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Car of the Week: 1974 Plymouth Road Runner


Steve Wexel’s spectacularly original Silver Frost example has just 7,200 miles on the clock and might be the most unmolested 1974 Plymouth Road Runner on the globe. More »

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Do-it-yourself patch panels

Schrock cuts the sheet metal with the power shears.

Even on the West Coast and in Texas, it’s getting more difficult to find a 30-year-old or older project car without a case of the tin worm. Chances are, a project car is going to require some metal replacement, and when that metal isn’t available from a reproduction part producer or a parts car, there is but one alternative — make the part yourself. More »

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Car of the Week: 1971 Plymouth Road Runner

Wayne Bradley is pretty sure he’s going to have the best of all worlds with his 1971 Plymouth Road Runner. Not only is his Plymouth a wonderfully restored show machine that will no doubt rack up its share of trophies, it eventually figures to be really cool driver.
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One ‘Plum Crazy’ Barn Find

One-owner 1970 Road Runner found 50 miles from new owner’s home
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