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1972 Plymouth Road Runner Review
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Its Mine And I Love It — 400 big block, 6 mpg, 3rd owner when dad sign title over, 0-150 speedomitor, tack on hood, was supposed to be a 440 but a serial number got switched, bench seat, hemi orange- had bucket seats in it. reflective stripes along back window

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: it puts you back in your seat

Cons: gas milage

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Looks And Sounds Awesome — steering is a bit vage but what do you expect from a 36 year old car,brakes are good even on drums, power is awesome and so is th engine note, 340ci V8.

Pros: Petty blue colour scheme

Cons: bit big for British roads.

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It Goes Beep Beep While Leaving Anything In It's Dust — As far as old muscle cars go, this car is a performance and luxury king. It has a 340 c.i. V8 that will torch the tires. The looks are second to none and the interior feels very luxurious. The best part of the car, however, is the fact that it's an oddity. With only about 7000 built, the 1972 road runner turns heads when you drive it. And it has a horn that really goes "beep beep" just like the road runner cartoon. The handling is lack luster, but it was never meant to go any direction but straight.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Great looks, Sounds good, Feels nice, Very powerful, a head-turner

Cons: Hard to find parts for, Very expensive to fix

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