RACY ROAD RUNNER – The Plymouth Beep Beep X-1 concept car, 1964 A sure show stopper, the topless Road Runner concept car for 1969 was called Duster I, and came fitted with a 426-cubic inch Hemi-head engine that produced a whopping 425 horsepower. A built-in roll bar adjusted to match high-speed racing, and spoilers located in the rear quarter panels opened to prevent side-to-side yaw when slipstreaming. Smaller front rock shield spoilers helped to reduce frontal lift. Built on a shortened Road Runner platform, the wheelbase was reduced 16-inches to an even 100 inches, and the car rolled on large H60 x 15-inch tires.
RACY ROAD RUNNER – The Plymouth Beep Beep X-1 a high performance concept of the popular Road Runner muscle car – is being shown in the Plymouth exhibit at auto shows. The Beep Beep X-1 is a two passenger model with a 426 hemi engine under the hood. The one-of-a-kind car is built on the 100-inch wheelbase instead of the 116 inch wheelbase of the standard Road Runner
This Wiki is Under Construction, and can use your help!
Please take a moment to add any information you might have on this topic. It is through this type of Member collaboration that the MoparWiki will grow into being the Ultimate Mopar Infobase. The links contained in the Understanding Wikis box in the sidebar can help you get started.
- 1 Background
- 2 Technical
- 3 Famous Examples of This Model
- 4 Owner/Driver Impressions
- 5 References
Famous Examples of This Model
Name of Reviewer
- [www.chicagoautoshow.com ChicagoAutoShow]
- Chrysler-Plymouth Public Relations
Books & Magazines
Random Page | Longest Wikis | Oldest Wikis | Newest Images | Newest Wikis | List of Categories | List of Every Freakin Wiki
- Register to Edit
- It takes less than 5 minutes to request registration for editing, and we try to approve within 24 hours. Click the Register Link in the Top Bar.
- MoparWiki Help
- While editing Wikis may at first glance appear a little overwhelming, it really isn't. You will find this site's HELP (link found in the sidebar) to be very strong and easy to understand. The best way to start is with small edits and working on your user page -- and you will become a Pro in no time.