In this blog, we are going to get into another car, which is Plymouth RoadRunner, in this series. I have a few more cars that are ready to go to be feature on my Car Mechanic Series. Let’s get into these Plymouth Roadrunners.
The game just dropped Rim DLC so I wanted to play around with the new rims on these RoadRunners. The photo shows what I did. The one in the middle is chrome. It use to be a matte black finish. I am really liking the last one. It has the open look but the two tone keeps you from staring at break pads. Let me know what you think in the comments below or tweet at me.
I changed the engine in all three Roadrunners. I went from V8 OHV 6p to V8 OHV Mag. I wanted to do something a little different like the rims on these cars. Of course, I used as many high performance parts that I could find. Here is the result on the performance of horsepower:
Original Horsepower: 440hp, 426hp, and 440hp
New Horsepower: 581hp 72%, 506hp 56%, and 581hp 72%
Inside And Outside
I just replaced everything with new original seats and steering wheel. The paint on all these cars are all factory colors. I am not keeping these cars. I am grinding that money in this game.
In closing, I do really enjoy working on these cars. Next one that I work on I will be keeping that car. This is what this cars sold for
Car One $11,850 and sold for $86,949
Car Two $10,746 and sold for $82,998
Car Three $32,781 and sold for $87,194
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