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We will have the trailering video soon
Hopefully we can get it running with just a carb rebuild.
I'm headed your way in 20 mins
Where did you find the 79 Roadrunner?
Old biker has a small junk yard. He always had mopars. Gator was drawn in and could not help himself
360?318?give me some details.
We've known about this car for awhile one good thing is he never let anyone take parts off it.rear spoiler is in trunk.it still has center caps on 3 wheels
Nice find,looking foward to seeing some better pictures
Not to hijack but I would not mind this jewel,but with grilles impossible to find,and you know an F body sitting that long like that is got to be swiss cheese underneath..
Still 360 sun roof rallys RT...'76...black...
That’s a good find! I’d imagine with a factory 360 and a sunroof, it’s a rare combo!
But hell yes it would be one to restore but WE all know the challenge. But $1kish still worth it in ugh parts...
Wish it had better pics..
Looks like old school 7080s w letter tire..
Looks quite straight bumpers hood trunk etc..
And whenever it dry docked someone put up window blockers and such..
Can't make out tag..
Still new to AZ, but looks to me like typical desert sun bake then surface rust or as the millennial say "patina"...
Here some pics from a book I'm selling,could not find any '76 RTs
But this 77 is close and these others...
I only see one decent picture of R/T, but it is in there.
So both the 76&77 Dodge had the ugly weird taillights?
Wonder the difference between them...
Still hope someone has guts and deep pockets and save it..
So there is an interesting anomaly here in Southern New Jersey. The state has an area called the Pine Barrens. Pine trees and cedars with a very good draining sand. It is very unique soil. Like desert, but white and grey not yellow. Here is the best part. The pH is very unbalance and the anti-oxidizing properties are amazing. This So this black RR is not bad at all underneath sitting on the sand for a few years. We will get more pics once up on the trailer. Not saying it is a clean 40 yearold Plymouth, but it is decent and worth saving. More to follow on this one