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    Default 1970 383/4spd Roadrunner for sale/trade...N-96 Air Grabber Car

    I've been toying with a full restoration on the old girl but have gone a different direction thanks to this forum and it's incredible builds.I'm looking at selling my 70 Roadrunner or trading it for a 69 Camaro.I can't get them out of my mind.My 70 has a stock 383 4bbl with an 18-spline pistil gripped 4spd as well as 3:54 Dana-60 rear end.Car has just over 65,000 miles on it and I've owned it for two years.I bought it from my friend who had it for the previous 15 years.It's originally a bench seat car but has buckets installed years ago.Interior is in good shape.One small 1 inch circle of rust tucked up behind left rear bumper but other than that the car is very solid and a blast to drive...25,000$ or trade for 69 Camaro of equal value...I'm in Vancouver,Canada




    Last edited by Dave Pratt; 12-11-2012 at 10:03 AM. Reason: can't post pictures


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    WOW!
    No interest in this vehicle?
    Looks pretty nice. Can you post more pics?

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    First thanks for the compliment...it's a good,solid car and fun to drive...but I want to get into the Pro-touring side of things and want to go the Chevy-route...here's a few more pics






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    One last shot of the odometer...it now has just a bit over 65,000 on it.Extra parts include NOS full decal kit,K-member,70 GTX door hinges (full set,mint),70 LCAs,tail light covers for inside of trunk.Car had 70 Challenger front discs put on last winter but I have all the original front drum parts.Nothing thrown away.Original starter,worked fine but put mini-starter in when I bought the car.Professionally re-built tranny and new McLeod clutch.Ballanced drive shaft and new Spicer U-joints.The car has been well looked after...

    Dave

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    I'd bolt in the Hotchkis TVS or XV L1 kit, update the tires/wheels and drive the pee outta it before trading it in on a belly bu... err Camaro.
    TonyC@HP2

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    I completely agree with Tony on this, and I own a belly bu... err Camaro! That car would look f-ing amazing lowered a little bit w/ larger wheels and tires. Remember the "Hammer"?

    http://images.search.yahoo.com/searc...lymouth+hammer

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    I thought of doing the pro-touring job on this but I really want a 69 Camaro...

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    Well, if your dead set on the Camaro, you will have loads better luck at selling this over on moparts.com than you will here. At $25k, this seems like a very reasonable price point to start with.
    TonyC@HP2

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    Quote Originally Posted by High Plains Mopars View Post
    I'd bolt in the Hotchkis TVS or XV L1 kit, update the tires/wheels and drive the pee outta it before trading it in on a belly bu... err Camaro.
    I agree! But if you have your heart set on a camaro... I'd love to own a 70 RR , one of my top 5 favourites! Just don't have the storage or money for another car at this time. Good luck with the sale!
    Brad
    Used to be known as 455regal

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    What is that color called?



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