This 1971 Plymouth Road Runner is a numbers-matching 383 V8 car. And while that makes it a desirable classic, we know what really attracted you is the unique and complete custom paint theme. After all, there's nothing better than proper Mopar muscle and plenty of extra flair to go with it. This has a comprehensive two-tone style. Red and black are a timelessly attractive color combo, but this one has the extra attraction of a thoughtful application. The red paint has a deep tone and a nice metallic element to really pop in the sunshine. The black has a piano-like luster, and it coordinates with sporty elements, like the hood accents, chin spoiler, upgraded 18-inch wheels, and the full-width rear spoiler. The Road Runners of this era had a distinctive strobe stripe package, and this one uses that to inspire a true custom appearance. It's done in silver, and it highlights the dividing point for the two-tone - which also happens to highlight the best curves of the profile. It makes for quite a striking coupe, even before you remember that 1971 ushered in a new design for these B-body cars. The front bumper surrounds the headlights for an intimidating style, and the rear one shows off one of the last times it would be so well integrated to the design. It makes this one a sleek custom machine that represents some of the best of the era. The black interior goes for a very vintage style presentation. You'll appreciate it, right down to the details, like the AM radio that's still there for display and the hallmark horn that still goes ""BEEP! BEEP!"" The fundamentals look good on the seats, carpeting, dash, and headliner. Even the trunk looks correct and stock. Plus, this was one of the last few years you could roll down all the windows to get the cool pillarless hardtop profile. The classic style continues under the hood. There's a bold presentation with the black inner walls and the correct Mopar orange on the block radiating in the middle. This is the desirable numbers-matching 383 cubic-inch V8. It has the right vintage look, right down to the Road Runner air grabber w/callout. But It has also been well-kept, including an updated Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor to keep it running strong. This is the kind of coupe that likes you to feel the road. But it also has the right driver-oriented features, like a A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission and modern sport tires afforded by the wheel upgrade. Complete with owner's manual, this Road Runner has an awesome custom look and a proper classic Mopar heart. So you know you want to get your hands on this coupe. Call now!