Some cars are carrying that everlasting beauty deep within their looks and character, which is impossible to disappear or fade away, no matter how much things have changed in the meantime. With their specific design, combined with the rich history, they make the butterflies inside the stomach of the real muscle cars enthusiasts start buzzing, even from the very first moment when they appear on the scene. And the 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Super Bird is most definitely a car that perfectly fit that description, especially because we have rare opportunities to see it.
Today we are going to show you a video clip with one stunning example of the legendary 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Super Bird, with an appealing red paint job, packing 440 Super Commando engine that is giving an output to 375 HP.
Those of you who know some things from the history of Plymouth Superbird, know that this engine version means that this specimen was not one of those that were used for racing (those Superbirds were powered by 426 HEMI) but for the streets. However, that does not mean that it is not as fast as hell, and everything else that goes with it.
Just watch the video and get mesmerized by the everlasting beauty of one of the most iconic muscle cars ever! And if you are interested in seeing and learning more about the two NASCAR legends (and practically siblings), the Superbird and the Daytona, click here.