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1970 Plymouth Roadrunner Convertible

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  • hDESCRIPTION: Gary Espenshade of Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania is selling his cherished 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner Convertible at an upcoming auction. The car was purchased by his brother brand new in 1969 and has been well-maintained and documented throughout the years. In 1994, Gary purchased the car from his brother's estate and has enjoyed driving it around town ever since. The engine was completely redone in 2016 with upgrades, and it has been driven less than 100 miles since then.


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Gary Espenshade of Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania will be offering his 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner Convertible for auction. While it has been his pride and joy for many years and carries sentimental value, he believes it is time to release it to a new owner. His brother purchased this incredible car brand new at a local Elizabethtown dealer in 1969 at 19 years of age and took tremendous pride in it and kept everything well cared for and documented. When the original owner passed away in 1994, his desire was that it stayed in the family so Gary purchased it. He has many great memories of driving it around town and revving the engine in the local railroad tunnel just to hear it rumble. He said it is a true pleasure to drive. In 2016, they had the engine totally redone along with an upgraded camshaft, a new clutch and pressure plate. The 2016 rebuild invoice is in the attached documents. Since then, it has been driven less than 100 miles.