The 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner is a fantastic American muscle car manufactured by Plymouth since 1964. Roadrunner has a boxy shape with two doors. In early 1968 The Plymouth Roadrunner’s design was made base on the Belvedere, which has higher level trim. The early models in 1968 designed as a 2-door pillared coupe, then later in the 1970 model is also available in a 2-door hardtop model (sans pillar). Driving this car can bring you back to the ’70.
HD Photos of The 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner
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1970 Plymouth Roadrunner Review
The cockpit styled interiors are simple with good quality all around. The interiors are well laid out. It’s an iconic car, and there is a reminder here which says the Roadrunner is here since 1968.
It is actually the Plymouth which got Chevy to get the Camaro and Dodge to get the Challenger to compete in the same segment. The biggest reason I love to drive this 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner Superbird is its performance. Being a naturally aspirated engine torque is available throughout the rev band with a strong mid and top range.
Acceleration is brutal with sound to match the same. This car can normally be driven when you are in the city but when on the track, switch over to the track mode and the beast is ready to be unleashed. The car is super fun. Since the power is channeled to the rear wheels, it is quite tail happily. Floor the throttle mid corner, and the tail wags out happily, and it’s easy to control it too. A pure rush of adrenaline for the enthusiast.
The 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner Specs
Specification of The 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner is based on this page.
- Production: 1971–1974
- Body and chassis
Body style: 2-door coupe
- Related: Plymouth Belvedere
Engine: 318 cu in (5.2 L) V8
400 cu in (6.6 L) V8
340 cu in (5.6 L) V8
440 cu in (7.2 L) V8
426 cu in (7.0 L) Hemi V8
383 cu in (6.3 L) V8
- Transmission: 4-speed manual
3-speed Torqueflite automatic
Wheelbase: 115 in (2,921 mm)
Length: 203.2 in (5,161 mm) 
Width: 79.1 in (2,009 mm)
Height: 52.9 in (1,344 mm)
Curb weight: 3,640 lb (1,651 kg)