Author Topic: Possible trade: 1969 Roadrunner 383 4spd fully doc'd #match for e-body or a-body  (Read 7602 times)

Offline djais1801

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there is a number...there's always a #. I will say that I turned down $30k...the amount of documentation I have on this car and #'s matching, no accident, original body panels,etc.
Only trades eh? Or is there a number you would entertain?




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Offline mjb765

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Just saw this.....ready to go back to an e-body...I sold my 71 Challenger for a 69 Bee and I went back to an E body also.......

Best of luck.

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Thx Mike... Yeah that Cuda was the best condition car I've ever owned...so we will see. I have a few people coming this week/weekend to see it.- I'm also entertaining a 70 GTO convertible -how's the Cuda...any hidden surprises?
Just saw this.....ready to go back to an e-body...I sold my 71 Challenger for a 69 Bee and I went back to an E body also.......

Best of luck.

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Thx Mike... Yeah that Cuda was the best condition car I've ever owned...so we will see. I have a few people coming this week/weekend to see it.- I'm also entertaining a 70 GTO convertible -how's the Cuda...any hidden surprises?

Not sure if they were surprises or just things happening when I started driving it. I drove it when I picked it up, but might not have been enough to shake it all out.....steering box is leaking pretty bad and it marks it's spot everywhere it goes.......but of course it was all dry when I bought it....things happen.....other than that just working on little things that I saw when I bought it.

You should have no problem selling the RR, it's a beautiful car. And a GTO??? I don't remember seeing any GTO's in the Mopar magazines :lol:  Do whatever makes you happy--they were nice cars also--and parts will be cheaper!!! 

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Parts are def cheaper on the Goat... If you're gonna swap the steering box...I def recommend the Firm Feel stage 2. I have that in my RR.
Not sure if they were surprises or just things happening when I started driving it. I drove it when I picked it up, but might not have been enough to shake it all out.....steering box is leaking pretty bad and it marks it's spot everywhere it goes.......but of course it was all dry when I bought it....things happen.....other than that just working on little things that I saw when I bought it.

You should have no problem selling the RR, it's a beautiful car. And a GTO??? I don't remember seeing any GTO's in the Mopar magazines :lol:  Do whatever makes you happy--they were nice cars also--and parts will be cheaper!!!

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Parts are def cheaper on the Goat... If you're gonna swap the steering box...I def recommend the Firm Feel stage 2. I have that in my RR.

That's what I was planning...stage II or stage III

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That's what I was planning...stage II or stage III

Go stage III. I did this on my '68 Charger and it made a big difference. It is not too tight at all. I've heard a bunch of guys that did a stage II wish they went stage III.

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Go stage III. I did this on my '68 Charger and it made a big difference. It is not too tight at all. I've heard a bunch of guys that did a stage II wish they went stage III.

I was also thinking about the fast ration pitman and idler so I don't know if that will make a difference.