1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird. This is a REAL HEMI Superbird…powered by its original matching number 426 engine. The TorqueFlite automatic transmission has been built to correct hemi specs. The rear differential ratio is a 3.55 with Sure Grip. The exterior color is EW1 Alpine White. Current mileage is 24,910 and is actual as stated on the title. The interior appears to be mostly original. A rotisserie restoration was completed some years ago and has held up well. During my ownership, the car has been properly stored and maintained. Repair receipts are available. Documents to the car are the broadcast sheet, fender tag, GTS decode and inspection, window sticker and some owner history. This car is one of only 37 hemi automatic Superbirds known to exist. Great investment Superbird.
1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda, Blue/White, 4 speed, #’s matching drivetrain with a full Galen report. Real WHITE billboard car. 1 of 59 built 4 speed 1971 Hemi Cudas, 1 of about 14 with billboards, 1 of 1 Blue/White Hemi Cuda, PS, PB, Rallye dash. Coming out of a private collection with other rare cars available. Other cars available. collectorcarconnection.com
1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird For Sale, this beautiful Vitamin C Orange 440 c.i. 390hp Six-Barrel is equipped with the Torqueflite automatic transmission, black vinyl bench seat, power steering, power front disc brakes and Roadrunner name plates proudly displayed. This 1970 Plymouth Superbird was featured on “What’s my car worth?” and was given a 2+condition by Keith Martin. It is registered in the Galen’s Registry with a built date of November 18, 1969 Lynch Road, MI. This Superbird is #0593 on the NASCAR list of 1920 VINs. This is also one of 716 440 c.i. 6bbl Superbirds sold in the US, and one of 408 sold with the Torqueflite transmission.
Whether we like it or not basic Psychology confirms that stereotypes, both positive and negative, are usually founded in reality. That means all those catchy sayings you’ve heard about North Carolina country boys being brave, polite and simple are absolutely true. See, gearheads in the Tar Heel state know all it takes to have a good time is something with an engine, something with bullets or somewhere with a little bit of land. And that basic outlook on life is probably why we’ve built such a great reputation as fun-loving, free-spirited adventurers. The all-original time capsule ‘Cuda you see here was custom-ordered by one of North Carolina’s most fearless backwoods daredevils, and spent most of its life sitting in his world-class car and motorcycle collection. Not only is the car packed full of rare and unique options, it’s also equipped with a top-of-the-line, high performance drivetrain, still covered in original paint and still cradling a 2,010 mile original Hemi V8. We all know time travel, however desirable it may be, as a phenomenon that’s only found in fiction. But when you take one look at this untouched Plymouth survivor, the ultimate, lowest mileage reference-grade Hemicuda in existence, you’ll begin to question both your sense of time and perception!
1970 Plymouth HEMI Road Runner. Fully Restored by World Famous “Julius”. Hemi Engine, 3.54 Dana Rear End, Hemi Transmission, 26inch Radiator, Jamaica Blue Metallic Roof, Stripe Delete, Air Grabber Hood, Premium Bucket Seats, Black Upper Door Frame, April 13 1970 Assembly Date, 426 Hemi 2-4 Barrel, 4 Speed Manual A833, Lynch Road Assembly Plant.
Price for serious buyers.