An Original 1969 PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER Commercial, Featuring WILE E. COYOTE!

The Plymouth Road Runner was introduced as part of Plymouth’s revamped intermediate lineup for the 1968 model year. It was essentially a Belvedere two-door sedan fitted with the heavy-duty suspension normally found on cars earmarked for police or taxi duty. The standard engine was Chrysler’s familiar 383 cu. in. (6,276 cc) V8 wearing “Coyote Duster” decals on its air cleaner and borrowing the cylinder heads, camshaft, and intake and exhaust manifolds from Chrysler’s bigger 440 cu. in. (7,206 cc) engine. With single four-barrel carburetor, this combination yielded 335 gross horsepower…

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