Every car has its story, its own history and tales to tell, some of them more interesting and famous than the others. At the time when the Plymouth Road Runner Superbird got out of the market, nobody could anticipate that one day these cars would worth so much money as they do nowadays, so most of them were used as everyday cars, some were used for racing, others were kept in a garage. But the example that we are going to show you in today`s video that we have prepared for this article, has a really interesting story. Believe it or not, this 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird is coming with a criminal background.
But as the narrator of the video is saying, this Plymouth Road Runner Superbird is super-cool even without that appealing story. As we all know it, it is one of the most identifiable muscle cars ever built. With their highly profiled and recognizable aerodynamic design that was inspired from the NASCAR races, it was intended to run 200 mph. The long nose, the tall wing at the back, and numerous modifications of the body, everything on it was designed in order to make it as fast as possible. It was produced in less than 1 000 units and only 135 from them were fitted with the legendary 426 Hemi V8 motor under the hood, which produces 425 HP and 490 pound feet of torque. And this example is one of them.
Every little detail about this awesome car is simply awesome and legendary. So check out the video below and find out the whole story about this 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird. And if you want to see other interesting Plymouth Superbird videos, go to this link.