1970 Plymouth SuperbirdAsking Price

Complete Body Off Frame Nut and Bolt Restoration!

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Reference Number 112743

as of 1/3/2017

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Carriage House Motor Cars  Contact  Location
25 Railroad Avenue  Phone  203-661-6669  City  Greenwich
Greenwich, CT 06830  Fax  203-661-6998  State  Connecticut
United States  Mobile    Country  United States United States
Overview
Car 1970 Plymouth Superbird
Exterior / Interior Color      Orange /      White 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
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Known History

NASCAR's premium series in the 1970's was named The Winston Cup Series, reflective of the cost underwriting by the RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company. But prior to that it was referred to as the Grand National Series. The rough and tumble days of postwar moonshine running during alcohol prohibition, spawned this new type of motoracing entertainment. Of course the US Automobile Manufacturers rode the wave as they still do to this very day. "Race On Sunday, Sell On Monday" was the mantra of the car companies and boy did it work! Competition was fierce and the accolades high for the winners. And in 1969, Chrysler, known automotive innovators around the world, came up with the idea to incorporate aerodynamic technology into the superspeedway race cars of the time. NASCAR's rules dictated the manufactuer race the cars they produced for the general public. So with its aero nose and downforce wing, the Dodge Daytona was born. It had teething pains to start, so Chrysler refined the car for 1970 under the Plymouth brand and the Superbird succeeded. This car has undergone an extensive and no cost spared body off frame/nut and bolt restoration that argubly can be considered the finest in the world! A 440 6 Pack 4 Speed Transmission car, it is the class of the field both cosmetically and mechanically and would be the talk of any concourse or cruise night anywhere! Please contact Scott (scott@carriagehousemotorcars.com) for further information and visit or website, www.carriagehousemotorcars, to see more fine, rare and unusual automobiles.