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Old May 1, 2011, 12:40 PM   #1
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Old May 1, 2011, 7:35 PM   #2
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Like that brown Road Runner...encapsulates the idea of the RR...stripper body, big tires and big engine.

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Yeah the '68 is my favorite too. My father owns a '69 with a 440. Needless to say I loved driving it when I was a teenager.
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Old May 2, 2011, 8:17 AM   #5
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Like that brown Road Runner...encapsulates the idea of the RR...stripper body, big tires and big engine.

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Yes I also like the brown one
Its a 440 4 speed car.

11 years ago I was after a 68, but most needed too much work.
I found the Blue 72 . It was a good deal and the Body was still solid.
Still needed lots of work.


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Yes I also like the brown one
Its a 440 4 speed car.

11 years ago I was after a 68, but most needed too much work.
I found the Blue 72 . It was a good deal and the Body was still solid.
Still needed lots of work.


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I really like those Road Runners...a buddy had a dark green Super Bee with the 383 B and a 4 speed....loved the exhaust note, the look and the stance.

Back in 68 I checked out buying a new Road Runner...383, 4 speed...$ somewhere in the area of $ 3300- 3500 new, on the dealer's lot in the ' Peg.

I got a one year old ('67) Camaro instead...327, 4 speed Muncie, RS coupe, red line wide ovals instead....but I've often thought...what if I had bought the RR instead.

A 440 in the light RR body...would be very quick.

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