1969 Plymouth Road Runner

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Plymouth Road Runner
Tommie was looking for a technically sound and decent driver, not a 100-point restored showcar. He likes to drive his cars.
Before I started looking for a car, he sent me a list of demands;
- Budget of approx. € 25.000,-
- It needed to be a 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner
- 4-speed manual transmission.
- 2-door coupe ( not a hardtop )
- rustfree ( previous repairs were acceptable, if they were done proparly )
- non-airconditioned car
It took me about a week to find a car fitting his needs. And it was fairly near, about 150 km from here, in Germany!! A 1969er Roadrunner, matching numbers, 383 cubic inch V-8 bigblock, 4-speed manual transmission;
His car still has the Original “fendertag”; a little steel plate, placed on the left inner fender, stamped with the different factory-option codes.
Through this tag, the originality of the car can be checked.
Tommie was so nice to leave a comment;
So you found Marcel? This dude is the most powerful magnet for vintage iron, so he WILL find your car! Just tell him your demands and he’ll come up with something.
 
As so with my ‘69 Plymouth Roadrunner. I was in search for quite a while untill I called Marcel to help me out. Almost immediately he found me about 5 cars within my demands. They weren’t quite what I was looking for so the search kept on going for about 3 weeks. That’s the moment Marcel showed me this Roadrunner which suited me perfect. Marcel did all the international contacting with the owner at that time and got me more info about the car. I went to have a look and it was exactly what I’ve been told. A solid body, matching numbers 383 and a 4-speed. Perfect!!
 
This is just 1 example of the 4 cars he found me. These cars are not the ones you find around every corner. I’m talking about a ‘68 Plymouth Satellite, ‘67 Dodge Charger, and a ‘62 Plymouth Belvedere.
It takes someone who is up to date in this business and Marcel is without a doubt!
 
So if you are in search of your dream on wheels, contact Marcel! Straight forward and no messing around. He WILL help you out!
 
Thanks again!
 
 Tommie Bouwdewijns, Gemert

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February 25, 2015
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