This is a beautiful example of a 1969 Plymouth Road Runner. It is a true RM21 car, not a clone, complete with build sheet. It is colored in a deep Jamaiacan Blue paint job with a white accent stripe and a matching blue interior. It is powered by a 383CI V8 engine mated to a four speed manual transmission. It is a blast to drive and loves to be driven. The engine runs like a top and the transmission shifts silky smooth. Its got plenty of power to get it moving, an you’ll hear it from the dual exhaust out back. Don’t forget the iconic beep-beep horn that Plymouth used to really make this car one of a kind! These cars are hard to find, and they’re becoming more rare by the day. Here’s your chance to own a beautifully restored model before they all go extinct!
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.
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