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1969 Dodge Roadrunner - Project Six Pack


If you are a serious muscle car collector or Mopar fan, this 1969 1/2 Plymouth Road Runner A12 is the very definition of the muscle car era, and a crown jewel for any serious collection. On July 30, 1969, Edward G. "Ted" Struse, Jr. of Philadelphia, PA purchased this car from Knopf Motors, Inc., of Ambler, PA. Present is the ORIGINAL dealer Bill of Sale, the ORIGINAL Retail Installment Contract with Chrysler Credit Corporation; the ORIGINAL title issued August 25, 1969, the ORIGINAL Chrysler Corporation Car Production Broadcast Sheet; the ORIGINAL Operator's Manual, and; the ORIGINAL Warranty Booklet (with the correct tag on the front cover for 440 6 pack cars). The 1969 1/2 Road Runner that Ted Struse purchased was configured as follows: (01133) Lynch Road base/gate number; (275276 (Lynch Road sequence number0 (925) 440+6, 4 speed-spec engine; (999) special axle 4.10 ratio Dana 60; (603) 18 spline A-833 4 speed; (26) 26" radiator; (A12) 440+6 package group; (97 97) body/roof paint colors, Rallye Green; (M2X) Road Runner (base) bench seat interior, black; (X9) Black upper door frame paint; (RM21) Road Runner 2 door post coupe; (E63) 383 4 barrel (cars were converted, this is correct for A12 cars); (D21) 4 speed transmission; (426) April 26 1969 build date, and; (948818) vehicle order number. The rest, as they say, is history. See, Ted Struse wasn't your typical Mopar fan, nor was he a teenager looking for a hot car to thrash at the local dragstrip. Ted Struse was a real gear head and also just happened to be a writer for Super Stock & Drag Illustrated. He purchased the A12 Road Runner because he knew what a special car it was. From the day he purchased the car, it was garaged and never spent a night outdoors. Moreover, the car was only driven in good weather, as it was practically useless on a wet road! Originally, he purchased the Road Runner for everyday driving, but quickly realized that due to the extremely poor fuel economy and massive power generated by the 440 6 Pack engine, this was not a car that could not, as a practical matter, be driven daily. Ted drove the car regularly through early 1970, and then only took it out on special occasions.



Now…fast forward to July 9, 2009. At a special, private event held in conjunction with the Carlisle All-Chrysler Nationals, attended by the automotive press, a strong contingent from the Lift-Off Hood Playground/Forum, and a virtual who's who list of Mopar and Super Stock legends, including: Jim McCraw, Terry Welsh, Bob Karakashian, John Wehrley, Herb McCandless, Al Adams, Tom Hoover & Tom Coddington, Best of Show Automotive unveils the "restored to NHRA Class Record Holder Form" Project Six Pack, painstakingly redone down to every minute detail. Working closely with Ted Struse, we restored this pristine, 12,000 actual mile car back to its 1973-1975 state, using original parts tucked away by Ted since 1969. Project Six Pack then goes on display as part of the A12 40th year reunion at Carlisle to be seen and admired by more than 100,000 show attendees. Present at the event (and signing autographs) is Ted Struse, the original and only owner of this important car.


The restoration of Project Six Pack began with a complete disassembly of the car, with the body and panels being sent out for dipping and e-coating. Upon their return, the body was placed on a rotisserie and the rebuild begun. The tubs and cage which were added in 1990 were removed, with a new trunk floor, rear floor pan and wheel houses TIG or spot welded into place. Special care was taken to replicate all factory welds. In fact, if we didn't tell you, you'd never know that this car was ever cut!

1969 Dodge Roadrunner Project Six Pack

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