1970 Plymouth Road Runner “Bad Bird”!


Las Vegas is the place where everybody wants to be in early November. For a whole week, you get to enjoy the unique annual SEMA trade show. Hawkers, purchasers and media from all over the world gather to see what`s new in the automotive world and what the industry prepares for the next year. It is a time when companies coax the most amazing pieces of automobiles and their creators to be part of the show.

Rostenbach wanted to show his son that he could learn to do everything end-to-end, so the entire car was completed by them both. When Bob Bertelsen`s stunning `71 Camaro became part of our competition we saw it as an evolution, as a dream that came true because of the hard work of a father and son. The father remembers this time as a qualitative time, when he got the chance to pass everything about cars onto his son. Every detail, every part of the car, including the driveline, chassis, the interior and the paint and body were perfected by them both.

This Road Runner was not only part of the best automobiles on SEMA show, but it was also perceived as one of the best cars under the SEMA`s bright lights.



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