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»

UPDATE: Pair of 1970 Plymouth Superbirds!

UPDATE – The white Superbird has popped back up here on eBay with a $149k bin! FROM 9/18/19 – These two 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbirds were recently pulled them from their resting spot after 40 years of storage! They… more»

1970 Plymouth Superbird 440 Six Pack Four-Speed!

Sometime before the dawn of the Internet Age, every town in American told its own story about an abandoned Chrysler Wing Car deteriorating in a barn, field, or garage somewhere nearby. Just when you think they have all been… more»

Fit for “The King”: 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird

The Plymouth Superbird is an iconic vehicle that needs no introduction. Today an original Superbird is one of the most sought-after cars in the USA, but when they were new, a few dealers struggled to sell them. The aerodynamic… more»

Original 1970 Plymouth Superbird 440 Engine!

Whether you’ve got a 1970 Superbird project and need a period-correct engine or you have a Mopar project and want a cool conversation piece under the hood, this may be the engine for you. Located in Racine Wisconsin, this… more»

7k Mile Survivor: 1970 Road Runner Superbird

It’s the stuff of legends – the 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird, in that unmistakable 1970’s Lime Light Green with only 7,964 miles and never, ever titled because it’s still under dealer plates. So, with a quick PayPal payment… more»

Super Survivor: 1970 Plymouth Superbird

Lately, it seems like Superbirds are coming up for sale everywhere. That said, I have no problem with it! As rare as they are, these collector vehicles change hands somewhat often though this particular one hasn’t recently. These cars… more»

Dusty Muscle: A Barn Full of Iconic Treasures!

We’ve all had the same dream. No, not that one, the one about coming across an old barn or storage building and looking in the dirty, dusty, broken window on the wooden door, after crawling through a pile of… more»