'69 Plymouth Road Runner   
       Convertible Clone
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M31-body belt mouldings
M33-body side mouldings
R11-am radio
V7X-black accent stripes(paint)
END-end of sales codes
A01-light package
A04-basic radio group
B51-power brakes
C31-head restraint
J25-3 speed wipers
L31-fender turn signals
Y2-Sunfire Yellow
H2W-high grade white bench seats
W1-white painted upper door frames
913-scheduled build date Friday Sept. 13th, 1968.
B08073-order number
E44-318 230 horse 
D31-A904 3 speed auto tranny
RH27-Satellite Convertible
F-318 engine
9-model year 1969
G-assembled at St. Louis

Check out the production figures on this Satellite!!!
Galen Grovier's production option book says 753 Satellite Convertibles with the 318 2bbl engine were sold new in the United States in 1969. Of those 707 were auto cars like this example. The remaining cars were 46 three speed manual cars.
Here are some of the details on this car...
-the car is in excellent condition.
-new mag 500s wheels and red line tires, new dual exhaust, new shocks, new starter,    new brakes (drums, shoes, wheel cylinders, master cylinder, booster). -new interior,      new carpet, new top, new paint.
-rebuilt 1970 Road Runner 383 engine and tranny.
-car is a bench seat, column shift.
-I get many positve comments on the car at cruise nights and just driving it.
-it has original floors, I could only find one tiny patch on drivers side near where  the       brake pedal would be. It has new quarters and trunk pan, but it was done so well that     you can not tell it had been changed!
-the frame rails, leaf shackles are good and solid, original with no evidence of patches.
-the car has the beep beep horn and steering wheel, and all Road Runner badges.
-It has the air grabber hood, as well as ps, pb, and power top with glass window.
-yes it was a 318 Satellite originally.
-the RR has about $15,000 in parts into it. I can let it go for $23,000 with the original         wheels and hubcaps with new tires. (I keep the mag 500's and red line tires)... or $25,000 with the mag 500's.
$25,000 Canadian/$16,000 US
Owner: Gord Cooper, Toronto Ontario.