Follow the journey of a father and daughter on their cross-country road trip from Atlanta, Georgia to Elkhart, Indiana. Watch AutoTrader Classics community members ZOGG and DeMar as they trek over 700 miles just to test drive a ’69 Plymouth Road Runner…and possibly buy it.
The car in question: An orange and black coupe with a 440 elephant engine, backed by a 4-speed. ZOGG knows a well-tuned 440 has made many a Hemi drive angry at the strip!
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Driving to Indiana
DeMar and ZOGG head out on their 700 mile road trip to Elkhart, Indiana. Learn how ZOGG got into classic cars and what makes the Road Runner worth driving cross-country.
ZOGG’s Car History
From a Beetle, to a Spitfire, to a Z06, ZOGG guides you through the car history of a grease monkey.
ZOGG’s First Car
How a $100, 35 horsepower patchwork Beetle inspired ZOGG to start fixing up cars…and his first experience with a solvent tank.
Corvettes and Cruise-Ins
ZOGG compares the handling of the Corvette to the raw power of the Road Runner. Cruise-ins and hot nights with the windows rolled down are what ZOGG craves.
The ’69 Road Runner
Check out THE car. This converted 383 has a rumbling engine with 480 torque. Go for a ride with DeMar and ZOGG as they test out the ’69 Road Runner.
Driving Back Home
Hear how ZOGG uses the AutoTrader Classics community to check out all his favorite rides. Also get the “final” purchase decision. Will he buy the Road Runner? Watch to find out!
ZOGG’s Big Purchase Decision
Did ZOGG buy the ’69 Road Runner after all? Watch to find out!
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