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Two-Tone 1968 Plymouth Road Runner “Old Runner” Street Machine

Today we have a very special Mopar. What we are looking at, it is a 1968 Plymouth Road Runner named “Old Runner” painted in gorgeous two-tone Pearlescent Orange and Black Paint. However, the most stunning is the big blower raised above the hood.

1968 Plymouth Road Runner “Old Runner” Street Machine

Ermi, the owner of this car explains that he bought this ’69 Road Runner back in 2009 and originally was not in this condition. He has completely redone this “Old Runner”, and we must admit it looks absolutely beautiful, which also has some personal creativity of the owner.

1968 Plymouth Road Runner “Old Runner” Street Machine

From a technical point of view, this 1968 Plymouth Road Runner is pure beast. It is equipped with a Chrysler’s 472 cubic-inch, 7.7 liter big-block HEMI V8 engine. Equipped with a Blower Drive Service roots supercharger on top, this engine produces around 1000 horsepower. In addition, it has Weld Racing wheels, Wilwood brakes and MSD Ignition.

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