Published: February 15, 2011
What you see here is 11 years of Brad Riepe’s work. A tough, badass pro-tourer with the NHRA 99 ProStock Hemi engine [around 1300 HP]. The idea was to built an ultimate Roadrunner with todays performance “and to give it the kind of character that it was named after, “the roadrunner””. Plymouth has front suspension with a Dana 60 rear end, 5-speed manual gearbox, custom front end and no air ride – coil over shocks are low enough. And the most noticeable feature – saw blades inspired by the cartoon. This is serious 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner – real Road Killer.
Found at: lateral-g.net
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