Plymouth racing for NASCAR Grand National Series up for saleMay 30, 2020
The automaker has released about two thousand racing Plymouth.
In the sale of the German showroom, the rarest 1970 Plymouth Superbird in the Road Runner modification appeared. The car was developed specifically to participate in the NASCAR Grand National racing series.
The Plymouth Superbird Road Runner was created by engineer John Pointer. The car received an unusual aerodynamic body kit and a huge rear wing. The Superbird Road Runner turned out to be very popular with riders, but because of the new rules, NASCAR has banned the use of sports cars with similar aerodynamic characteristics. Plymouth eventually released about 1920 Superbird copies in the Road Runner version.
Experts say that the sports car has been preserved in excellent condition. The body is painted white and it still has original stickers, a factory spoiler and a white leather interior, which is in excellent condition. The owner declares that the car has never undergone restoration and is in excellent technical condition.
The car is equipped with a 7.2-liter V8 engine rated at 375 hp. and 650 Nm of torque. The power unit is combined with a three-speed automatic transmission. From zero to 100 km / h, this 1970 Plymouth Superbird Road Runner accelerates in 6 seconds and has a top speed of 240 km / h.
The cost of this copy can be found on request, but about 2 years ago, this Plymouth Superbird Road Runner was estimated at about $ 200,000
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