Don Weberg from Gilbert, AZ is the proud owner of this mesmerizing 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner. The 383 Engine, the A-833 4-speed Tranny with the pistol grip shifter and the 3:55 Gears suit this Roadrunner perfectly. We are huge fans of good looking American classic cars, and this green Plymouth Roadrunner definitely fits the bill! This is why didn`t hesitate even one bit to share the video of this stunning beauty with everyone here! We are sure that most of you will be quite impressed by Don`s Green Hornet. In this video, you will have to pleasure of seeing the remarkable 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner from up close.
Don`s favorite thing about this car is its restoration from ten years ago. He has always preferred the old school classical look, rather than the customized one. He said that if he was to rebuilt the car one again he shall keep the paint and the interior the same way. According to him, he might only change the engine and to add a 440 one and a Keisler 5 speed tranny.
Don went all the way and called his companion “The Green Hornet“. The name suits the machine perfectly due to the Ivory Green Metallic color with the dark and light green insides. The black accents such as the flat black racing strip on the hood draw our attention. It`s the perfect contrast to the green dressing. This is a car that catches the eye of many locals down in Mesa, AZ. And his owner is proud to show it around. We are just lucky that we stumbled upon the video of the Green Hornet. If we had a beautiful 1970 green Plymouth Roadrunner like this one, we would also love to show it around! Wait no more and see it with your own eyes! Enjoy.