Numbers matching, Excellent chrome, Arizona car. Considered by many to be one of the most popular models of the muscle car era, this Road Runner is equipped exactly like the street gear head of the day wanted it. The 383cid V8 engine cranked out 300 HP and though it was the smallest of the options available it would still leave most of the pony cars and a good share of the other wannabes' in the dust. The 4 speed transmission and pistol grip shifter make this vehicle feel like the sport/muscle car it's reputation calls for. The bright orange finish paired with the black vinyl interior and the over the roof stripes finish off your sports car driving profile. If you are showing, cruising or just collecting, this car leaves nothing to be desired. The excellent condition shown by its bottom to top and inside out restoration of this vehicle and its lower than market price, for a vehicle in this condition, makes it a perfect choice for getting into the classic car market either as an investment opportunity or as a weekend or daily driver. If you've wanted a beautifully restored and sporty super stylish car with all the muscle and guts it was born with and at an affordable price this is the one! Don't wait. Mileage stated in listing is the odometer reading only not to be interpreted as certified miles. Contact our sales department for further assistance, phone 712-332-8029 or email email@example.com
After winning 38 of the 48 major races during the 1970 NASCAR season, the 1970 Plymouth Superbird was outlawed from NASCAR the following year.
The 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird is hailed as the “holy grail” of Plymouths and the most sought after of their line of raw-powered Muscle Cars.
It took 17 years, but Christine is back in the garage
Car finished sixth at Monaco in 1932 and later was owned by each of the racing Trintignant brothers
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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee John Oates of Hall and Oates will help match cars with guitars for display