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The car show I attended a week ago had only two cars from the ’70s on display and I already showed you one of them , so here’s the other: a 1975 Plymouth Road Runner.  Painted in neon green, with long, bulging flanks, it was the first car I looked at upon my arrival.  As somewhat of a turkey, it definitely had the most charm and in fact, currently serves as its owner’s daily, making it definite CC material.

Based, as it was, on the formal-looking “small Fury,” the 1975 Road Runner was somewhat lost on consumers and was a one-year-only deal.  The Road Runner package was moved over to the F-body Volare the following year before finally being killed off after 1980.  As odd as the overall package may have seemed to contemporary buyers, though, I feel that the angry taillights really work well for a muscle car, in addition to suiting the “Fury” nameplate quite well.

The rest of the body doesn’t convey the aggressive theme as fully, but the tires, wheels, and graphics do a good job of stating the Road Runner’s intentions.  If I saw one of these things on two-lane blacktop, I’d be inclined to move over.  Especially out here in Indiana, where there are no emissions inspections.

A magnificent example of the Firebird Trans Am in its original shade of Sterling Silver with factory two-tone interior. Very cool to have the original bill of sale showing even showing the buyer traded in a 1970 Nova on the purchase. A few blemishes in the paint but overall a terrific looking vehicle. Runs and drives great.

We do not give any BUY IT NOW prices by email, but you can email or call with your questions on the vehicle or for a shipping quote. Don't get fooled by low bids, the real buyers are calling and making offers. We sell 70% of our vehicles before the auction ends..SO PLEASE CALL FOR FULL DESCRIPTION.

A magnificent example of the Firebird Trans Am in its original shade of Sterling Silver with factory two-tone interior. Very cool to have the original bill of sale showing even showing the buyer traded in a 1970 Nova on the purchase. A few blemishes in the paint but overall a terrific looking vehicle. Runs and drives great.

We do not give any BUY IT NOW prices by email, but you can email or call with your questions on the vehicle or for a shipping quote. Don't get fooled by low bids, the real buyers are calling and making offers. We sell 70% of our vehicles before the auction ends..SO PLEASE CALL FOR FULL DESCRIPTION.

The car show I attended a week ago had only two cars from the ’70s on display and I already showed you one of them , so here’s the other: a 1975 Plymouth Road Runner.  Painted in neon green, with long, bulging flanks, it was the first car I looked at upon my arrival.  As somewhat of a turkey, it definitely had the most charm and in fact, currently serves as its owner’s daily, making it definite CC material.

Based, as it was, on the formal-looking “small Fury,” the 1975 Road Runner was somewhat lost on consumers and was a one-year-only deal.  The Road Runner package was moved over to the F-body Volare the following year before finally being killed off after 1980.  As odd as the overall package may have seemed to contemporary buyers, though, I feel that the angry taillights really work well for a muscle car, in addition to suiting the “Fury” nameplate quite well.

The rest of the body doesn’t convey the aggressive theme as fully, but the tires, wheels, and graphics do a good job of stating the Road Runner’s intentions.  If I saw one of these things on two-lane blacktop, I’d be inclined to move over.  Especially out here in Indiana, where there are no emissions inspections.

A magnificent example of the Firebird Trans Am in its original shade of Sterling Silver with factory two-tone interior. Very cool to have the original bill of sale showing even showing the buyer traded in a 1970 Nova on the purchase. A few blemishes in the paint but overall a terrific looking vehicle. Runs and drives great.

We do not give any BUY IT NOW prices by email, but you can email or call with your questions on the vehicle or for a shipping quote. Don't get fooled by low bids, the real buyers are calling and making offers. We sell 70% of our vehicles before the auction ends..SO PLEASE CALL FOR FULL DESCRIPTION.

The car show I attended a week ago had only two cars from the ’70s on display and I already showed you one of them , so here’s the other: a 1975 Plymouth Road Runner.  Painted in neon green, with long, bulging flanks, it was the first car I looked at upon my arrival.  As somewhat of a turkey, it definitely had the most charm and in fact, currently serves as its owner’s daily, making it definite CC material.

Based, as it was, on the formal-looking “small Fury,” the 1975 Road Runner was somewhat lost on consumers and was a one-year-only deal.  The Road Runner package was moved over to the F-body Volare the following year before finally being killed off after 1980.  As odd as the overall package may have seemed to contemporary buyers, though, I feel that the angry taillights really work well for a muscle car, in addition to suiting the “Fury” nameplate quite well.

The rest of the body doesn’t convey the aggressive theme as fully, but the tires, wheels, and graphics do a good job of stating the Road Runner’s intentions.  If I saw one of these things on two-lane blacktop, I’d be inclined to move over.  Especially out here in Indiana, where there are no emissions inspections.


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