1970 Plymouth Superbird
Here we have one of the most incredible cars ever built.
This particular Superbird was found in a remote area of southeastern Missouri, and it had been owned by its second family since the very early 70’s. Miraculously, it's a 100% survivor!
This 1970 440 Six Pack Superbird is wearing its original Toro-Red Paint, original seat covers, and it even has an all numbers matching drivetrain. Additionally, this Bird has all of its original tags, decals, buildsheets, fender tag, paperwork from the dealer, owners manual, and build sheet. It even has its original tires that were removed and stored by the owner until recently.
It's showing only 55,000 miles, which makes it feel like we're riding a time capsule back to 1970.
It's optioned nicely with power steering, power disc brakes, bucket seat with console automatic, magnum 500’s, and 3:55 sure grip. This Superbird has a few dings and scratches, but it's going to polish up like a new car once we get the mechanicals all updated and safe.
For the record, it's better for a vintage muscle car to grow up and live in a dry climate like Missouri. There isn’t even a smidge of rust on the bottom of the car. The pans and trunk returns look almost new.
We're doubtful that there is another Superbird this good anywhere on the planet that is unrestored. If this one ever hits the for-sale market, the price will be around that ¼ million dollar mark.
*We highly recommend each car is inspected by a third party prior to purchase.