I am resoring a 1970 Road runner and want to make it as much original as possible. is there a plave to go to find what a car had on it from its Vin Number?
The VIN will only tell you very basic information, such as body configuration (sedan, HT, or conv), model (price class, (M being Road Runner), engine, model year, assembly plant, and sequence number.
For option, color, and trim info, the fender-apron data plate is the usual source, with the broadcast sheet (under carpet, taped to top of glove box, etc.) being even more comprehensive. If the original owner saved the Monroney label, that’s also a rich source of data.
If neither of these are present, there’s no easy way (on Mopars built after 1967 anyway) to recover this info — Chrysler claims to not have it available.