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'77 Road Runner #3094844
11/16/22 11:28 PM
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Re: '77 Road Runner [Re: VITC_GTX] #3094999
11/17/22 02:09 PM
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twocents They never built a real Road Runner in 77, they just brought back the name! whiney


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Re: '77 Road Runner [Re: 67vertman] #3095073
11/17/22 06:39 PM
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those cars had a serious rusting problem. the car doesn't look bad in the pics. a closer inspection should be done to look for hiden rust.
if it checks out $7K isn't that bad of a price. wouldn't be a bad start for someone looking to get into mopars cheaply.
maybe drop in 400ci sroker small block, upgrade the trans and rear and have some fun.


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Re: '77 Road Runner [Re: Mr T2U] #3095094
11/17/22 08:33 PM
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thats what i was thinking price isnt bad maybe a young gun mopar guy will be born ! you cant get any thing cool these days at that price.

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Re: '77 Road Runner [Re: kermit1] #3095109
11/17/22 09:46 PM
11/17/22 09:46 PM
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Originally Posted by kermit1
thats what i was thinking price isnt bad maybe a young gun mopar guy will be born ! you cant get any thing cool these days at that price.

Those cars were no where cool when they were new. But as much as us older folks despised that era of cars (period), I have to admit...I like 'em a lot more today than I did back then.

Re: '77 Road Runner [Re: Fat_Mike] #3095177
11/18/22 10:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Fat_Mike
Originally Posted by kermit1
thats what i was thinking price isnt bad maybe a young gun mopar guy will be born ! you cant get any thing cool these days at that price.

Those cars were no where cool when they were new. But as much as us older folks despised that era of cars (period), I have to admit...I like 'em a lot more today than I did back then.




Same here,

Was a time not long ago I never gave this era cars a second look.


NOW,,,,,part of me wants one as a semi daily driver. But in a much better color combination and working a/c is a must . The T tops is nice and not very common in those cars

Re: '77 Road Runner [Re: gtx6970] #3095906
11/20/22 09:36 PM
11/20/22 09:36 PM
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I like it.. a lot! But then, I'm partial to the F- and late-B bodies. Any of those with a T-top just adds to the 'I want it' level.







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