Being involved in the world of cars, one gets to see all kinds of strange creations and unusual models, products of the hardcore car enthusiasts` imagination and out of the box thinking. Most of the time, the result is pretty much interesting and cool, whilst other times, we get to see some really bizarre creations. The one that we are going to show you in this article is somewhere in between, walking that `red thin line` in its own way. But no matter how you feel about it, one thing is for sure. No one can say that there is a lack of creativity and enthusiasm in this Mopar creation. As you have seen it on the intro photo, it is a ½ scale replica of the famous Mopar model, the 1970 Plymouth Superbird – a half size, completely drivable vintage Detroit muscle example.
According to the information, the owner and creator of this handmade 1970 Plymouth Superbird, built it starting from a scratch, using fiberglass for the body and mounting it on a go kart chassis. Under the hood it has Briggs and Stratton engine that can generate 8 HP! Just to make a small comparison, the real 1970 Plymouth Superbird is powered by a motor that is boosting 425 HP.
So, check out the video and see this very cool, home made 1970 Plymouth Superbird and tell us what you think about it. And if you want to find out more about the real thing, go to this link.