'70 Plymouth Roadrunner 2018 HW 50th Race Team 5/10


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The Plymouth Road Runner was a mid-sized muscle car produced by the Plymouth division of the Chrysler Corporation between 1968 and 1980. The first generation of the car, designed by Dick Macadam, was developed to give Plymouth a lower-priced alternative to their GTX model, built with an emphasis on performance. Much of the car's branding was based around the Road Runner character created by Warner Bros, including the car's logo and horn; Chrysler paid Warner Bros. $50,000 to use the Road Runner's name and license for the car's branding and $10,000 to develop a horn which sounded like the character. 41,484 were produced for 1970, the last year of the car's first generation.

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