8

Here are the fender tag codes:

M31   N85   R11   END

F8   F8   H2X   X9   618    325365

E63   D21   RM27   H9G   291xxx

Decoding of Fender Tag: Bottom to Top. Left to Right




383HP-4 Barrel


4-Speed A-833 Manual Trans


R = Plymouth Road Runner

M = Medium

27 = 2 Door Convertible


H = 383 335HP 4BBL 8 CYL

9 = 1969

G = St. Louis. MO. USA


Sequence Number '291xxx'


Paint Code: Ivy Green Metallic


Trim Grade/Style/Color

H = High

2 = Vinyl Bench

X = Black


 Black Upper Door Frame


Build Date: 6 / 18 / 1969


Order Number: 325365


Belt/Hood Moldings




End of Codes










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New LUK clutch. pressure plate and throw out bearing (USA)

Rebuilt original numbers matching 383 HP motor

Resurfaced flywheel Restored HP original exhaust manifolds Temp Sender. Oil Sender Air cleaner and 383 pie pan (original unrestored) Fuel Filter. Oil and Oil Filter (Brad Penn HP) Heater Hoses and factory clamps Upper & Lower Rad Hoses Wiper Blades Plugs. Wire. Cap. Rotor (USA made) Starter Relay All Decals Windshield washer bottle Legendary seat cover set Legendary door panels Front shocks Fuel pump New  2  1/2” exhaust with flowmaster type mufflers and factory chrome tips All exhaust seems welded (no clamps!) Alternator Master cylinder Front Brake line kit Battery w/Mopar red cap battery topper Front and rear brake pads and all brake hardware Newer Dayton Redline factory 14” Tires: Front / Rear 225-70-14 Electronic Distributor (Proform)Plug wires/plugs/coil

·         Restored original Road Runner horn

·         Newer carpet

·         New Edlebrock 600 cfm carb with electric choke (original carb included)

·         Starter Relay

·         Positive and negative cables

·         New antifreeze

·         New engine wiring harness

·         Gates made in USA belts

·         All engine gaskets

·         Water pump and 180 thermostat

·         Mopar ECU box

·         All correct harness looms and hold downs (engine bay)

·         Factory original 22” radiator

·         Correct factory trunk mat

·         Restored original 7-blade fan

·         Hood pad and clips

·         Rechromed front and rear bumpers

·         Restored correct factory magnum 14” wheels

·         Trim rings and lug nuts

·         Newer gas tank and straps

·         New 5/16 fuel sending unit

Factory jack. spare tire and trunk mat       

 These values are from the NADA collector car guide 






Base Price

$3. 13

$17. 00

$41. 00

$66. 00

Options: (change)

383/330 HP 4bbl V8 Engine





4 Speed Transmission






$3. 13

$22. 90

$54. 40

$86. 60


Value Type Definitions 

Original MSRP
Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price 

Low Retail Value
This vehicle would be in mechanically functional condition. needing only minor reconditioning. The exterior paint. trim and interior would show normal wear. needing only minor reconditioning. May also be a deteriorated restoration or a very poor amateur restoration. Mostly usable “as-is”. This column does not represent a “parts car”.

Note: Some of the vehicles in this publication could be considered “Daily Drivers” and are not valued as a classic vehicle. When determining a value for a daily driver. it is recommended that the subscriber use the low retail value.  

Average Retail Value
This vehicle would be in good condition overall. It could be an older restoration or a well-maintained original vehicle. Completely operable. The exterior paint. trim and mechanics are presentable and serviceable inside and out. A “20-footer”.  

High Retail Value
This vehicle would be in excellent condition overall. It could be a completely restored or an extremely well-maintained original vehicle showing very minimal wear. The exterior paint. trim and mechanics are not in need of reconditioning. The interior would be in excellent condition. Some vehicles may be considered “matching numbers” vehicles.

Note: This column does not represent a “100 Point” or “# 1” vehicle*.

* A “100 Point” or “# 1” vehicle is not driven. It would generally be in a museum or transported in an enclosed trailer to concours judging and car shows. This type of car would be stored in a climate regulated facility.  

Note: Vehicles/Vessels in exceptional condition can be worth a significantly higher value than the Average Retail Price shown.



You won't be disappointed with this super Road Runner.   It's a very sharp looking car. in beautiful condition and ready to drive and enjoy.   I've been restoring Mopars for more than 25 years and take a lot of time and pride in my work.   I do most of my work in house from top to bottom!     

 Always feel free to call me at    412-496-1439    with any questions. I have no problem discussing this car in complete detail with you and actually encourage you to do so.   I purchased cars over the internet and I know the concerns and can set you mind at ease.   I am critical and again will GLADLY discuss the car with you in complete detail over the phone as long as you are a serious buyer with the funds to buy.

 I am happy to show the car to you. please call to arrange so if you wish or please hire a third party inspection so there are no issues and you are sure it is exactly what you want.   


No Warranty. As-Is. Buyer Pays Shipping. Non-Refundable $1000 Deposit (cash. money order. certified bank check or bank wire only) due within 48 hours of winning bid.   Buyer must contact me within 24 hours of winning bid (412-496-1439) or the sale is void and car re-sold. Final Payment (cash or bank wire only… any bank checks MUST clear before vehicle is released).   All bank/certified checks take at least 10 business days to clear the bank. so I highly recommend and prefer cash or bank wire transfers.   Vehicle pick-up is due within two weeks of deposit unless we come to a different written agreement.   Failure to pick-up the vehicle within designated time voids sale and forfeits deposit.   Serious buyers only… please be sure you have the funds to purchase… I can't wait for your settlement to happen.   We will leave feedback. I highly recommend you view the car or hire a third party inspector.   Again. I am happy to discuss the car in complete detail.   I can't stress this enough PLEASE CALL me I will answer all your questions honestly.  

 I reserve the right to end the auction early.   I will sell overseas. BUT ONLY if you contact me first for approval; otherwise I will NOT sell overseas and your sale will be voided.

 Please note this sale shall be construed under and in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.   All parties agree that any disputes with regard to the duties or obligations involving this sale shall only be presented to the court of Common Pleas of Beaver County. Beaver. Pennsylvania and consent to the jurisdiction of such court.  


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