57k Mile Survivor? 1970 Plymouth Superbird 440 6-Barrel

I’ve mentioned before that the word “survivor” is a term I try to be careful not to overuse, simply because most cars with decades of age on them just don’t fall into the true meaning of that category.  But… more»

One Of Zero! 1971 Plymouth Superbird

NASCAR threw Chrysler a curve ball when it outlawed those wing cars from racing for the 1971 season, a decision stemming from the Dodge Charger Daytona and Plymouth Superbird causing such chaos on the tracks during the previous two… more»

Lot Of Three! 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird

Waking up and finding a listing for not one, not two, but THREE Plymouth Superbirds for sale as a lot really got my day off on the good foot, and while there’s plenty to get excited about here, let’s… more»

Show Favorites: Muscle Car And Corvette Nationals

The 2021 edition of the Muscle Car And Corvette Nationals (aka MCACN) is in the books. Held in Rosemont, Illinois, the roots of the show go back to 2010. Since then, this has become a gathering for aficionados of… more»

Story: Secret Stash of Aero Warriors in Tennessee!

Aero Warriors- or Winged Warriors as the Mopar aero cars are sometimes called- were created with one thing in mind, and that was to win big on the NASCAR circuit.  The aerodynamic warriors included four vehicles, beginning with the… more»

Yesterday Meets Today: Modified Mopar Collection

Most collectors tend to migrate toward a particular manufacturer, type, or era of automobile. Like muscle cars, pony cars, or Tri-Five Chevies. In this case, the seller has amassed several Mopars that look like one thing on the outside… more»

1970 Plymouth Superbird Garage Find!

Oh Boy, here we go, a for-real 46K mile 1970 Plymouth Superbird barn (garage) find! How often does that happen? What do you think the story is here – there is always a story! Well, stay tuned and I’ll… more»

Original One Owner: 1970 Plymouth Superbird

We will almost certainly never again see vehicles like this 1970 Plymouth Superbird. They hailed from a period when NASCAR competition was literally for “stock cars,” and competitors were required to drive what were effectively race-tuned versions of roadgoing… more»

Signed By The King! 1970 Plymouth Superbird

Enzo Ferrari is once quoted as saying, “Aerodynamics are for people who can’t build engines.” Whether or not that is true, the fact is that aerodynamics has played an essential role in NASCAR racing for decades now. The late… more»

1970 Plymouth Superbird Barn Find!

The Road Runner-based Superbird was a one-year only attempt at Plymouth’s dominance in NASCAR. After Ford and Dodge spent 1969 dueling on the track with their aerodynamic race cars, Plymouth jumped into the action for 1970. NASCAR rules required… more»

Two 1970 Plymouth Superbirds Set For Auction – No Reserve!

The Plymouth Superbird was born from a culture of “win on Sunday, sell on Monday,” and was designed to deliver the marque success in NASCAR. This it managed to do, with the Superbird, and its cousin, the Dodge Daytona,… more»

1970 Plymouth Superbird Winged Warrior Project

This barn find is a make and model that has been covered here before but this one has a little bit of star power as the seller is none other than Mark Worman of “Graveyard Carz” fame, a Mopar… more»

Spotlessly Restored: 1970 Plymouth Superbird

This 1970 Plymouth Superbird is the real deal and has led quite a life. After spending the first couple of years of its life in competition, it then spent more than 15-years sitting in various fields. It has now… more»

1970 Plymouth Superbird On Craigslist!?

Dateline 2062:  “Plymouth Superbird found in La Brea Tar Pits!” Thanks to the Internet, there’s no end of amazing never-restored super-project cars. If we drain the oceans to study the Lost City of Atlantis, some archeologist digging with a… more»

Stored Since ’91: 1970 Plymouth Superbird

After having been stored since 1991, this 1970 Plymouth Superbird is said to have started as soon as the gas and battery were replaced! It’s being auctioned here on eBay where bidding has surpassed $60,000 (but not the reserve)…. more»

Charred 1970 Plymouth Superbird!

UPDATE  – This burnt bird sold for $25,500. Wow! FROM 1/14/19 – Kids, this is one more reason why you shouldn’t smoke. This is the definition of crying shame, how this 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird ended up in… more»