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Pauls project cars


67 340 Barracuda
61 Bubble Top
1969 340-S
1968 Charger
1971 Imperial
1971 Roadrunner
63 Dodge Wagon
70 Sport Fury
65 Pontiac Convertible
69 Fury III
68 Skylark
69 Caddy Ambulance
68 New Yorker
1969 Barracuda
1972 Charger
64 Galaxie
58 Meteor SD
55 Dodge
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1971 Roadrunner
1971 Plymouth Roadrunner
Originally a 383/auto but then it was a 400/auto. The 400 was soon pulled and buried! Now there is no engine but i have several 318s, 383s, a 413 and a 440 to choose from if you wish to purchase the car with an engine. The previous owner was about to restore it but had to move over 1000 miles away to a new job so he sold me the car. When i say it is dissasembled well.. have a look for yourself... The steering column is out, the dash is out, the steering box is out, the fenders and hood are off, the interior is totally taken out.. so basically it is a rolling shell with side glass. I have those items and the majority of the rest of the items to put it back together like doors, fenders, bumpers, dash and 150mph speedo cluster, both back seats, both front seats although they are not original, front valance, hood, trunklid, cracked dashpad, and rad support. I have a lot more and ill post it as soon as i get time to pull it all out and itemize and inspect it. It has good frame rails, good floors, but the drivers side lower rear quarter needs replacing. There are a few small areas of the body that need attention also. It needs a windshield, exhaust, brake lines (has drums), wheels and tires. I have papers and keys for it. Keep in mind this is a very large project and needs a ground up resto. Almost all the work of dissasembling the car is done.  $2500 with a rebuildable 383 or 400 engine with 727, or a running 318 with automatic tranny. The rebuildable 413 and 440 are an extra $500  All engines except 400 are 1971 or older, i can supply a 74-78 running 440 if you want one for $400 with the purchase of the car.

I have just recieved a deposit towards the
purchase of this car. Stay tuned to see if it sells.
You can email me on the link below with any questions or comments.