By the late 1960’s, muscle car mania was in full force, but many models were moving away from their roots as very fast, but fairly cheap. So, Plymouth set out to build a back-to-basics muscle car that could run 14-second quarter mile times and sell for less than three thousand bucks. The result was the Roadrunner.
Classic Test Drive – Plymouth Road Runner
It was the beefed up brakes, suspension and power that pushed the buttons of buyers, and the air grabber hood was icing on the cake.