Have you ever asked yourself this question: What classic car has the biggest muscles in the late 60s and early 70s? We questioned ourselves many times and we think that the 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Super Bird was the ultimate racing “muscle” machine which was terrorizing the tracks on the Nascar challenges!
Searching for the best preserved piece of this now rare classics, we found this stunning 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Super Bird in St. Charles, Missouri. And you will notice the same, it is the 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Super Bird at its finest! Let’s begin with the interior first, red-racing spirit color with the Super Bird emblem on it, yeah the fast bird from the cartoon with the coyote and the racing chromed wheels. Aerodynamic bumper on the front and huge adjustable wing on the back for better handling and dual chromed end exhausts for screaming good-old muscle car screaming sound.
Now the sweet part, the cherry on the top, what’s under the hood? 440 cubic inches Super Commando V8 engine with four barrel carburetors and automatic A727 – Torque Flite transmission producing 375HP. Power steering and power disc brakes for better handling, so what else do you need?
Just keys to start the engine and go for a ride! Watch the video bellow and see this amazing 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Super Bird.