Tag Archives: Road Runner

Car of the Week: 1974 Plymouth Road Runner

1974-Road-Runner-main

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 »

Categories: Car of the Week | Tags: , | Leave a comment

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 »

Categories: Restoration, Restoration Tips | Tags: , , , , , | Leave a comment

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.
More »

Categories: Car of the Week, Features, Muscle Cars | Tags: , | 1 Comment

One ‘Plum Crazy’ Barn Find

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

Categories: Features | Tags: , | 2 Comments