08161-gate and base number at Lynch Rd
146341-line sequence number at Lynch Rd
123-440 six barrel engine
084-4:10 sure grip Dana with 10" rear drums
672-torqueflite auto tranny
TX9-Black Velvet painted roof
N96-air grabber hood
EV2-Tor Red painted body
H2X9-deluxe black bench seat interior
TX9-black painted door frames
A07-scheduled production date, Tuesday, October 7th 1969
C25642-Canadian vehicle order number
E87-440 six barrel engine
D32-3 speed auto tranny
RM21-Road Runner coupe
V-440 six barrel engine
0-model year 1970
A-assembled at Lynch Rd Michigan
-original Canadian car.
-1 of 222 Six Barrel automatic Road Runner coupes in 1970.
-approx. 10% of those cars were ordered with the Super Performance Axle Package like this car.
-A32-4:10 sure grip Dana axle, power disc brakes, max cooling, 7 blade torque drive fan, Hemi suspension.
-very rare factory two tone paint (VO2), Black Velvet top with Tor Red body.
-of over 600 cars on the 1970 RR/GTX Registry, only 11 are two tone and this is the only Black Velvet/Tor Red car presently known.
-it is also the only Six Barrel car registered with the two tone paint scheme.
-approx. 65,000 miles.
-replacement 1968 HP 440 engine.
-dash VIN matches fender tag, radiator support, and door sticker.
-no broadcast sheet found, may still be in the car.
-4:10 Dana is still under the car.
-Air Grabber hood is complete and in good working condition.
-this car also features the Decor Group (A87).
-A87-rear armrests with ashtrays, B pillar moulding, patial horn ring steering wheel, transverse sport stripe, bright door trim panel mouldings and bright armrest bases.
-other options on this "loaded" coupe are; tic toc tach, am radio, map light, three speed wipers and power steering.
-the car was coded for the deluxe interior, but has all the appointments of the basic interior (seat and door panels). Could have been a factory mix-up to do with the Decor Group.
-the interior could use new front seat covers, headliner and carpet.
-the rest of the interior is in fine shape...the guages are still bright, the dash pad is uncracked, the door panels and rear seat are all good.
-car presently sits on 15 inch steel wheels with the correct Plymouth Motor Division "dog dishes".
-the 1968 HP 440 has the original "Edelbrock" aluminum intake (this is a fairly early in production car, although the majority of 1970 came with the cast intake) with new carbs and the air cleaner assembly is in great shape.
-the engine retains the correct six pack distributor and exhaust manifolds.
-the car was last repainted over 10 years ago...at which time 2 NOS front fenders were installed, the drivers quarter was replaced, the trunk pan received a couple of small patches and new factory wheel lip mouldings were added.
-the paint has started to breakdown (cracking) and has been buffed thin in spots, but is still presentable and shiny.
-"mini-tubs" were added to the rear wheel housings, each one was enlarged about 4 inches.
-the quarter panels were unaltered.
-the car has been stored for the last four years and will require some work to get it road worthy again.
-this car is an excellent platform in which to build from...it is uniquely optioned, probably "1 of 1"...can be driven and enjoyed while restoring and collecting parts for the eventual ground up resto a car like this deserves...is a very desirable colour...is an automatic Dana car which is very uncommon on any model during any year...the horn goes Beep-Beep.
-the car is located in London, Ontario, Canada.